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Harpreet Singh, MD

Family Medicine Physician

Washington Hospital

Harpreet Singh, MD, is a board-certified family medicine physician. Dr. Singh, who joined Washington Township Medical Foundation in 2019, was inspired to practice family medicine by his desire to build long-lasting relationships and provide a full spectrum of care for his patients. “I want to address not only my patients’ medical health, but also their psycho-social health,” he explained.

Practicing medicine at Washington Township Medical Foundation is a homecoming for Dr. Singh, who grew up in Fremont, where his parents still live.

“At Washington Township Medical Foundation, I have an opportunity to help my patients to a better tomorrow,” Singh said. “We want them to make healthy lifestyle choices, be inspired to achieve their goals, pursue higher education, and stay positive and persistent.”

Dr. Singh received a Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical engineering from the University of California, Davis. He then studied medicine at St. George’s University School of Medicine, both in the U.K. and in Grenada, West Indies, and participated in several clinical clerkships in the U.S. He has been an associate physician at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in Santa Clara, and at U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group in Union City.

In addition to providing health care to the community, Dr. Singh is passionate about improving the overall quality of life for its residents, especially in terms of literacy. He is active in fundraising events, such as the Run for Health, where the funds are used to purchase books for children, as well as discussing literacy with his patients’ parents.

Dr. Singh’s interests also include reading, hiking, basketball, music and cooking. He and his wife look forward to one day starting a family. “This is a wonderful community in which to raise a family,” said Singh, whose expertise has been certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. “The diversity here, and essentially the feeling of home, are very important to us.”

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