WHO WE ARE
The Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian subcontinent (CAPI)is a network of Central Florida medical and dental professionals (600+ strong) collaborating and leveraging collective expertise and assets - to make a difference in the lives of members and the community, while fostering professional growth and enhancing healthcare for all. CAPI empowers our members through educational growth, we facilitate impactful conversations within the healthcare industry, and we foster connections to drive professional and business development. And, at the heart of all of this, we aim to make a lasting impact on our community by harnessing our collective resources, contributing impactfully to the betterment of society.
WHAT WE DO
Members: Our foremost objective is to expand our membership base while enhancing engagement and value for our members. By fostering a vibrant and supportive community, we aim to empower healthcare professionals in Central Florida, providing them with collaborations and opportunities that lead to professional and business growth. Click to learn more about CAPI Memberships
Industry: We are committed to building strong sponsorships and partnerships within the healthcare industry. These alliances enable us to leverage resources, share knowledge, and advance our mission more effectively. Together, we can make a significant impact on healthcare in our region. For information on how to elevate your brand and engage our members, click here.
Community: Giving back is at the core of our mission, and we are dedicated to doing so efficiently and strategically. Through targeted initiatives and outreach programs, we aim to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve in Central Florida and throughout the world. Click here to learn more about CAPI Giving.
CAPI is a member affiliate of AAPI - American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin.
The Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian subcontinent (CAPI) is registered under section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code. Though 501(c)(6) organizations are “not for profit” and exempt from federal income tax, they are afforded no special treatment under Florida's sales and use tax laws. Contributions to section 501(c)(6) organizations are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor's federal income tax return.
A network of Central Florida medical and dental professionals pooling resources to make a difference in the lives of members and the community