Anita Singal, M.D.

Dr. Singal is a Board-Certified Internist who graduated from University at Buffalo in Buffalo, New York, in 2014. Originally, she completed Medical School at Government Medical College Chandigarh, India. She worked in a nonprofit Community Health Center in New York City, New York, right out of residency, where she worked with underserved populations. She also worked at a Veterans Affairs Hospital in New Jersey, where she treated diverse medical conditions in high-risk patients with multiple co-morbidities. She decided to move to Austin to be close to her family. She specializes in the treatment of acute and chronic medical conditions. She is highly competent in managing Diabetes Mellitus, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and Congestive Heart Failure. She is also an experienced and award-winning medical researcher and was the team leader of the Pulse Polio Immunization Program organized by the World Health Organization during her medical school years. In her leisure time, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, biking, and listening to music.

Care Philosophy

My care philosophy is to provide individualized care to my patients. I am a staunch believer and advocate of individualized patient care. Depending on the comorbidities, work, diet, and lifestyle of each patient, their treatment plan needs to be adjusted and tuned accordingly. My aim is to get to know my patient and his/her needs very well and then discuss a treatment plan that will suit him/her the most. I want my patients to advocate for themselves and take ownership of their health.

Accepting New Patients: Yes, Including Medicare, Private Pay, and Most Commercial Insurances
Education

Medical: Government Medical College, Chandigarh, Pubjab, India
Residency: University at Buffalo, NY

Languages Other Than English: Hindi, Punjabi
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