Dr. Sarabjeet Singh is an Interventional Cardiologist at Centric Health’s, Central Cardiology Medical Center in Bakersfield, California. For nearly two decades he has earned his stellar reputation as a top cardiologist of Kern County through his commitment and passion for providing excellent and compassionate care encompassing a broad variety of Cardiology and Peripheral Vascular needs.

 

He began his journey as a medical student with a burning desire to help patients at the age of 17, graduating at age 21 in 1999 from Calcutta University, India. He then went on to complete a rigorous 3-year Internal Medicine residency program at Chowdhary Charan Singh University where he realized he wanted to do more. Turning his focus to the United States to pursue his next level of training, he completed an Internal Medicine Residency program at the University of Chicago School of Medicine affiliated hospitals in 2007.

From here, Dr. Singh realized that nothing would bring him more fulfillment than devoting his life to saving lives from heart disease, so he made the decision to specialize into cardiovascular care. In 2010, Dr. Singh completed his Cardiology fellowship at the University of Chicago and demonstrated outstanding commitment as he was Chief Fellow and clinical instructor, providing mentorship to those training under his lead.

In 2011, Dr. Singh and his beautiful wife, Dr. Jasleen Duggal, Endocrinologist, moved to Los Angeles where he completed an additional fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at the prestigious Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, UCLA. Here, he learned the life-saving techniques that he soon would bring to Bakersfield, which greatly impacted our community and saved many of our very own in Kern County.

From his contributions to the medical community through multiple published works to his service as expert reviewer for renown medical journals, Dr. Singh has significantly added his footprint in cardiology. In pursuit of his passion to fight heart disease at the highest level as an interventional cardiologist, he still made time to cultivate his personal life.

Now as a father of two beautiful children, family of four, he continues his mission to support any community efforts against heart disease. He renders his full support enthusiastically and works closely with great organizations such as, Olivia’s Heart Project, taking initiative to educate our local population on topics such as Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

Words from Dr. Singh: “I am honored to support Olivia’s Heart Project to prevent Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) from taking one more life! I am committed to their effort of eradicating SCA, which is currently the leading cause of non-traumatic sudden death in children and young adults and usually the result of an undiagnosed cardiovascular disorder.”