This year marks 40 years since the inception of AIMGA. Through the years we have changed the name twice to adapt to the evolving Indian heritage medical workforce scene in Australia. Early 1970s witnessed an influx of overseas trained Doctors (OTDs) to Australia and other similar countries. In 1981-82 a need was felt to have a unified voice to raise concerns about shortcomings in registration, training & specialist recognition of OTDs in Australia. The time was right to form such an Association. Many of the founding members who have given their time and effort to sustain the Association are with us today.
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A Fun & Fitness 7 Km walk, and Photography Competition was organised for the ANZAC Day
Three cheers for our fun loving and determined walkers. They came in ones and twos, gradually building up to 14 strong contingent by 8.30 AM. Rain wasn’t going to stop them.There was a drizzle and bit coolness in the air. A perfect start to a great outdoors activity.
My earlier telegram to the Rain God was finally acknowledged and the rain had stopped by 9 AM.....Please click here to download PDF more Information
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As a part of the community service AIMGA team organises free blood sugar testing at India Australia Friendship Fair organiseed by United Indian Assocation Inc (UIA).
Please click here to read - Dr Sunil Vyas article about- AIMGA – UIA PARTNERSHIP

It was heart-warming to see so many happy faces in one place! The atmosphere as electric and being very near the Holi Festival, everybody was being welcomed with a rainbow of colours being showered on them by very enthusiastic Anju and Darshan.
Please click here to read - Associate Professor Jagmohan Gilhotra article about- AIMGA Family Picnic