Shailendra Singh, MD

Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Interventional Cardiology
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Area of focus ?
Coronary Angiography, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Structural Heart Disease
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Lehigh Valley Heart and Vascular Institute
Languages spoken
English, Hindi

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About Dr. Singh

Philosophy of care

My practice philosophy is to hold your welfare – the patient’s welfare – first and foremost. I am committed to providing you with personalized, high-quality care, whether I am seeing you in the office for an appointment or in the hospital. I especially value clear, prompt and respectful patient-physician communication. Although my expertise in interventional cardiology involves treating existing blockages, I strongly believe that prevention is the key to long-term good health and much of that comes from excellent control of cardiovascular risk factors. My goal is to provide optimal evidence-based care with the best possible outcomes for you. I strive to put that into practice every day.

Why I entered medicine

As a biomedical engineering student, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to assist in innovating novel cardiovascular technology while working with many physician-scientists and their patients. I quickly observed the inexplicable bond that exists between physicians and patients. This allowed me to truly appreciate the value of medicine and the importance of bridging the gap between engineering and medicine. Today I find the constant progress within cardiovascular treatments inspiring due to rapid innovation that brings minimally invasive therapies to our patients. I am consistently energized and motivated by patients who benefit from quicker recovery, better outcomes, and improved survival rates. Cardiology is a dynamic field seeing prolific advancement on all fronts, with interventional cardiology at the forefront of many leading-edge technologies. Interventional cardiology is truly gratifying to me since it utilizes revolutionary therapies to immediately help critically ill patients. I find my work meaningful as well as impactful.

Community involvement

As a native of the Lehigh Valley, I am eager to leverage my expertise to give back to the community that fostered my growth. Having family and friends in this very area makes me even more passionate about educating, not only my patients and their families but also the entire community regarding cardiovascular disease and new evidence-based therapies. I have spoken at various forums around the Lehigh Valley, published articles online and in our local newspaper and will continue to look for new opportunities and mediums to share information. I volunteer to create awareness in the community while conducting cardiac health screenings.

Personal interests

During my leisure time, I love playing sports like basketball, tennis, golf and squash. I enjoy reading, traveling, hiking, learning about different cultures and spending time with my family.


Carnegie Mellon University, BS - Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering, 2006

Medical Training
St. Georges University School of Medicine, MD, 2011


Internship 2012
Internal Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine/Hahnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Residency 2014
Internal Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine/Hahnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Fellowship 2017
Cardiovascular Disease, North Shore University Hospital - Long Island Jewish Medical Center - Hofstra Northwell SOM, Manhasset, NY

Fellowship 2018
Interventional Cardiology, North Shore University Hospital - Long Island Jewish Medical Center - Hofstra Northwell SOM, Manhasset, NY


American Board of Internal Medicine - Interventional Cardiology
American Board of Internal Medicine - Cardiovascular Disease
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine

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