Meet Dr. Narendra Singh
Dr. Singh is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (FRCPC), the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (FCCS), the American College of Cardiology (FACC), and the American Heart Association (FAHA). Dr. Singh has been a site investigator in over 125 national and international trials. He actively designs and conducts independent research. He has published extensively on topics ranging from acute coronary syndromes, health outcomes following treatment, disparities in access to care, and South Asian heart disease.
He graduated in the top ten of his class from Dalhousie Medical School in Halifax Nova Scotia and went on to complete residency and fellowship programs in cardiology at the University of Toronto. He practiced for 8 years in Toronto at the Rouge Valley Health System – Centenary site, and continues his Canadian affiliation with Osler Cardiology Associates in Brampton Ontario.
In Canada, he has previously served as director of Scarborough Cardiology Research and the National Secretary of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society. Dr. Singh also co-founded the Greater Toronto Area Community Cardiology organization for specialists.
Dr Singh relocated to Atlanta in 2002. He was a partner with Northside Cardiology PC and in 2010 joined with Atlanta Heart Specialists, LLC, where he served as Director of Clinical Research. In 2020 Dr. Singh opened his own practice NSC Cardiology and NSC Research. Dr. Singh has been a councilor on the board of the Georgia Chapter of the American College of Cardiology. He has been Clinical Assistant Professor at Emory University from 2002-2011, and now is in an equivalent capacity at The Medical College of Georgia – Augusta University. He is also a preceptor at Mercer University, College of Health Professions.
He also is a Senior Clinician Scientist with the Canadian Collaborative Research Network. Since 2007, he has been on the Marquis “Who’s Who in Medicine” publication list and a “Top Doc” in Georgia. In 2011, the Georgia Chapter of the American College of Cardiology commended Dr. Singh with their Distinguished Service Award. He was previously a member of the St Joseph’s Heart Failure Advisory Board. He is a principal author on the CCS Consensus Statement on Cardiac Transplantation with over 60 papers and abstracts. He is a highly sought after lecturer and enjoys teaching students!
Dr. Singh has 5 children. He speaks some Hindi. He enjoys sports, travelling, live performances, and music.
CV Synopsis -Narendra Singh Md
- Born in India. Came to Canada in 1966 and grew up in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
- Graduated in the top 10 in 1987 from Dalhousie Medical School,Halifax, Nova Scotia
- Completed Internal Medicine and Cardiology residency training at the University of Toronto
- Completed Cardiology Clinical Research Fellowship at St. Michael’s Hospital, Univ of Toronto,1994
- Staff Cardiologist, Rouge Valley Health System, Centenary site, Toronto, ON, 1994-2002
- Relocated to Atlanta, GA, June 2002, Cardiologist, North side Cardiology 2002-10, Atlanta Heart Specialists-2010-2020, now with NSC Cardiology /North Atlanta Heart and Vascular Center
Key Current Positions:
- Staff cardiologist, North side Forsyth, Emory-Johns Creek,Emory-St Joseph’s,Piedmont-Atlanta
- Director, Clinical Research Program, NSC Research Inc
- Clinical Assistant Professor –Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, Augusta, GA
- Senior Clinician Scientist /Director–Canadian Collaborative Research Network (CCRN)
- Preceptor-College of Health Professions, Mercer University, Atlanta, GA
Key Professional Memberships:
- Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC), American Heart Association (FAHA)
- Fellow Royal College of Physicians& Surgeons (FRCPC), Canadian Cardiovascular Society (FCCS)
- Board Certified in Cardiology and Internal Medicine both in Canada and the United States.
- Published over 30 articles and 70 abstracts on a wide range of topics in cardiology
- Principal site investigator on over 125 key national and international clinical trials.
- Actively designs and conducts independent investigator initiated clinical research
- Former Member St Joseph’s Hospital IRB, SJRI, SJTRI and North side Cardiac Research group
Awards And Scholarships:
- Recipient of numerous awards and scholarships throughout high school, undergraduate and postgraduate training for academic merit and leadership skills
- Recipient of many awards of recognition for hospital and community service in Toronto
- Recipient of multiple research awards and grants for ongoing projects; focus on East Indian and other ethnic heart disease, health outcomes research and heart failure.
- Enjoys teaching medical students and post-graduate trainees
- Invited to deliver lectures on various topics within the field of cardiovascular medicine.
- Outside interests include live theatre, movies, music, travel, team sports, skiing and golf