The General Chiropractic Council’s (GCC) movement report in July showed that the BCA became home for over 75% of new GCC registrants. which is a result we are proud to share with you, alongside some member stories welcoming their new graduate associates.
The BCA is delighted to share this news, following our strategic repositioning which we’ve undertaken in the last 12 months, as well as some member stories welcoming their new graduate associates.
Paul Danford DC starts his 40th year in practice today and welcomes BCA graduate member and London South Bank University (LSBU) pioneer, Lucy White, in his practice Chiro.London in Kew/Richmond.
BCA Member and Co-Founder of Chiro.London in Putney, Craig McLean, said: “Paul Danford began practice in 1982, in the same place in London he works today. It’s hard to find a more thorough, professional and inspiring chiropractor than Paul, working with as much enthusiasm as the day he started in practice. To help continue his legacy, we have Lucy White joining Paul as a new graduate from LSBU. She is in the first year of graduates from this university and she can’t wait to work alongside such an experienced DC.”
BCA CEO, Tom Mullarkey MBE, said: “We are delighted to see recent graduates aligning with the BCA’s Vision for chiropractic to be integral to UK healthcare and welcome them into the ‘home for chiropractors who put patients first’. We hope for a long and rewarding relationship as they, in turn, help us to evolve as the Association which strives constantly to develop our profession and secure its rightful place within the modern healthcare mix.”
The BCA is proud to support students throughout their educational careers and in the transition from student to practising chiropractor. We do this through our events, resources and communication with student members and the UK chiropractic universities.
New graduates can join the #BCAfamily by completing and submitting an online application form.