Registered Acupuncturist
Chinese Herbalist
Registered Massage Therapist
PhD in Community Medicine (Canada)
Medical Doctor (China)
Grant MacEwan College Instructor

Dr. Frank Fu-Lin Wang is the President and founding member of Bethune Oriental Medicine Center. Trained in both Western and Oriental medicine in China and Canada, He devotes his knowledge, skills, experience, compassion, and dedication to the cause of integrative medicine and Oriental medicine. His unique approach in medicine combined with his remarkable professional morality has made him a highly respected teacher, practitioner, and researcher.

Dr. Frank Fu-lin Wang has extensive training in medicine. He received a Bachelor of Medicine (Clinical) from Ningxia Medical College in 1982, a Master of Medicine from Harbin Medical University in 1987, and a Doctoral Degree from Faculty of Medicine, the University of Calgary in 1994. He was the recipient of Outstanding Student Award from Ningxia Medical College (1980-82), National Scholarship Award from the State Education Commission, The People’s Republic of China (1989), Studentship Award from Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research (1991-1993), Premier’s Award from Alberta provincial government (2000-2001, 2007).

Dr. Frank Wang in clinicDr. Frank Fu-Lin Wang works as Epidemiologist for Alberta Health and Wellness and has been a Registered Acupuncturist, in private practice since 1995. He also involves in teaching and research. He is the Adjunct Assistant Professor of University of Calgary, Visiting Professor of Ningxia Medical College, Senior Instructor for the Acupuncture Diploma Program at Grant MacEwan University – since 1998 – has been actively involved in the organizations of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. He has served as the chairman of the Membership Committee, the Acupuncture-Traditional Chinese Medicine Society of Alberta, and the Board of Examiners in Acupuncture.

Dr. Frank Fu-Lin Wang believes in balance and integrative medicine and has a special interest in treatment of obesity, neurological disorders, accidental injury, and cancer.