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College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners & Acupuncturists of British Columbia

The College is the official professional regulatory authority that regulates the practice of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and acupuncture in the province of British Columbia.
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Announcements

Board Update

June 10, 2024
Mr. Chang-Ming Li is no longer a member of the Board effective May 24, 2024. We wish him success in […]
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Minister of Health appoints Board members for new college

June 6, 2024
The Minister of Health appointed the first Board of the College of Complementary Health Professionals of BC (CCHPBC). The Board members […]
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Amendments made to draft bylaws

June 3, 2024
Amendments have been made to the draft bylaws for the College of Complementary Health Professionals of BC. You can read […]
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About the College

The College is the official professional regulatory authority that regulates the practice of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and acupuncture in the province of British Columbia.

The College is a self-regulatory body that operates under the auspices of the provincial government and through the Health Professions Act, the Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists Regulation, and the College Bylaws. The College, as an institution, is politically unaligned and all its activities are entirely separate from electoral politics.

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College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia