Dr. Emily-Rae Singh joined our faculty as associate director in 2014 after practicing for several years in full-spectrum, solo rural private practice, including operative obstetrics. Prior to this, she worked for two years in Washington at a Community Health Center that specialized in caring for underserved immigrant populations. Her main passions in medicine are in prenatal and maternity care, specifically the joy of ushering new mothers and babies through pregnancy, delivery and the newborn period as a cohesive unit. She also has a passion for teaching obstetrical and bedside point-of-care ultrasound skills.
In 2018, Dr. Singh transitioned (stepped down) from a full-time faculty position into an academic hospitalist role to allow time to finish a Master’s Degree in Education in Health Professions through John’s Hopkins, to develop an in-depth point-of-care ultrasound curriculum for the residency and to spend more time with her two young daughters. As a hospitalist, she enjoys mentoring resident physicians on the inpatient service and continuing full-spectrum inpatient practice.
In her free time, Dr. Singh enjoys hanging out with her family, helping run her family business and cooking amazing Indian food. She is also an avid reader and a happy mother of two little girls.