Congratulations Class 45! Last week, students from Class 45 proudly received their clinical white coats in the presence of their family, faculty and staff of FCIM, and their future colleagues. It is a significant milestone marking the passage of these students advancing from Clinical Assists to Clinical Intern Treaters. The white coat symbolizes a new level of professionalism and commitment to their studies, profession, as well as the wellbeing, health and care of the patients they will serve.
FCIM News and Updates
FCIM students and staff had a wonderful time serving the community through our Community Clinic and Open House event last Saturday! Free clinic treatment gift certificates were given to participants along with our wellness goody bags and samples of our deliciously healthy herbal teas. Participants had the chance to experience Auricular Therapy performed by our Senior Intern Treaters as well as a lecture on Traditional Chinese Tongue Diagnosis given by our Dean, Dr. Tara Reed.
Our next Community Clinic and Open House Event will be on Sunday, June 19th: 11am- 3pm!
Instructors and students from our sister school in Osaka, Japan are back! This marks the 5th annual Acupuncture Clinical Internship visit to FCIM from Morinomiya College of Medical Arts & Sciences.
We welcome the return of fellow Morinomiya Instructors Dr. Motonori Fusamae, Dr. Katsuyuki Minakata, and Dr. Yoko Mukai. The annual internship is lead by Dr. Motonori Fusamae, our sister school liaison and coordinator.
During their visit, the students participated in an intensive learning program here on campus with different Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine courses including clinical Grand Rounds as well as our President Larry Han's Exclusive Courses: Tension Point Therapy and Neuro-Acupuncture. The students and instructors even had the unique opportunity of observing President Han’s specialty treatments at his own private clinic located in Orange Park, Florida.
We thoroughly enjoyed their visit this past week and look forward to their next visit!
This past week, students from Class 44 D and Class 44W celebrated a significant milestone that marks the passage of these students from Clinical Assists to Clinical Intern Treaters. The white coat symbolizes a new level of professionalism and commitment to their studies, profession, as well as the wellbeing, health and care of the patients they will serve. The event is celebrated by the students, their family, and FCIM faculty and staff! Congratulations to Class 44!
In Loving Memory of Mr. James Sensenbaugh
Memorial Mass Information
February 5th, 2016, 12:00pm
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church
1603 N. Thacker Avenue Kissimmee, FL, 34741
lease visit the link below provided by James' family.
Our beloved Campus Security Officer, Mr. James Sensenbaugh, has passed away due to injuries suffered from a tragic accident on January 19th. At this very difficult time, we hope everyone will remember all the wonderful things that made James such a cherished member of our college and keep his bereaved wife and children in our thoughts and prayers.
We kindly ask you to help James' family at this critical time.
100% of every donation will go directly to James' wife and children.
Thank you all so very much for your kind support.
On behalf of the Faculty, Staff, and Administration of FCIM, we extend our commendations and congratulations to all of the students who graduated this past Saturday, December 12th, 2015 at the Fall 2015 Graduation Ceremony. We are so proud of all of their accomplishments and all of the hard work they have put toward earning their Master's and Bachelor's degree. Congratulations Graduates!
FCIM held a campus-wide celebration on Oct 24th, National AOM Day for its 25th Anniversary! The celebration's commencement ceremony was kicked off with a traditional Japanese Taiko drum performance by the Matzuriza Taiko group, followed by a traditional Chinese ceremonial performance of Lion Dance by the Orlando Young Lion group. The event had over 30 vendors providing products and services relating to holistic health, arts and crafts, asian culture, veteran support, as well as a variety of local cuisines. Free Community Classes were held for the public by Dr. Jacqueline Cheng, Tai Chi class was instructed by our own Elisabeth Berrett, and Free CEU classes were held by our president, Dr. Larry Han. Our Free Community Clinic provided free auricular therapy as well as TCM consultations to over 100 members of our community!
The school was honored to present three Alumni Excellence Awards to FCIM alumnus and FL licensed Acupuncture Physicians: Pam Verlander, Mei Hagiwara, and Megan Phillips for their achievements and dedication to the field of AOM. The student body also voted for our Chair of Foundations of Oriental Medicine Department and faculty member Tara Reed to be the winner of the Outstanding Teacher's Award. The Life Time Achievement Award was present to our friend and colleague Robert Lynch for his support and dedication to FCIM.
The clinic was proud to support and donate 50 treatment gift certificates to our veterans and first responders at our event. The celebration was highlighted by the attendance of the honorable Congresswoman Corrine Brown, who gave a congratulatory speech to FCIM, praising the efficacy and benefits of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Other community leaders and representatives present were members including Orlando City Commissioner Samuel Ings, Orange County Sheriff's Office Lt. Mark Leubscher, Florida Board of Acupuncture board member and FCIM Alumni Steve Moreau, the president of FSOMA (Florida State Oriental Medicine Association), Ellen Teeter, Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Greater Orlando president Lisa Lynch, Chinese American Association of Central Florida president Susan Hoeh, Chinese School of CAACF president Tsue Ying, and Mr. Phillip Huang for the Tzu Chi Foundation.
We wish to thank you for your continuing support and being a part of our 25 year history. As leaders of the AOM community, we look forward to the next 25 years of excellence in fostering expert practitioners of Oriental Medicine and providing quality and holistic healthcare alternatives in Central Florida.
A special thanks to our sponsors: American Acupuncture Council, Manning & Associates, Sun Ten Laboratories, To the Point Billing Solutions, and to Tronix for their generous support and in helping us make this event a success!
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On behalf of the Faculty, Staff, and Administration of FCIM, we extend our commendations and congratulations to all of the students who graduated this past Saturday, June 13th, 2015 at the Spring 2015 Graduation Ceremony. We are so proud of all of their accomplishments and all of the hard work they have put toward earning their degree.
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FCIM had a blast celebrating and supporting our community by partaking in the wonderful festivities at the Asian Cultural Festival this Saturday! We got to try some amazingly delicious foods showcased by the various vendors at the event! We were so excited to be able to meet all the AOM enthusiasts in the community as well as the opportunity to educate the public about the timeless wonders of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine! We got to demonstrate Auricular Medicine for over 150 people at the event!
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