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Cumming Cardiologist
Dr. Narendra Singh

Narendra Singh MD FRCPC FACC FAHA, is a Clinical Assistant Professor, Georgia Regents University in Augusta, and the Director-Clinical Research, Atlanta Heart Specialists, LLC. Dr. Singh studied at the Dalhouse Medical School in Halifax, Nova Scotia and went on to complete a residency and cardiology fellowship at the University of Toronto.

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    ABOUT DR. SINGH: Dr. Singh is a member of Atlanta Heart Specialists (AHS), an independent cardiology practice. “We are not owned by any hospital or university entity. Accordingly, when there is a service we do not provide in our office, I can offer my patients the best referrals regardless of which hospital system that involves,” Dr. Singh explained. Dr. Singh’s delivery of care is best described as patient-centred care. “We are partners in the decision-making process. While I have the clinical expertise, it is the patient who will undergo the treatment and therefore they should always have the final say on what is right for them,” stated Dr. Singh. “I am a strong believer in evidence-based medicine.

    Any medications or treatment advice I offer has a high-quality clinical trial behind it to support its use. There is no point in taking a pill without a good reason to justify its use. Information empowers patients to take control of their health; I want to be their change agent.

    ”Dr. Singh is aware that patients may complain that their time with their doctor is too short. “I recognize that office visits are often too short; I place a lot of emphasis on educational materials that are available on my personal website www.heartdrsingh.com. They reinforce information I provided in the office. I send regular newsletters to patients; these are also available on our website,” explained Dr. Singh. All patients receive a discharge summary upon completion of their office visit.

    Dr. Singh is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Georgia Regents University and Director of clinical research within his group.

    He is a Clinician Scientist with the Canadian Cardiovascular Research Network. Dr Singh also serves as a councilor on the Georgia Chapter, American College of Cardiology board.

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    The Value of Research

    “I run a large clinical research unit that is recognized nationally and internationally for excellence. At Atlanta Heart Specialists, we can provide our patients early access to promising new therapies in a safe and caring environment. It is also important to know that you can participate in our research trials and still see your own established cardiologist,” Dr. Singh explained.

    Dr. Singh has participated in clinical trials for over 15 years.“The diligent efforts of our highly talented team of certified clinical research coordinators, ensure those patients who choose to participate in clinical trials do so in an enjoyable, safe, caring and comforting environment,” Dr. Singh added.

    More than any specialty in medicine, cardiology owes its success to an impressive array of clinical trials that have brought us wonder drugs such as beta blockers, statins, ACE inhibitors, and wonder devices such as stents, pacemakers and ICD’s.

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    About Cumming , Georgia

    Cumming is a city in Forsyth County, Georgia, United States, and the sole incorporated area in the county. It is an exurban city, and part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. Its population was 5,430 at the 2010 census, up from 4,200 in 2000.

    The area, now called Cumming, was first inhabited by Cherokee tribes. They came in 1755. The Cherokee and Creek people developed disputes over hunting land. After two years of fighting, the Cherokee won the land in the Battle of Taliwa. The Creek people were forced to move south of the Chattahoochee River.

    The Cherokee coexisted with white settlers until the discovery of gold in Georgia in 1828. Settlers that moved to the area to mine for gold pushed for the removal of the Cherokee.

    Northside Hospital Forsyth

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    1400 Northside Forsyth Drive,
    Suite 340, Cumming, GA 30041

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    Mondays & Wednesdays 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

     

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