History of Homeopathic Practitioner Program

Practitioner Program History

The American Medical College of Homeopathy (AMCH) Homeoapthic Practitioner Program was established in Phoenix Arizona in 1999. Originally named the Desert Institute School of Classical Homeopathy Homeopathic Practitioner Program, it changed its name to the American Medical College of Homeopathy Homeoapthic Practitioner Program in 2006.  This program achieved licensure status through the Arizona Private Postsecondary Board of Education in 2000 and full accreditation from the Accreditation Commission on Homeopathic Education in North America (not an accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education) in 2005.

The AMCH Homeopathic Practitioner Program has graduated six classes since its inception (over 100 students). AMCH Class VII and VIII are in the process of completing their training and Class IX is scheduled to begin in February 2012. The AMCH History section can provide more information about the college as a whole.