Educating a new generation of physicians in the science of natural healing is our goal. Those who love science and who recognize there’s more to medicine than drugs and surgery are very successful in our accredited naturopathic doctorate program.
The Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine is an internationally recognized institution of natural health sciences. Through advanced education, innovative research and hands-on clinical training, SCNM provides a holistic health degree program that can only be described as simply inspiring.
SCNM's Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Garrett Thompson recently co-authored an article titled Assumed or Assessed? The Affective Domain in Health Care Education.
We recently had the pleasure of speaking with SCNM Alumnus Dr. Steven Sorr about the exciting new work he is doing at his practice in Scottsdale.
Dr. Sorr specializes in regenerative and functional medicine, taking a unique approach that produces great results for his patients.Read more about Dr. Sorr here »
The SCNM Thrive community wellness program offers a wide variety of non-credit healthcare classes and courses that encompass natural methods to help feed your mind, body and soul. Thrive classes come in three categories: nutrition, enrichment and movement. All classes are taught by qualified professionals.Read More »
The SCNM Sage Foundation exists for the sole purpose of providing healthcare to disadvantaged families and children. Its mission, “To provide the unserved, underserved and indigent people of Arizona with quality natural and conventional healthcare,” is accomplished through care provided at community clinics across Maricopa County by SCNM.Read More »
In collaboration with the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, SCNM is pleased to offer a dual-degree program for a naturopathic medical degree (ND) and a master’s degree in public health (MPH). Naturopathic medical students will begin classes in the fall 2016.Read More »