The Indo-American Center (IAC) Appoints Dr. Romi Chopra to Board of Directors


The Indo-American Center (IAC) announced the appointment of Dr. Romi Chopra, CEO and founder of MIMIT Health, to its board of directors effective January.

"True to our beliefs and mission, The MIMIT Health team and I are committed to, along with the IAC, to help the underprivileged in our communities,” Dr. Romi Chopra said. “The IAC serves people from the entire Chicagoland region, representing more than thirty nationalities from all over the world. MIMIT Health is proud to be a service to our community.”


Dr. Chopra is an accomplished Interventional and Endovascular Specialist Associate Professor of Radiology at Rush University. Dr. Chopra has been featured in many medical and news media interviews and articles. Dr. Chopra speaks nationally and internationally on various topics in Interventional Radiology, Endovascular Therapy, and Health Care Management.

A graduate of the Seth Gordhandas Sunderas Medical College of Bombay University, Dr. Chopra completed his fellowship and residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston. In addition to functioning as the Founder and CEO of the Midwest Institute of Minimally Invasive Therapies, Dr. Chopra is an Associate Professor of Radiology at Rush University in Chicago.

Dr. Chopra is an active member of several professional societies including the Society of Interventional Radiology, the Radiology Business Management Association, and the American Society of Physician Executives.


About IAC

The Indo American Center (IAC) addresses the needs of South Asian immigrants as well as people from more than thirty nations the world over. IAC provides services that facilitate their adjustment, integration, and friendship with the wider society, nurture their sense of community, and foster appreciation for the diversity of culture and heritage.

IAC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. As a secular social service agency, IAC does not discriminate on the basis of language, race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin. Its programs are funded through philanthropic and government grants, individual donations, and earned income.

The Indo-American Center (IAC) was founded in 1990 by a group of Indian immigrants in response to the needs of Chicago’s growing South Asian immigrant population. The founders of IAC were individuals who had worked hard to attain success in America, and they were driven by the desire to help others adjust to a new country far from home.   The founders established the guiding mission of the Indo American Center:

…to promote the well being of South Asian immigrants through services that facilitate their adjustment, integration and friendship with the wider society, nurture their sense of community, and foster appreciation for their heritage and culture

IAC’s programmatic offerings also expanded to address the growing range of needs. In 1996, to accommodate this growth, the agency purchased the two-story building at 6328 N. California which continues to serve as its headquarters.

Since its beginnings, the Indo-American Center has welcomed people of any nationality or creed. The agency serves over 30,000 from over 35 countries people annually and provides comprehensive support through the following interrelated programs and services.