On February 4th, 2017, the APAMSA region V conference was held at Case Western Reserve University. The conference was sponsored by Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and also featured a talk from the U.S Navy. With over forty medical students from five different schools in Ohio and Michigan, there was a lot of diversity among the audience. We had talks from different speakers on population health and screening of Asian American populations, research mentorship, communication with cultural or language differences, and more. During the conference, students were engaged in learning or discussing about health issues among the Asian American population and how to provide better care for them. At the end of the conference, dinner was served and additional food and drinks were offered at a local bar.