Recently EcoRI.org a local blog that covers environmental news for Southern New England asked the question: What does sustainable healthcare look like?

Followed by a short series of interviews with a handful of local healthcare providers, administrators, planners, etc.  writer Karina Lutz explores this question from a variety of view points.

In part 4 of the series writer Karina Lutz interviewed PCA’s Cris Monteiro about PCA and community acupuncture’s place in creating more sustainable healthcare systems.

Feel free to commenthere or on EcoRI.org’s website.  We’d like to know what you think and how it feels for you to be part of the community acupuncture revolution- bringing affordable acupuncture everywhere!

It is through the direct support of patients at community acupuncture clinics like PCA, and through the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA)- the cooperative  that supports all the stakeholders involved- that we can realize a bigger, more sustainable system to provide affordable community acupuncture far and wide!  Join us!


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