Dr. Sandeep Singh is the Division Leader of Cardiology, Medical Director of Noninvasive Cardiology, and Senior Partner at Crystal Run Healthcare where he has practiced noninvasive cardiology for the past 23 years. He received his M.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, completed his Internal Medicine Residency, and was named Chief Medical Resident at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He completed his Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA, where he also held the title of Clinical Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. He has been named a Castle Connolly Top Doctor every year since 2011. He has also received multiple teaching awards during and after his training. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. In addition to the practice of cardiovascular medicine, he is also involved in clinical research activities around novel anti-hypertensive and anti-coagulant agents, participating in Phase 3 of several clinical trials.
Sandeep has been involved in Gurmat education for many years, initially attending as a child, and now assisting in the coordination of Camp Chardi Kala, a longstanding fixture in the landscape of Sikh Youth Camps. Camp Chardi Kala has been in operation annually each summer for over 45 years. He is also a permanent member of the Board of Trustees of Guru Nanak Mission, Oakland, NJ where he serves as the Director of Education for the Sikh Academy for Gurmat Education (SAGE), a progressive Khalsa School that relates Sikhi to its students by helping them view their world through the Guru’s lens. SAGE was highlighted in a CBS special, “Religion & Identity in Young America,” coordinated by the Sikh Coalition in March of 2019 as part of a multi-year campaign to raise Sikh awareness and combat the bullying of Sikh children; the episode is viewable here.