Doctor - patient relationship is the centerpiece of a medical practice. The most fundamental part of that process if ability of the physician to diagnose, treat the patient with expertise, empathy and understanding.
A global, unified approach to diagnosis is fundamental to success. Mutual trust must exist between the patient and the doctor, and this relationship should not be breached by any external interference, regulation or a fiat.
Patient confidentiality must be respected at all times, and patient's dignity respected.
Dr. Singer is an internationally recognized researcher, clinician, and professor, who is providing world-class heart care. As worldwide known researcher, Dr. Singer was actively involved in major clinical studies that brought state-of-the-art technology and treatments to the forefront. Dr. Singer has authored five widely used textbooks in electrophysiology: "Clinical Manual of Electrophysiology," Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, MD; "Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator," Future, Armonk, NY; "Interventional Electrophysiology," Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, MD; "Nonpharmacological Therapy of Arrhythmias for the 21st Century: The State of Art," Futura, Armonk, NY; and "Interventional Electrophysiology, Second Edition," Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA. In addition, he has published extensively in medical journals and has contributed to numerous highly respected textbooks on cardiac pacing and electrophysiology. He received his internal medicine training at Sinai Hospital and cardiology training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He was Professor of Medicine, and Director of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia Service at the University of Louisville 1987-2003, and was the Executive Medical Director, and the Director of Clinical Research, at the Methodst Heart Lung and Vascular Institute. He held an appointment as the Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Illinois, 2003-2008. Dr. Singer is the President and the CEO of Advanced Cardiovascular Specialists, PSC, and the Emeritus Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Louisville. He has clinical appointments in all major hospitals in Louisville , KY and southern Indiana, including Jewish Hospital, Norton Hospitals, Baptist Hospital East, Clark Memorial Hospital and Flloyd Mmeorail Hospital in New Albany. Dr. Singer is ABIM Certified In Cardiovascular Diseases, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Internal Medicine, and is the Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, Internal Medicine and Angiology. He is also Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and a member of the American Heart Rhythm Society.