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Winter 2018

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West campus events showcase Palmer’s leadership in corporate chiropractic

Corporate chiropractic panel members included Palmer West alumni (from left): Mason Orme, D.C., ’11; Adam Jacobs, D.C., ’08; Morgan Young, D.C., ’07; Matthew McCormack, D.C., ’14; Kale Ptacek, D.C., ’14; and Molica Anderson, D.C., ’13.
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Nearly 50 percent of all U.S. companies are expected to provide some form of on-site health services for employees by 2018, according to a recent Wall Street Journal article. Two recent events at Palmer’s West campus demonstrated the College’s leadership in the rapidly expanding field of corporate chiropractic.

Palmer alumni interviewed for positions at corporate-based and VA/DoD integrated health settings during a multidisciplinary job fair presented by the Palmer Center for Business Development on Jan. 8. Crossover Health, Premise Health and the Veterans Health Administration were among the job-fair participants accepting applications from qualified alumni.

Students on Palmer’s West campus were able to hear from alumni who provide chiropractic care at campus-based or corporate-focused health centers in the Bay Area during an alumni panel presentation on Jan. 18, hosted by the West Student Ambassadors of the Palmer Center for Business Development.

“At many of these clinics, the demand for chiropractic care has grown exponentially faster than many of the other services, which has seen locations that started with two D.C.s grow to include six—and I’m proud to say the majority are Palmer alumni,” says West Campus President William Meeker, D.C., M.P.H., F.P.A.C.

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