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Bringing American Physicians of Indian Origin together since 1983

AAPI Wisconsin offers our deepest condolences and offers prayers for the loss of

Dr. Bala Raju Gandhavadi MD

who passed away on

Friday, May 28th, 2021.


Open house visitation at

Krause Funeral Home

9000 West Capitol Drive




Monday, May 31st, 2021

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Family only for private prayers at 1:00 PM.


In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to the Milwaukee Rescue Mission in his name.

AAPI, Wisconsin Chapter


President, AAPI Wisconsin.


Dear AAPI-WI Members,

As the president of AAPI Wisconsin chapter, I want to bring your awareness to the Covid relief efforts by AAPI at both the local and national level to help the indian medical community provide much-needed medical treatment to those that desperately need help.

The process is underway to send ventilators, oxygen concentrators, pulse oximeters etc. AAPI is also helping U.S. based physicians use telehealth platforms to offer advice and ease the burden on the Indian medical community to treat COVID patients...

AAPI, Wisconsin Chapter

Welcome with Wisconsin AAPI

The Wisconsin AAPI is a private, non-profit, professional and educational service organization. The membership of this organization is limited to HealthCare Providers of Indian origin and their spouses or significant others from the state of Wisconsin


  • Unity of Purpose

  • Collegiality in Action

  • Commitment to Excellence

  • Compassion Towards Fellow Beings


We aim to promote professional solidarity in the pursuit of excellence in patient care, teaching, and research. Our organization wants to bring to American medicine the distinctive contributions from India and advance the American creed of one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.


  • Respect for human dignity

  • Commitment to collegiality and ethical conduct

  • Promotion of the professional advancement of colleagues

  • Pursuit of excellence

  • Commitment to community service

AAPI, Wisconsin Chapter


  • Provide the best patient care with compassion

  • Maintain the highest standards of ethics and professionalism

  • Help patients become fully informed and empower partners

  • Maintain the professional pride of members in the practice of medicine

  • Advocate for professional freedom

  • Advance members’ knowledge through CME

  • Pursue careers in academia, research, and administrative cadres

  • Remain current and knowledgeable in contemporary and anticipated legislative and regulatory changes impacting the practice of medicine

  • Assert equal protection in all members’ professional pursuits through collective advocacy

  • Promote vibrancy of the AAPI by facilitating it to embrace change and teamwork and subordinate personal interest in the pursuit of a shared vision

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