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NZCC opens new campus

Dr. McLean, left, congratulates NZCC President Dr. Brian Kelly on the opening of the new campus.
Dr. Ian McLean shakes hands with Dr. Brian Kelly

On February 10, the New Zealand College of Chiropractic (NZCC) officially opened its new campus in Mt. Eden, replacing its campus in Mt. Wellington. As part of the grand opening, Palmer College was recognized for its past support of the institution. Palmer’s Director of Clinical Radiology Ian McLean, D.C., Davenport ’79, a native of New Zealand, represented Palmer College and took part in the dedication of one of NZCC’s large new classrooms—the Palmer Lecture Theatre.

“I found a great deal of enthusiasm for chiropractic in New Zealand during my visit,” said Dr. McLean. “I’m especially encouraged with how New Zealand College of Chiropractic’s program is growing.”

According to the president of NZCC, Brian Kelly, D.C., Davenport ’73, enrollment on the campus has grown by more than 34 percent in the last year. Today, NZCC has 200 students enrolled in its four-year degree program.

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