Our dedicated physician is committed to shaping the collective health of our community by offering quality, patient-focused healthcare. Get to know the physician who’s making healthcare accessible to you and the community.
Abdul Durrani, MD
Dr. Durrani has been in practice for over 20 years as a registered Medical Practitioner in both Wisconsin and Illinois, he has dedicated his career to providing exceptional medical care to his patients. His extensive background and expertise are evident in his affiliations and accomplishments:
Education: Alumnus of the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Professional Memberships: He is a proud member of the AMA (American Medical Association) and the State Medical Society.
International Service: From 1986 to 1987, he served on the United Nations Health Commission of Refugees as a Medical Officer, showcasing his commitment to global health.
Specializations: His medical journey has seen him work in various capacities including Urgent Care and Sports Medicine. He is also an ACLS Instructor, further emphasizing his dedication to medical education and training.
Languages: In addition to English, he is multilingual and speaks Spanish, Urdu, Persian, and Pashto. This linguistic proficiency allows him to connect with a diverse range of patients and communities.
Dr. Durrani’s passion lies in family medicine, and he continually strives to offer the best care to his patients, ensuring their health and well-being.
Community Health Centers Deliver Quality Care To Those That Need Us Most
930 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Racine, WI, 53404
The Racine Community Health Center (RCHC) is a 501(c)(3) organization located in Racine, Wisconsin committed to addressing inequities in access to health care for individuals who are disproportionally uninsured, underinsured, and low-income residents living in the City and County of Racine. In partnership with Mayor Cory Mason, County Executive Johnathan Delagrave, and Racine Unified School DistrictSuperintendent Eric Gallien, this community-initiated, grassroots, non-profit organization was formed in 2018 with strong ties to public health, local healthcare systems, and community stakeholders. Clinical services at Racine Community Health Center are provided by Kenosha Community Health Center, Inc.