- Interim Program Director, Hurley Medical Center Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program, Flint, Mich.
- Clinic Director, Hurley Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics outpatient clinic, Flint, Mich.
- Assistant Professor, Hurley Medical Center/Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing, Mich.
Adiraj Singh MD was a stellar resident himself in Hurley’s Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program, serving as an excellent example in interpersonal communication and professionalism, not to mention medical knowledge and clinical excellence. As chief, he was well liked and well respected, and the program was happy to recruit him to stay on as teaching faculty after graduation in 2018. He became interim program director Jan. 1, 2020. He is married with 1 child. In his spare time, he enjoys soccer, tennis, swimming, traveling and cooking.
Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
- Medical School: Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal
- Residency: Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency, Hurley Medical Center/ Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Flint, Mich.
Regional & National Presentations (recent only), with honors
- Primary, Bilateral Breast Abscesses Secondary to Actinomyces Neuii in an Otherwise Healthy Male - A Case Report. Abstract and Oral Presentation by Dr. Adiraj Singh: 19th Annual MSU FAME Community Research Forum, Flint, Mich. May 3, 2017. Coauthors: Adiraj Singh MD, Amanda Winston MD, Vijay Naraparaju MD. Awarded: 1st Place Overall Oral Presentation and IM/Peds Category Best Case
- Padua Score and Braden Scale Correlation for Immobility. Abstract and Poster Presentation: Society of Hospital Medicine Annual Meeting 2016, San Diego, Calif. March 7, 2016. Co-Investigators: Amanda Winston MD, Jenny LaChance MS CCRC, Scott Kaatz DO MSc
- Extending Pediatric Developmental Screening through Faith-Based Partnerships. American Academy of Pediatrics Conference, San Francisco, Calif., July 2016
- Congenital hyperinsulinemia in neonate, secondary to paternal ABCC8 gene mutation. 18th Annual MSU FAME Community Research Forum, Flint, Mich., May 4, 2016. Awarded: Best oral presentation in the IM/Peds Category
- STEMI with unknown cause. Poster Presentation, American College of Physicians-Michigan Chapter, Sterling Heights, Mich., April 2016
Research and Quality Improvement
Dr. Singh has worked on multiple quality-improvement and research projects, including:
- Improving continuity of care for medical residents with their respective patients at a federally qualified health center (FQHC)
- Worked with infectious disease faculty to design in-patient order sets in EPIC for pneumonia for floor and ICU admissions
- Worked with clinic staff to decrease individual encounter timespans for patients who visited a resident clinic/FQHC
- Worked on a QI project about Padua Score-Braden Scale Correlation.
- Volunteer Physician, Special Olympics Sports Physicals, Elmer A Knopf Learning Center, Flint, Mich.
- Volunteer Physician & Co-coordinator, Faith-Based Health Screenings, Flint, Mich.
- Volunteer Physician, Outpatient Health Camp, Gangasagar Mela, West Bengal, India
- Educator, Apneaap Women Worldwide, West Bengal, India (taught physical education to children of sex workers)
- Health Camp Worker and Educator, Baglung, Dhawalagiri, Western Region, Nepal (educated families about health, hygiene, disease prevention)
Professional Memberships & Affiliations (current only)
- Genesee County Medical Society
- American Medical Association
- Michigan State Medical Society
Photo above: Adiraj Singh MD is third from left in above photo, taken during an I-PASS handover workshop in the Pediatrics Residency Training Program. Also pictured (from left) are: pediatric resident Carline Mbeumo MD, pediatric faculty Yaseen Rafee MD, Dr. Singh, and a Michigan State University College of Human Medicine medical student.