About the DULA Clinic

In observant to the outbreak of COVID-19, DULA campus and clinic is closed from 3/16 - 3/31/2020. 

As of today, our decision is that campus will be closed and reopen on April 6, 2020 for the first day of Spring Quarter 2020. However, there might be any further changes in this but we will keep update our posting. 

When campus is reopened, Clinic will only accept patients that have appointments only. No walk-ins patients will be accepted. Patients will also be screened at the time of their phone appointment and at the front door for temperature, runny nose, cough, sore throat and/or any other flu-like symptoms. No one who has a fever of 100 + degrees or any flu-like symptoms will be admitted in the building for clinic treatment. Clinic shifts for Spring Quarter 2020 is currently planned to be opened as usual but any further changes will be updated.

Thank you for understanding to this matter. Please take care and stay healthy.  


DULA's Oriental Medical Center ("the Clinic") is a teaching hospital which most of treatment are done by interns and residents under supervison of clinic supervisor unless patient wants the direct treatment from Clinic Supervisor/Faculty. DULA clinic has 14 treatment rooms and 23 treatment beds with 11 clinic supervisors and 50 interns and residents. Our clinic offers a variety of services such as Acupuncture, Cupping, Moxibustion, Electroacupuncture, Herbal medicine, et cetera, and each patient receives the customized treatment they require.



Monday - Thursday: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday & Saturday: 9:00AM - 6:00PM (**closed evenings)

***please note that the clinic is closed daily from 1:00-2:00 PM for lunch.


Handicap-accessible, free parking is available beneath the building and outside on the south side of the building.


The normal price for acupuncture treatments is $30 by Intern, $35 by Resident, $75 and above by Clinic Supervisor/Faculty directly.

There is an extra charge if additional modalities (cupping, electroacupuncture, etc.) are needed.

There are discount options available: 

  1. $20 treatment - for patients with proof of low-income documents:
    • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
    • Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)
    • CalFresh / SNAP (Food Stamps) - EVT Card
    • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
    • CalWORKs (TANF) or Tribal TANF
    • Head Start Income Eligible (Tribal Only)
    • Copy of Federal Tax Return
    • *please be notified that medicare card is not eligible for proof of low-income. 
  2. $25 treatment - Seniors (65+ age) without proof of low-income will still have regular discount.


We are located at 440 Shatto Place in Koreatown. When arriving, please take the elevator to the second floor and make a left out of the elevators.
We are two blocks from the Vermont/Wilshire Metro Station (servicing the Red and Purple lines) and also near a number of additional bus stops.