We understand that you feel uneasy about visiting healthcare facilities during this pandemic. Yet taking care of your health has never been so important! At the Pacific College clinic we are taking every precaution to keep you safe.

  • We screen all patients, students, and staff for symptoms of illness upon entering our campus.
  • We practice social distancing in our lobbies and waiting rooms.
  • We clean all equipment and treatment tables after each use.
  • Masks are mandatory upon arrival to our campus.

Pacific College, Massage and Acupuncture Clinic

110 William Street
1st Floor
New York, NY 10038

To make an appointment with the clinic, call or email:
Phone: (212) 982-4600
Email: [email protected]

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Hours of Operation

Monday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

Are you a new patient?

Please download and fill out this paperwork to bring with you for your first appointment:


Please read this updated policy:

Interested in a massage? Clients who have complex medical conditions and histories and are interested in receiving a massage must have consulted with their physicians to obtain clearance for treatment.

See the Massage Medical Clearance Form

Treatment Costs

Pricing starting 7/18/2022

Acupuncture Treatments / Herbal Consultations


Facial Rejuvenation (1 hr 15 minutes)

Massage Services (60 min massages)

Payment Methods

We accept cash, personal checks, Master Card, and Visa as forms of payment. All returned checks are subject to a $30 fee. (Please note that if two or more checks have been returned from the same party, then we will no longer be able to accept checks from that party.)

Discounts: We offer discounts for seniors (over 60yrs), students with a valid/current ID, military personnel and veterans for acupuncture treatments or herbal consults done by Interns or Licensed Supervisors. At this time there are no discounts for the following: Facial Rejuvenation, Auricular Acupuncture, or Herbs.

Tardiness: We will do our best to accommodate our patients who come late to their scheduled treatment time. Note that our center has the right to forfeit a scheduled appointment if the patient is more than 15 minutes late.

Eating and Drinking: We ask that our patients refrain from eating and drinking in our waiting area.

Children: Children ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. If you are receiving treatment, please provide additional adult supervision.

Pets: No pets are allowed at the Acupuncture Center with the exception of seeing – eye dogs.

Herbs: We are pleased to offer herbal formulas from our in-house dispensary in raw, granular and pill form. The center does not accept returns on raw, granular, or bottled herbal formulas, including sealed packages of herbs. This policy is in keeping with industry standards and legal guidelines.

Off-Site Internship Clinics

The off-site internship clinics offer our students excellent learning experiences, and our patients can take advantage of them as well! Off-site clinics have the power to change the way a patient thinks, as well as how a student practices, broadening and enhancing views on the application of the medicine. They also offer students an opportunity to integrate with other medical practitioners, and influence the perception those medical practitioners have of our profession.

For more information about these off-site clinics, please call our main campus clinic: (212) 982-4600

Beth Israel Continuum Cancer Center (BICCC) – New York, NY

The Continuum Cancer Center’s West side campus is an outpatient facility that provides treatment for cancer patients, considered a center of excellence particularly for patients diagnosed with head and neck cancer. Their approach to treatment is focused not only on the best of what Western medicine can offer, but also on treating the patient as a whole, guiding them through recovery with yoga, reiki, guided imagery, hypnosis, and creative arts. Students have the opportunity to work with cancer patients during treatment and improve their understanding of cancer.

Grand Meridian Clinic – New York, NY

Located in the Kamwo Herb and Tea Company, the Grand Meridian Clinic sees patients from all over the world who are visiting Chinatown. This off-site provides Pacific College students with the opportunity to sharpen herb identification skills by presenting samples from Kamwo’s extensive pharmacy. Additionally, an aspect of Eastern nutrition through the preparation of soups and teas for tasting is presented, along with participation in herb processing (i.e. honey-fried herbs, vacuum packing) and observing raw herb prescription filling in the extensive traditional pharmacy.

Initiative for Women with Disabilities, Hospital for Joint Diseases – New York, NY

The IWD is a multi-disciplinary women’s center, providing medical/gynecological services, educational advocacy, and social service programs. Pacific College students will have the opportunity to introduce both acupuncture and massage to women with disabilities and chronic conditions. Pacific College students working at this site must possess patience, compassion, and professionalism, for a unique learning experience.

Veteran’s Administration Hospital/Pain Management Center – New York, NY

This program, a partnership between Pacific College and the VA Hospital of New York City, seeks to provide acupuncture to our returning war veterans. Pacific College students perform fast-paced work in both massage acupuncture in conjunction with an integrative medical team, and learn electronic charting protocols established by the federal government.

Housing Works – New York, NY

Housing Works is a healing community of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Their mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy, the provision of lifesaving services, and entrepreneurial businesses that sustain their efforts. They pride themselves on the comprehensive array of services provided to more than 20,000 homeless and low-income New Yorkers since 1990, believing that providing stable housing and healthcare is the first step toward living a long and healthy life; Pacific College students can take part in this process through both massage and acupuncture.


Patient Policies & Procedures

Appointments: Each patient is allowed to hold three (3) appointments at a time.

24 Hour Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel an appointment, we require 24 hours advance notice. You may leave a message on our after-hours voicemail. We schedule appointments for over 120 interns and practitioners, many of whom have a waitlist of patients. Advance notification allows us to offer an appointment to a patient on their waitlist. 2 free cancellations are allowed per patient per year; all cancellations from the 3rd on are subject to the full appointment fee. Missed appointments and all cancellations less than 24 hours in advance are also subject to the same fee.

Confirmation Calls: Upon request, your appointments are confirmed the day before (For Monday appointments, the calls are made Saturday.) If you do not receive a call please call the center to confirm your appointment.

Cell Phone Use: We try to keep the center area free of noise and other distractions. In consideration of our patients, cell phone use is prohibited in the clinic area.

Interested in becoming a licensed massage therapist or acupuncturist? Learn more about our massage school and acupuncture school.

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