• All India Medical Society of Utah

    The corporation is organized exclusively for
    charitable, professional, educational, and scientific purposes

Mission

Purpose After much collaboration and discussion, we are proudly introducing AIMSU- an All India Medical Society of Utah. The founding members are professionals of Indian origin. Hoping to pioneer healthy lifestyles, AIMSU dedicates its work to making Utah a healthy state. As healthcare professionals, we are busy treating diseases but we believe it is equally important to PREVENT these diseases and avoid living a life dependent on medications.
We want to achieve our full potential in mind, body and spirit by encouraging fun fitness, healthy cooking, organic gardening, reduced processed foods, minimizing exposure to chemicals/pesticides, and education of advanced scientific research. Each of our members has something valuable to share and we are so excited to educate ourselves and educate society about living a healthy life!
AIMSU is a non-profit organization that champions social, cultural, and humanitarian prosperity. We hope AIMSU will create a network of friends throughout Utah whom we can depend on and evolve together as we grow currently, our priority is to integrate lifestyle changes into our daily schedule with better fitness outcome. We already know fitness reduces risk of heart disease, stroke, depression, cancer of large bowel, high blood pressure, diabetes etc. Our goal is to motivate each other to make healthy choices.
Mission To foster the professional and social development by a unified medical society of persons of Indian origin (through birth or association) for the residents of Utah and to further charitable, professional, educational, and scientific pursuits.

Objectives

To become the pre-eminent multidisciplinary medical society providing a unified front to address issues relevant to the community. AIMSU's greatest differentiator is the inclusion of multiple disciplines related to health care. AIMSUs objective will be met through quarterly meetings of the members, presenting educational opportunities (lectures, skills workshops, and personal projects), communal meals, introductions of new members, and industry exposure.