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Abhinav Singh, MD, MPH

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Dr. Singh is both an internist and a sleep physician who treats a wide variety of patients with sleep disorders and has 15 years of experience in clinical and sleep research.

Dr. Singh obtained his bachelor’s degree in medicine and surgery from the University of Mumbai, India, and his master’s degree in public health from the University of Illinois, Chicago. He completed both his internship and residency in internal medicine at St. Joseph Hospital, University of Illinois, Chicago, and his fellowship in sleep medicine at Northwestern University, Chicago.

He is currently the medical director of the Indiana Sleep Center, which is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He is also an advisory board member of Jazz Pharmaceuticals, a board member of the Medical Executive Committee of Indiana Internal Medicine Consultants, LLC, and an advisory board member of MonitAir, LLC.

Dr. Singh is the editor of Sleep Watchers, a quarterly newsletter of the Indiana Sleep Center, and is a peer reviewer of various scientific journals, including the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Sleep Health, and Journal of Sleep Disorders: Treatment and Care. He is active in doing research and has published numerous articles to his name.

Dr. Singh has implemented several public health initiatives regarding sleep disorders and patient safety. His most recent one is related to the COVID-19 pandemic, where he runs a free medical clinic for stranded families, implements telemedicine initiatives, and serves as part of the expert panel of the India Association of Indianapolis.

Dr. Singh is also passionate about teaching. He is an assistant clinical professor at Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine, a faculty member of the Franciscan Health Indianapolis Family Medicine Residency Program, and a preceptor of the University of Indianapolis Nurse Practitioner Program. He firmly believes in the idea of “360 degrees of sleep awareness,” and his mission is to educate as many patients, families, friends, and peers as possible about the importance of sleep and its impact on health.

“Prevention is always better than cure” is his motto.

Last modified on: 03-08-2021