History

The story begins when Dr. Beverly Jackson established the American Nedicine Licensing Board (ANLB) in 2004 to protect the rights of professionals in the alternative medical field to allow them to practice legally throughout the 50 states. In 2010, the American Nedicine Licensing Board, under the authority of the United States government, was granted the right to license the Doctor of Ňedicine®. Dr. Beverly Jackson, then created a new and dynamic branch of natural medicine based on the science of information as medicine in which a licensed Doctor of Ňedicine® can obtain a national health provider identification in order to accept insurance from patients. Dr. Beverly Jackson then established the American Nedicine Board of Examiners, a review board to promote high standards of competency and to assure that the licensed professionals meet specific standards of education and to help maintain these standards through required continuing education. Dr. Beverly Jackson then established the Federal Department of Public Health to investigate and handle complaints against licensed practitioners.

Dr. Beverly Jackson felt that there was a need to have an educational institution to train individuals to practice Nedicine. Therefore, the American School of Nedicine was developed in 2010 to educate students in the science of information as medicine allowing them to be competent, qualified doctors of tomorrow. Dr. Beverly Jackson also saw a need to establish the American Nedicine Accreditation Board with the heralding of the school, to ensure standards of excellence in education for the American School of Nedicine. American School of Nedicine was accredited by the American Nedicine Accreditation Board in March 2013 and operates from the State of Connecticut. American School of Nedicine is also incorporated in the State of Hawaii. American School of Nedicine aims to at all times maintain the upmost levels of education for its students and strives to place itself at the forefront of alternative medicine.