Dr. Krishan K Singal (Cardiology)
Having graduated from the AIIMS, Dr. Singal did advanced training at Univ. of Alberta, Canada; Med Col. of Pennsylvania; Univ. of Pittsburgh and the Cook County Hospital in Chicago. He is Board certified in Internal Medicine and also in Cardiovascular Diseases. Dr. Singal started private practice in Glen Burnie area in 1988. He is specially interested in prevention and treatment of Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia, Coronary Artery Disease, Congestive Heart Failure, Cardiac Arrhythmias and Peripheral Arterial and Cerebro-vascular Disease. Dr. Singal has major emphasis on Outpatient care. He is in office every day of the week. The offices have advanced diagnostic facilities that are accredited by Intersocietal Accreditation of Nuclear Cardiology (ICANL) and Intersocietal commission on Echocardiography (ICAEL).
Dr. Savita Singal (Pediatrics)
Dr. Singal is a graduate of LHMC and received her postgraduate training at the Cook County Hospital in Chicago. She was first certified by American Board of Pediatrics in 1989 and then again in 2003.After serving as a pediatric specialist for the Anne Arundel County Health Department for 5 years, she started her private practice in Glen Burnie in 1994. Her areas of interest include Newborn and Adolescent care. She is in office every day of the week and focuses on Outpatient care.
Dr. Samuel Kumah (Internal Medicine)
Having graduated from University of Science and Technology in Ghana, Dr. Kumah did his residency training at Howard University Hospital from 1993 to 1996. After a stint in private practice, he joined VAMC. He is a retired Major of US Army. He is an Associate Professor at University of Maryland Medical School and a Fellow of American College of Physicians. He is specially interested in Preventive Care, Chronic Disease Care and in Men's Health.
Kerri Jones, CRNP (Adult Care)
Kerri joined our team in 2012. She has provided primary care services to the community since 2009. She received her Masters of Science and her Primary Care Nurse Practitioner from the University of Maryland. Before providing primary care, Kerri worked extensively with Neurological and Neurosurgical disorders, spending 8 years of her career at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Neurology/Neurosurgery department. She is a certified Neuro Nurse as well as a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Kerri has an interest in patient education and believes her role as a health practitioner is to empower patients to take responsibility for their own health. People are the most invested in their health when they are educated on their options and then allowed to make their own decisions for care, regardless of what decision the provider may chose. Her goal is to provide each of her patients with evidence based care in an individualized, collaborative and supportive environment blending traditional medicine, alternative and complementary therapies.