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  1. The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) is a professional association for Indian American physicians. The association is based in Chicago and was founded in 1982. As of 2019, it claims a membership of 80,000 physicians.

  2. Jan 29, 2020 · Jena urged Indian doctors to apply to at least 30 health care programs in the U.S., to ensure at least five to 10 interviews for employment.

  3. Jan 1, 2013 · “Indian doctors in the U.S. is almost a brand name now and senior doctors are in very powerful positions, be it politically or financially,” said Dr. Narendra Kumar, who explained that...

  4. Indian doctors have found a home in the medical marketplace, where they are a mainstay in primary patient care in urban and rural areas. Numbering over 38,000, physicians of Indian origin account for one in every 20 doctors practicing medicine in the US.

  5. Oct 1, 2017 · While Indian IT professionals and entrepreneurs have made a mark in the US, Indian doctors too have notched up some significant achievements. Vivek Murthy became the surgeon general of the US in 2014 and was the country’s leading spokesperson for public health in the Barack Obama administration.

  6. Almost 10%-12% of medical students entering US schools are of Indian origin. Here are some good reasons to join us: Our strength is in being together. AAPI provides a tool for alumni to renew old friendship and contact with colleagues from many medical schools from India.

  7. May 9, 2021 · CNN spoke to some doctors who are helping coronavirus patients in India from afar. Here are some of their stories.

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