Collaborate with other physicians to create optimal patient care

Do you have a desire to change the face of healthcare? Do you want to bring natural and holistic therapies to conventional medical settings? Many conventional medical practices and hospitals now have naturopathic doctors on staff for collaboration in patient-centered care and revolutionary research. There are numerous examples of how well naturopathic medicine fits into conventional healthcare settings, including hospital-based environments around the country, even in states that don’t regulate NDs.  

Naturopathic physicians continue to educate allopathic medical providers on the benefits of naturopathic medicine, and the results are proving to be profound. Doctors are collaborating to ensure natural supplements are working properly with other medications and as a result patients are receiving safer, more holistic treatments. Patients who previously hadn’t heard of naturopathic medicine are now seeing the incredible clinical results that changes in diet and lifestyle, paired with natural treatment options, can bring about.

Modeling best industry practices, SCNM has created the integrative Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine—the first of its kind for any ND school. Working jointly with conventional healthcare providers and incorporating naturopathic medicine will help you use your education to truly change medicine from within. This also allows you to make a difference in the rapidly growing field of integrative healthcare, as more people seek holistic therapies in conjunction with conventional treatment. We have alumni working in several integrative settings, including Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Yale School of Medicine, Mayo Clinics and many urgent care facilities.

Some SCNM alumni currently working in integrative medicine