23rd Annual Convention


Celebrating 21 years of Excellence AAPIQLI (American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin of Queens and Long Island) is the largest chapter of the national AAPI organization and enjoys a strong membership base of about 700 patron members and several young physicians, including students, residents, and fellows of Indian origin residing in the New York and Long Island area. AAPIQLI members serve the New York City urban and inner city population. We are an integral part of the New York State health care system and research programs, and several of our members act as department chairs and directors at both teaching and non-teaching hospitals. AAPIQLI represents the interest of over 2000 physicians of Indian origin practicing in Queens and Long Island, NY.

This year, we are celebrating our 21st annual convention, which also involves a CME program. The CME program is scheduled for November 20, 2016, followed by the annual gala on December 03, 2016, at the Huntington Hilton Hotel in Melville, New York. We usually have a sold-out program, with about 500 members participating in the grand gala. We are pleased to invite you to our annual gala, where you will have the opportunity to meet and interact with physicians of several specialties and sub specialities.

This gathering will also give you ample time to display your products at the venue, as well as the opportunity to provide sponsorship for the educational seminars, symposia, and publications. Every year, the money raised from the convention is donated to several charitable organizations in the USA and abroad. We also invite you to become a platinum, gold, or silver sponsor of the AAPIQLI annual Convention to bring greater visibility to your product or organization. Please visit www.aapiqli.org today for additional program and registration information. If you have any questions or need further details, please don’t hesitate to contact me or Dr. Abhay Malhotra (Convention Chair)


Vaijinath Chakote, MD

Abhay Malhotra, MD


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