Log in

Indian American Medical Association - Illinois




(COVID-19) Fundraiser

Our Commitment

To act as a central forum for Physicians of Indian origin in North America, whereby information of common interest among members can be shared. To promote the standard of practice in the art and science of medicine for the common interest of its members and the public through educational, social and scientific activities.To help members integrate with American medicine and American culture and maintain a close liaison with local, national and international medical societies and organizations. To maintain a liaison and communication with other Indian associations, medical societies cultural organization in North America.


Become involved with IAMA-IL

In the News

Member benefits

  • Our strength is in being together.
  • IAMA is an association of members who come together and network with professional colleagues in the academic and social environment.
  • IAMA Charitable Foundation (IAMA-CF) is IAMA’s Flagship. It runs a free clinic committed to providing basic primary health care, preventive care, and public health education with dignity and respect. These services are provided without regard to nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender or race of the patients. Devoted Physicians offer their time free of charge to take care of patients. The Clinic is open on Saturdays and Sundays and Wednesdays. It provides services to over 4000 patients a year.
  • IAMA network may help to create a large referral base to physicians’ practices.
  • The IAMA Newsletter a biannual publication keeps our readers informed as to association activities, and issues of concern to our membership.
  • Members enjoy semiannual and annual gala meetings.
  • Yearly Golden Stethoscope Award is given to deserving medical students, residents, and fellows of Indian origin.
  • Monthly Educational and CME meetings and activities.
  • A completely renovated website offers information about IAMA including events, educational meetings, and annual meetings. There is also a space for advertising and job postings
  • If you are at a stage that you wish to give back to your community and the country, IAMA may provide an organized platform to make things easier for you.
  • Politically inspired physicians have a chance show their leadership talent as well as the commitment to the organization and its goals.
  • Young physicians can look for information, guidance and support from senior members during their transitions from medical student, to residency, to fellowship and into establishing a new private or academic practice to better equip themselves for future challenges.
  • Members may be able to benefit from educational seminars on practice development, electronic medical record, and financial planning.
  • In addition, IAMA as an official Chapter works closely with AAPI to continue to support its members and make a positive impact on healthcare in the United States and in India.
  • IAMA supports Advocacy Platform issues: 1) Increase medical school, residency and fellowship class sizes to combat anticipated physician shortage. 2) Protect 20/220Pathway and keep medical school affordable. 3)Support IMG Visa Waivers. 4) Protect Medicare and Medicaid Physician Reimbursement 5) Support meaningful liability reform nationwide.
  • Best of all, you will find many like-minded people within IAMA.
Read more

Upcoming events

Stay informed   

If you want to stay informed about our news, events, and articles about IAMA-IL, subscribe to our newsletter.

IAMA Charitable Foundation and Free Clinic -  Chicago Illinois 

We need your help

Become a Volunteer at the Charitable Foundation Clinic


Mission:  IAMACF's mission is to serve the under-served and underprivileged by providing free primary healthcare and participating in humanitarian projects in the state of Illinois.

IAMACF offers free primary care to members of the community. The free health clinic is primarily run by volunteers including physicians, medical students, translators, as well as a handful of employees. In addition to primary care, we offer specialty clinics, targets programs, lifestyle workshops, free (limited) pharmacy services, and lab testing. IAMACF is also a teaching clinic for medical students from six of our area’s medical schools, including the Chicago Medical School, Loyola University, Northwestern University, Rush University, University of Chicago, and University of Illinois at Chicago. We are always looking for ways to improve our ability to serve the community.


IAMA is a non-profit professional organization comprised of Illinois Physicians of Indian Origin committed to professional excellence in quality patient care, education, and community healthcare.


E-mail: office.iamaill@gmail.com
Phone/Fax: 1-630-522-3990
Address: P.O. Box 5031, Oak Brook, IL 60522

Copyright © Indian American Medical Association-Illinois

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software