A family physician with more than three decades of experience, Dr. William Leach currently operates a comprehensive private addiction medicine practice in northern Florida. Outside of his Florida-based practice, Dr. William Leach maintains memberships in several national organizations, including the American College for Advancement in Medicine, a nonprofit that educates health care professionals on the application of integrative medicine.
As a leader in education about heavy metal detoxification and therapy, the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) offers a training course for physicians, naturopaths, and nurses. The course includes a robust curriculum and hands-on lab work that provides participants the skills and knowledge needed to properly diagnosis and treat patients who have been exposed to toxins.
In order to be eligible for the course, an applicant must be a licensed medical doctor, naturopath, or nurse practitioner in good standing. Applicants who meet these criteria and complete the necessary course work are then required to take an exam that covers a wide range of detoxification topics. Successful candidates demonstrates their understanding of safe and effective treatment strategies.