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Spotlight on NUHS Acupuncture Rotation at Stroger Hospital

by Jan 6, 2015

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At National University, acupuncture and oriental medicine students can serve a clerkship at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County during the clinical internship phase of their degree program.  This is one of very few hospital-based acupuncture training opportunities in the nation. The clerkship provides real world experience in integrative medicine, the hallmark of a National University education.

In this video, hear how two students feel their hospital rotation at Stroger has prepared them for future career success:

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