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Acupuncturist and Alternative Medicine Doctor in Jacksonville, FL

National Certification Commission Of Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine

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National Certification Commission Of Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine
Mission:
Its mission is to establish, assess and promote recognized standards of competence and safety in acupuncture and Oriental medicine for the protection and benefit of the public.

Core Values:
Testing Excellence
Our organizational mission drives us to produce valid and reliable measurements of competence in AOM practitioners who seek certification from us.

Service
Public Protection: We are committed to safeguarding the public from practitioners who have not demonstrated their competence.
Public Benefit: We are committed to making available to the public reliable information that will help them to enjoy the benefits of health services from competent AOM practitioners.
AOM Practitioners (Diplomates): We are committed to improving the reputation for excellence of AOM practitioners who have demonstrated competence through our certification processes.

Integrity
We are committed to upholding basic societal norms of truthfulness and honesty in all our organizational words and deeds.

Trust
We are committed to promoting an organizational environment that allows those who work for NCCAOM to rely on one another to accomplish the tasks required by our mission. We maintain the same commitment in our joint activities with other organizations with whom we collaborate for the betterment of the AOM community.

Leadership
We are committed to acting responsibly to advance the interests of the AOM community through our certification process. We understand our leadership to be inseparable from our mission of service to the public and to the AOM community.

Community
Volunteerism: We are committed to engaging AOM practitioners in the activities necessary to keep our certification exams and processes relevant to the state of the art of AOM.
Support: We are committed to being a responsible corporate member of the larger community in which we live.
Bio
The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM®) is a non-profit organization established in 1982 and operates as a 501(c)6. Its mission is to establish, assess and promote recognized standards of competence and safety in acupuncture and Oriental medicine for the protection and benefit of the public.

As a part its mission, the NCCAOM is dedicated to promoting its nationally accredited certification programs and certified practitioners (Diplomates) to consumers and the public. NCCAOM accomplishes this by continuously offering customized services and publications for Diplomates to promote their certification such as marketing and consumer brochures, press packets, statistics about the profession and online continuing educational courses. These tools empower Diplomates to better inform consumers about the benefits of choosing an NCCAOM certified practitioner who can be found by going to the NCCAOM® Find-A-Practitioner Directory.

All of NCCAOM’s certification programs are accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) of the Institution for Credentialing Excellence (ICE). NCCA standards for accreditation exceed the requirements set forth by the American Psychological Association and the U.S. Employment Opportunity Commission. NCCAOM certification and/or the passing of the NCCAOM certification examination(s) are recognized for licensure by 43 states including the District of Columbia (which represents 98 percent of the states that regulate licensure of acupuncturists). Since the organization’s inception, the NCCAOM has issued more than 21,000 certificates in Acupuncture, Oriental medicine, Chinese herbology and Asian bodywork therapy.
Practice Areas
Certifications
 Acupuncture (NCCAOM)  Asian Bodywork (NCCAOM)
 Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM)  Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
Website
Location
76 South Laura St.
Suite 1290
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