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Suneet Singh, M.D., FACEP

Education

M.D.
Virginia Commonwealth University, 2002

Residency/Fellowship

Residency
University of Texas Southwestern, 2005

About

Suneet Singh, M.D., FACEP, is an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care.

He was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and grew up in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He received a Bachelor of Science with honors in 1998 from the University of Maryland at College Park. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine in 2002. He completed his internship and residency training in emergency medicine at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas.

After completing his residency in 2005, Singh moved to Austin to join Emergency Service Partners (now U.S. Acute Care Solutions Southwest) and begin working clinically at Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin (SMCA). While at SMCA, Singh held various hospital leadership positions, including chair of the Medical/Ambulatory/Critical Care Peer Review Committee and member of the Medical Executive Committee.

Singh has been an active member of the Austin academic community since his arrival. In 2010, he became the Emergency Medicine Student Clerkship director at the Ascension Seton Family of Hospitals for The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. He held this position until 2017, at which time he became the inaugural Emergency Medicine MS-2 Clerkship director for Dell Medical School. From 2011 to 2017, he also served as a core faculty member for the Emergency Medicine Residency. In 2019, Singh stepped down from his Emergency Medicine MS-2 Clerkship director role to become a mentor for the Developing Outstanding Clinical Skills course as well help teach the MS-1 Leadership course.

Singh and his wife, Sindhi, have two children, Ryder and Jasmine. In his spare time, he enjoys following professional and college sports, especially anything pertaining to The University of Texas at Austin. When not in the hospital or at the Health Learning Building, Singh serves as the assistant medical director for On-Track Operations at the Circuit of the Americas. He has a special professional interest in advancing the model of health care delivery at mass-gathering athletic events.