KPBS LunchHour - A Producers Club hosted event, February 22
Dr. Fitzpatrick will share a brief history of Bastyr University and answer the question: What is Naturopathic Medicine? She'll discuss primary care, prevention, and patient centered care and the collaborations with UCSD Center for Integrative Medicine and Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine. Then she'll share with us possibilities for the future, including discussions about the Affordable Care Act, Sliding Fee Scale, education and making Naturopathic medicine available for all communities.
Friday, February 22, 2013
12 - 1 p.m.
Bring your own lunch to the KPBS Shiley Studio
To RSVP scroll to the bottom of the page and click the "Sign me up" button!
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Jennifer Majors via email or call (619) 594-6374.
Moira Fitzpatrick, PhD, ND is the Vice President of Bastyr University California, which opened in September, 2012. Dr. Fitzpatrick is dually licensed as a Naturopathic Doctor and Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Prior to relocating to San Diego, Dr. Fitzpatrick founded the Emerald Center for Integrative Medicine in Seattle Washington, where she focused on primary care, women’s health and naturopathic psychiatry. She received her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Kenmore Washington and did a residency with Dr. Tori Hudson through the National College of Natural Medicine. Dr. Fitzpatrick served on the Bastyr University Board of Trustee’s prior to her appointment as vice president. She worked in Mental Health since 1979 and was the founder of Hanbleceya, Inc., a residential therapeutic community system for the seriously mentally ill. Dr. Fitzpatrick received her PhD from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego. Dr. Fitzpatrick’s mission is to collaborate with our allopathic and CAM colleagues to be a part of the team that transforms healthcare, insuring that all people have access to the best of Naturopathic and Allopathic medicine.
Directions & Parking at San Diego State University
KPBS is located at 5200 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182.
Visitors may park in any pay lot or visitor parking structure with a pay permit. Pay permits are $1 per hour and may be purchased using cash or credit card from kiosks located in the lot/structure. Visitor lots and structures are represented by a yellow P on the lot or structure sign.
The closest pay lot is Lot Q, located next to the Extended Studies Center with access from Lindo Paseo or Hardy Avenue.
The closest structure is Parking Structure 5 (PS5), located at the corner of Montezuma Road and 55th Street.
After you park your car, walk east one block on Lindo Paseo. The KPBS building is located at the end of the block, on the corner of Lindo Paseo and Campanile Drive.
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If you want to avoid driving and parking at SDSU, take the trolley! There is a trolley stop at SDSU Transit Center (11, 14, 15, 115, 856, 936, 955 & Green Line); walk one block west to KPBS at the corner of Lindo Paseo and Campanile Drive.
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