Hippocrates or Hypocrite ?
At what point are you really a "non-profit" when your company brings in over $17,000,000 per year and 2 of the directors have compensation totaling near $1,000,000 before the other "key" employees are even counted?

How can a company call itself a "health institute" yet not be regulated/inspected like a health/medical facility if you generate nearly $2,000,000 per year for "medical services"

With bloodwork being performed and analyzed along with IV therapy, are your customers really guests or are they patients?

Does a non-profit really need to have over $10,000,000 in savings and investments? Where is the community service when the costs for guests are so expensive and not within the grasp of most people?

*All information is public found on their "non-profit" 990 form filed for 2013.
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