As a resource for students and patients, the Teaching Clinics of New York College represent the integration of health care and education.
For the community, the clinics provide a cost-effective way for patients to benefit from preventive forms of health care and become more familiar with the principles and practices of Holistic health.
For students, clinical experience is part of the required training and is completed under the guidance and supervision of licensed health care professionals. Students working in the clinics learn how to behave as professionals in a health care environment. They are exposed to the responsibilities every practitioner faces, yet retain the support system of their supervisors to guide them in the transformation from student to professional.