Brunch and Learn

What to Expect

Brunch and Learn is an opportunity to participate in an interactive presentation. Speakers may be new D.C.s, seasoned D.C.s, or business experts from the community.The time is limited to one class period and is usually offered during the club hour: Tuesday or Friday at Main campus; Monday or Friday at Florida campus.

Arrive when you can and leave when you must.

Please Note: Palmer College of Chiropractic does not endorse or recommend any of the products, services or tactics presented at our Vendor Showcase, Brunch and Learn or Business Module events. As with all practice purchases and marketing strategies, we suggest conducting thorough research before determining whether something is right for you and your practice.

Main campus

Malpractice 101

Tuesday, November 26
9:20-10:10 a.m.

MedPro Group provides the unique opportunity to learn more about medical malpractice as it relates to chiropractic. This overview will help you understand the different components of a policy, and questions to ask to choose the option that matches your situation.

Business Center classroom
Breakfast provided
Malpractice 101 presented by:
Allison Berz
Sales Manager, Chiropractic Division

Budgeting and Saving to Achieve Your Goals

Tuesday, December 10
9:20-10:10 a.m.

Banking professionals provide the unique opportunity to learn more about personal finances and how this builds experience for running your chiropractic clinic. This overview will help you understand the different components of budgeting, saving, and long term planning. Question and answer time is an integral part of this event.

Business Center classroom
Light refreshments provided
Budgeting and Saving presented by:
Jacob Ward, VP Marketing, R.I.A. Federal Credit Union
Anne Kirkpatrick, Director of Marketing, R.I.A. Federal Credit Union

Building a Practice from the Ground Up

Tuesday, January 14
9:20-10:10 a.m.

Mary Frost, D.C., M.B.A. will share her experience of starting a practice immediately after graduation. She will talk about choosing a location, securing financing, designing the build-out, and attracting patients. Dr. Frost is a Palmer graduate and currently serves as the Senior Director of Continuing Education. 

Business Center classroom
Light refreshments provided

Business Insurance

Tuesday, February 11
9:20-10:10 a.m.

Protecting your business assets requires an understanding of available platforms of coverage. Tim Flanagan of State Farm Insurance will present this informative session detailing the insurance needs of a business. He will explain the types of coverage required for practice and explain why workman's comp is only a piece of the puzzle.

Business Center classroom
Light refreshments provided


West campus

Corporate Chiropractic Forum

Tuesday, February 25
6 - 8 p.m. in the Library

The “Corporate Chiropractic” panel session will focus on the growing trend (especially here in the Silicon Valley) of companies providing employees with the convenience of complimentary care via campus-based health centers – and at virtually each of these clinics, the scope of services includes chiropractic.
Our goal is to feature some of the D.C.s who currently practice at local companies that maintain onsite health centers – and it fills us with great “Palmer pride” that the majority of the doctors practicing in these positions are graduates of our campus!  In particular, we’re interested in learning the steps of each doctor’s “chiropractic journey” that helped them achieve their current position as a corporate chiropractor. 

RSVP to Karen Dunn in Student Services.


Florida campus

Patient Communication: Don't be a Robot

Friday, January 31st
  • 9:30 a.m., Building Three
  • Refreshments Provided, No RSVP Required
  • Speaker: Matthew Delgado D.C.


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