Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine
Arizona | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Hawaii | Illinois | Kansas | Maryland |
Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York |
North Carolina | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Tennessee | Vermont | Washington |
Washington, D.C. | Wisconsin |
University of Arizona – Program in Integrative Medicine
The mission of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine is to lead the transformation of healthcare by creating, educating & actively supporting a community of professionals who embody the philosophy & practice of Integrative Medicine.
Stanford University – Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine
Started in 1998, the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine (SCIM) is committed to evidence-based practices. Our multi-disciplinary team is composed of highly qualified physicians, psychologists, massage therapists, acupuncturists, and class instructors .
University of California, Irvine – Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine
The Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine at UCI is successfully advancing patient care through education, evidence based research and clinical practice applying integrative medical therapies. The Center is rapidly becoming recognized for providing “new knowledge” bridging complementary and conventional treatments – all for the singular purpose of achieving better health.
University of California, Los Angeles – Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine
The UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine (CCIM) is a campus-wide program committed to the study and application of integrative medicine. The CCIM sponsors public and professional education, facilitates research and promotes appropriate practice of complementary, alternative, and mind-body medicine.
University of California, San Francisco – Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine is one of UCSF School of Medicine’s interdisciplinary centers. The Center, founded in 1997, operates as a campus-wide multidisciplinary program with a mission to support education, research, and clinical care in the field of integrative medicine. The Osher Center is committed to providing medical education to health professionals and students, offering elective classes, ground rounds, and continuing medical education for health professionals.
University of Colorado at Denver School of Medicine – The Center for Integrative Medicine
University of Colorado Hospital’s Center for Integrative Medicine offers physician-managed care that emphasizes the wellness and healing of the entire person, drawing on both conventional medicine and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).
University of Connecticut – School of Medicine
At the UConn Health Center, services include naturopathic medicine. These safe therapies promise real benefits. Care is provided by Mitch Kennedy, N.D., a highly trained, board-certified professional with many years of experience in the health care field. He is committed to providing individualized, quality care in a comfortable environment.
Yale University – Integrative Medicine at Yale
Integrative Medicine at Yale is a program designed to provide a sustainable, central forum at Yale for interdisciplinary, inter-institutional, and international collaboration, research, and education in complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine. Through open-minded exploration and rigorous scientific inquiry, we aim to improve awareness and access to the best in evidence-based, comprehensive medical care available worldwide, with the goal of optimizing health and healing for patients and health care providers.
University of Hawaii-Manoa – John A. Burns School of Medicine: Department of Complementary and Alternative Medicine
The State of Hawai‘i is an environment with a unique rich blend of cultures and ethnicities and many healing traditions, some of ancient origins. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAAM) takes on increased significance in Hawai‘i because the diverse population of the state uses these treatment modalities frequently.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine – Northwestern Memorial Physician’s Group Center for Integrative Medicine
Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group (NMPG) is a multi-site practice of primary care physicians affiliated with Northwestern Memorial Hospital. NMPG brings the exceptional quality of Northwestern Memorial Hospital and its affiliated physicians to convenient locations throughout Chicago’s neighborhoods. Our physicians and staff are committed to providing the highest quality healthcare in a friendly environment.
University of Kansas – Program in Integrative Medicine
The Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center has as its primary mission the integration of conventional Western medicine with complementary and alternative medicine.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine – Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Through a center grant sponsored by the NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, prominent Johns Hopkins physicians and researchers can study a plethora of CAM modalities.
University of Maryland – Center for Integrative Medicine
The Center for Integrative Medicine (CIM), founded in 1991 by Brian Berman, is an inter-departmental center within the University of Maryland School of Medicine. A leading international center for research, patient care, education and training in integrative medicine, the CIM is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Center of Excellence for research in complementary medicine and a NIH International Center for traditional Chinese medicine research.
Boston University School of Medicine – Program in Integrative Cross Cultural Care
Renowned for the quality of teaching and research and for service to the community, these schools provide education and training in the most current thinking and techniques in their fields, with a particular focus on serving disadvantaged, underserved and indigent populations. Together, the schools employ more than 3,000 faculty members, many of whom are leading experts in their fields, and train a diverse group of more than 3,000 students.
Harvard Medical School – Osher Institute
The Osher Institute have been and continue to be focused on the study of scientific and medical dimensions of complementary and integrative treatments, as well as legal, ethical, and economic implications of these therapies. Under the direction of David Eisenberg, MD, the Division has produced significant research and educational programs including more than fifty peer-reviewed publications and a range of studies relating to complementary and integrative medicine safety, efficacy, cost-effectiveness and policy.
University of Massachusetts – Center for Mindfulness
The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society is a multidimensional center in the Division of Preventive and Behavioral Medicine, within the Department of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. For twenty-five years, we have taken a leadership role in mind-body medicine, pioneering the integration of mindfulness meditation and other mindfulness-based practices into mainstream medicine through patient care, research, medical and professional education, and to the larger society through outreach and public service initiatives.
University of Michigan – Integrative Medicine
University of Michigan Integrative Medicine (UMIM), an interdisciplinary program, is committed to the thoughtful and compassionate integration of complementary therapies and conventional medicine through the activities of research, education, clinical services, and community partnerships. As a healing-oriented approach to medical care, integrative medicine takes into account the whole person (body, mind, spirit, and emotion), including all aspects of lifestyle.
Mayo Clinic – Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program
The Mayo Clinic offers Continuing Medical Education programs in Integrative Medicine. For example, in June 2007, the Mayo Clinic offered a two-day series entitled “Topics in Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Evidence-Based Information for the Practicing Physician.”
Mayo Clinic – Research
University of Minnesota – Center for Spirituality and Healing
Established in 1995, the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota is a nationally recognized leader in integrative medicine, bringing together biomedical, complementary, cross-cultural, and spiritual care.
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Institute for Complementary & Alternative Medicine
The Institute for Complementary & Alternative Medicine (ICAM) is a university-wide initiative, housed in The School of Health Related Professions. (SHRP) It serves as a focal point for complementary & alternative (integrative) medicine within the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ).
University of New Mexico- Health Science Center
CFL is an Integrative and Inter-Cultural Center for Prevention and Wellness, treating people with a wide range of health issues, using a vast array of ancient and modern techniques. This is a state of the art Integrative and Intercultural center, emphasizing prevention and wellness along with disease management.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University – Continuum Center for Health and Healing
The Continuum Center for Health & Healing provides fully integrative care, employing safe and effective conventional and complementary therapies in a specially designed healing environment. The Center’s vision is comprehensive, including clinical services, educational offerings, research studies and outreach efforts.
Columbia University – Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine
Based at Columbia University’s College of Physicians & Surgeons, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, the Rosenthal Center is one of the first comprehensive programs at a major medical center to examine alternative therapies with academic focus and scientific rigor. The Rosenthal Center’s mission is to contribute to the informed research and practice of complementary and alternative medicine and to foster the development of a more comprehensive and inclusive medical system.
Duke University – Duke Integrative Medicine
As part of the world-renowned Duke Medicine, which consistently ranks among the top 10 health care organizations in the country, Duke Integrative Medicine is pioneering the development of new models of care, research, and medical education.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Program on Integrative Medicine
The mission of the Program on Integrative Medicine (PIM) is to enhance the public’s health and to improve effectiveness and safety of health care through the appropriate integration of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) with mainstream health-care. Areas of emphasis include research, education, clinical practice, and community collaboration. PIM serves UNC faculty, staff, students, and health professionals and the public throughout the State.
Wake Forest University School of Medicine – Program for Holistic & Integrative Medicine
More than 20 WFUSM faculty members are pursuing academic work in CAM and integrative medicine. Educational efforts encompass physician assistants and medical students through faculty development and community outreach. Research includes peer-reviewed publications and research projects funded by foundations and the NIH. Topics of interest include epidemiology and health services, herbs and dietary supplements, biofield therapies, mind-body therapies and spirituality.
Oregon Health and Science University – Women’s Primary Care and Integrative Medicine, Center for Women’s Health
The Integrative Medicine Program at the OHSU Center for Women’s Health is the first clinic in the United States primarily committed to the holistic care of women with breast and pelvic cancers (though the program is available to all patients of the Center).
Thomas Jefferson University – Jefferson Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine
The Center contributes to the growth of knowledge about integrating complementary therapies through educational and research activities. Jefferson medical students, residents, and fellows spend time at the Center in order to learn more about integrative medicine. Our physicians and therapists often lecture to professional and public audiences. We also conduct research on the health benefits of integrative medicine.
University of Pennsylvania – CAM at Penn
Penn Medicine is committed to remain a world-leading institution in three equally valued and inter-related missions of patient care, education, and research. The success of these missions requires the integration of the School of Medicine and Health System and a shared destiny with the University of Pennsylvania. By recruiting and retaining a world-class faculty and staff who strive for excellence, innovation, quality and professionalism, we will accomplish our missions. Our goal is to be recognized nationally as the most accomplished and respected School of Medicine and Health System.
University of Pittsburgh – Center for Integrative Medicine
The Center for Integrative Medicine at UPMC Shadyside is the first hospital-based center in Pittsburgh to combine natural healing practices with conventional medicine. The Center offers classes developed specifically for health professionals, including Shiatsu (Massage Technique) Certification Training and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Vanderbilt University – Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health
At the new Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health, we combine traditional medicine with complementary therapies that are proven safe and effective.
University of Texas Medical Branch – UTMB Integrative Health Care
The CAM curriculum at UTMB was developed systematically, structured around the standard elements of a curriculum: Goals, Needs, Objectives, Methods, and Evaluation, using the GNOME model. Four core goals are included, as seen in the Brief Overview of the Longitudinal CAM Curriculum (linked below). Because a longitudinal curriculum was planned, learning objectives were developed for each learner level and activity, merging with existing objectives for the course if available. To facilitate the integration of CAM content into existing curricula, assessments of the CAM education needs and interests of key groups of learners was undertaken. For each learning activity, a suitable evaluation method was developed.
University of Vermont College of Medicine – Program in Integrative Medicine
The MindBody Medicine Clinic’s mission is to promote the integration of the physical, emotional, and intellectual aspects of human health into medical practice. The MindBody Medicine team serves patients and the community, performs rigorous methodological research, and provides educational opportunities for health care providers.
University of Washington – UW Integrative Health Program
The University of Washington Integrative Health Program (UW-IHP) started with an educational initiative funded through the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM). This project concentrated on the integration of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) topics and experiential course work into the medical school curriculum. These efforts have reinforced patient-centered care by developing an open-minded approach towards patient preferences and a spirit of respectful collaboration with CAM providers.
George Washington University – Center for Integrative Medicine
The Center for Integrative Medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center is dedicated to creating a healing environment in which patients have access to a variety of complementary and alternative therapies to promote healing and wellness.
Georgetown University – School of Medicine
The first program of its kind, the Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Program places Georgetown University at the forefront of graduate education in this field. We believe this educational initiative will serve both the public interest in complementary and alternative medicine, and the need for greater scientific research into these areas.
University of Wisconsin-Madison – UW Integrative Medicine Program
Integrative Medicine specialists at UW Health in Madison, Wisconsin, offer services that draw from both conventional and complementary medicine. Dedicated to helping you achieve your highest potential for wellness, we have a healing-oriented philosophy that focuses on less invasive therapies to help remove barriers that may be blocking the body’s ability to heal.
University of Alberta – Complementary and Alternative Research and Education (CARE)
The CARE program aims to fulfill its mission and goals through three arms of activities: education, research, and clinical consultation.
University of Calgary – Canadian Institute of Natural & Integrative Medicine
The Canadian Institute of Natural and Integrative Medicine (CINIM) is a registered charitable organization that conducts scientific research in complementary/alternative medicine (CAM). Projects are funded through private donations and project grants from public funding organizations.
McMaster University – Family Practice Centre of Integrative Health and Healing
The Family Practice Centre of Integrative Health and Healing is a collaboration of health care practitioners dedicated to integrating the highest standard of conventional, complementary and alternative medicine, nurturing intrinsic healing in the whole person, body, mind and spirit. It is our mission to serve, empower and partner with our patients and our community on the path to wellness, transformation and wholeness.
Laval University – Integrated Approach in Prevention