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Community is an essential aspect of my life, a realization brought home recently by my mother’s death. My mother was a solitary person, an individualist, who feared exposure: she kept to herself. She was fond of animals, and though she was a nurse, people simply made her
Stillpoint Community Acupuncture opened in August 2011, in the small town of Langford BC, a pocket community of Victoria. Since we opened, we have provided over 13,000 treatments, and have only twice dipped into our overdraft, something that we are quite proud of.
About a year ago we began
After POCA's first Membership Drive back in May, I realized something important: when it came to signing up new patient/community members for POCA, WCA was remarkably similar to another common citizen of the Pacific Northwest -- a slug. Especially if you factored in our size relative to
Today is a pretty amazing day, and I am going to tell you all why. But first, a little backstory: Community acupuncture was invented to serve two groups of people: punks (who wanted stable jobs) and patients who wanted access to affordable acupuncture. Everything about our clinics is set
fellow POCA members,
Our cooperative has a new member benefit that directly affects day to day clinic expenses in a good way---discounted sharps pick–up and delivery service!
Stericycle is offering all POCA clinics a 20% discount off of the ground floor price of your
Eight months down the road now, and we’ve reached another milestone, of sorts. We just exceeded 333 active patients in our POCApoint database; we are now one-third of the way to the magical 1000 mark.
We also just wrapped up our busiest week ever. It’s
I Joined POCA because I wanted to see models for health care and business that were sane, and where people power and helping each other is more important than politics and profits.
There are so many reasons to JOIN POCA- Let's hear yours.<
Let members of POCA's governing body, the General Circle, tell you why they think POCA is great!
A little over a year ago, POCA was just a glint in the eye of a few people. Now, just a year later, POCA is a professional organization in the eyes of AAAOM and NCCAOM, and as Spike pointed out AAAOM cancelled their conference for lack of participation
As we have been making the shift from CAN to POCA, I've noticed a thread of comments here and there with a similar theme. They all express the idea that POCA is different from CAN in one major respect: the adjustment of our member clinics
death of a clinic
don't stop believing
movement building circle
no martyrs in this revolution