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Dr. Sarabjeet Singh
Dr. Sarabjeet (Serge) Singh is a board-certified cardiologist at Insight Hospital and Medical Center’s Department of Cardiovascular Medicine. Originally from Queens, New York, Dr. Singh wanted to pursue a career in medicine from a young age and received his Bachelor of Science degree as a physician assistant at York College of City University of New York (CUNY).
He then continued his education in medicine and graduated from Windsor University School of Medicine, followed by training in internal medicine in Chicago. After completing his residency in internal medicine, Dr. Singh began subspecializing in cardiology and interventional cardiology. Following his training, Dr. Singh worked at Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, IL with heavy emphasis in interventional cardiology.
Dr. Singh is very excited to be part of the Insight family in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, providing care for our local Chicago community.
Dr. Umar Shakur
Dr. Umar Shakur, noninvasive cardiologist. Dr Shakur is chair of cardiology and dedicated to improving cardiac outcomes in Bronzeville and beyond. Also an expert in noninvasive cardiology, Dr Shakur has a special interest in cardio-oncology, which involves management of cancer patients at risk for cardiotoxicity from chemo or immunotherapies. Dr Shakur has trained at the Medical College of Wisconsin for internal medicine, a chief medicine year at Brown University, and cardiology at St Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Dr. Neha Patel
Dr. Neha Patel, noninvasive cardiologist. Dr Patel is dedicated to understanding her patients’ needs and charting the best plan of care. As an expert in noninvasive cardiology, she uses diagnostic testing including EKGs, echocardiography, stress testing, and CT imaging to establish the presence of heart disease and its management. Dr Patel has trained at Sinai Chicago for internal medicine and cardiology.
Dr. Bobby Diniotis
Dr. Bobby Diniotis, interventional cardiologist. Dr Diniotis is passionate about delivering the best care to his patients. He is able to perform procedures that can establish the presence and extent of coronary artery disease (cardiac catheterization) and also perform interventions, like placing a stent, when appropriate. Dr Diniotis has trained at Sinai Chicago for internal medicine, cardiology, and interventional cardiology.
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