Dr. Salil Khandwala , M.D., director of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center (Dearborn, MI), has been invited by the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) to speak at the conference’s first ever presentation on women’s health. Dr. Khandwala will be speaking on the recent advances in pelvic floor medicine at a special session during the conference. The 28th Annual Healthcare Convention will be held in Washington, D.C. on June 25.

The AAPI, the largest ethnic medical organization in the United States, is an umbrella organization which has nearly 130 local chapters, specialty societies and alumni organizations. It represents the interests of approximately 52,000 physicians and 15,000 medical students and residents of Indian heritage in the United States. AAPI members have been practicing in urban areas, inner cities, rural areas, and peripheral communities around the country for the past 27 years.

Slated to inaugurate the conference will be President Barack Obama, one of many honored dignitaries invited.

For more information on the AAPI and its conference visit the conference website.