Work History


Medical Director, Specialist (Cardiac Disease), General Physician

Charter Oak Family Health Center, Hartford, CT

Specialist (Cardiac Disease), Executive Director

Chairman of the Board

Avon Medical Group, Avon, CT



Teaching History

University of Connecticut (UCONN)

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • Responsible for teaching medical students, residents, and cardiology fellows
  • Newington, CT – Veteran’s Administrative Hospital
  • Teaching of Echocardiographic Interpretation to Cardiology Fellows

Post University

  • Precepting Nurse Practitioners

Quinnipiac University

  • Precepting Mid-Level Practitioners


Education and Medical Training


M.B.B.S; Hons. University of the West Indies (U.W.I.)

  • Honors: Community and Preventative Medicine (Medal Winner)
  • Distinction: Clinical Pharmacology (Medal Winner)
  • Honors: Pathology and Microbiology (Medal Winner)
  • Distinction: Obstetrics and Gynecology (Medal Winner)
  • Distinction: Medicine and Therapeutics (Medal Winner)
  • Harry Bailey Memorial Book Prize
  • Winner of the Clinical Medal


Rotating Internship

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados


Senior House Officer (SHO)/Junior Registrar Internal Medicine.

Successful Completion of D.M. PT. 1

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados


Post-Doctoral Fellowship; Clinical Pharmacology

Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY


Residency: Internal Medicine

Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY

  • Selected by Peers as “Best Resident”
  • Awarded Frank Netter Multi-Volume Atlas of Anatomy


American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)

Internal Medicine Certification


Fellowship; Specialty, Cardiovascular Diseases

Long Island Jewish Medical Centre, New Hyde Park, NY


American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)

Specialty, Cardiovascular Diseases


American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)

Specialty Recertification, Cardiovascular Diseases




Weintraub , Singh S, Byrne L, Maharaj K, Guttmacher L., 1991: Consequences of the 1989 New York State triplicate benzodiazepine prescription regulations. JAMA. 1991 Nov 6;266(17):2392-7.


Weintraub, M.; Singh, S.; Rubio, A., 1993: Fluoxetine effects on uric acid Failure to replicate previous observations. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics. 53(2): 220


Singh, S., Prescod, L. and Fraser, H.S., 1988:  A prescription analysis of drug utilisation in polyclinics in Barbados, ibid, p. 13.

Singh, S., Clarke, W., Holder, R., Mellanson-King, R., Jordan, O. and Fraser, H.S., 1989: Glycaemic response to local staple foods in diabetics. West Ind. Med. J. 38, (Suppl), 24-25.

Flower, C.H., Levett, P.N., Singh, S. and Fraser, H.S., 1991: Prevalence of asymptomatic bacteruria in diabetic females in Barbados, West Ind. Med. J. 40 (Suppl 1), 34-35.

Singh S., Evans S.J., Rathod S., Insel S., Blumberg S., Bodenheimer M., 1995:  QT dispersion and inducibility of ventricular tachycardia during programmed electrical stimulation, PACE 18:821.

Black Henry R., Elliott William J., Neaton James D., Singh S., et. al. (CONVINCE Research Group, Principal Investigator, Hartford, CT): Baseline Characteristics and Early Blood Pressure Control in the CONVINCE Trial, Hypertension.2001; 37: 12-18doi: 10.1161/01.HYP.37.1.12.

Black, Elliott WJ, Grandits G, Grambsch P, Singh S., et. al. (CONVINCE Research Group, Principal Investigator, Hartford, CT):  Principal results of the Controlled Onset Verapamil Investigation of Cardiovascular End Points (CONVINCE) trial. JAMA. 2003 Apr 23-30;289(16):2073-82.

Selected Accreditations and Recognitions


  • Member of the American Medical Association
  • Fellow of the American College of Cardiology
  • Member of the American College of Physicians
  • Fellow of the American College of Physician Executives
  • Member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society
  • Named a “Top Doctor” in Connecticut in Connecticut Magazine
  • Voting selected by peers as to the physician they would choose to see if ill
  • Recognized By Patients As a Top Thyroid Doctor
  • Via “Thyroid-Info” Database


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