Within its short history, Han University has become well connected with the healing communities in the greater Tucson area. Our approach to service continues to foster strong, healthy and expansive relationships that benefit many hundreds of patients, students, and physicians.

Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
The Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine leads the transformation of healthcare by creating, educating and actively supporting a community that embodies the philosophy and practice of healing-oriented medicine, addressing mind, body and spirit. Han University has an ongoing relationship with Andrew Weil’s Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine (AzCIM) at the University of Arizona. Alex Holland, President of HUTM, is the primary Preceptor in TCM for the Arizona Center. Through this relationship, our students have been invited to participate in the AzCIM Patient Conference, a consortium of CAM practitioners who discuss cases and determine the best strategies for therapy. The Patient Conference meets once a month during the school year and only third year students at HUTM are qualified to attend. AzCIM Residents, who consist primarily of medical doctors and osteopaths, also shadow our students in the HUTM Community Clinic twice a year for two weeks. This is a great opportunity to educate western healthcare practitioners in the art and practice of TCM.

Han University’s Residency Program
Han University has a Residency Program for graduates that allow them to continue to practice at the Institute’s Community Clinic after graduation for up to 6 months. The Residency Program was developed so students could maintain their clinical skills and work with colleagues while waiting for their license or as they develop their own private practice outside the school. Many graduates have taken advantage of this supportive opportunity.