A respected gyn surgeon, Dr. Paul S. Singh oversees a private practice in Tehachapi, California. Dr. Singh acts as Medical Director at the group practice, which consists of four gynecologic surgeons specializing in female pelvic reconstructive surgery and urogynecology. Dr. Singh also provides procedures to treat menopausal issues and infertility. The practice soon plans to offer a host of new treatments, including liposuction and breast augmentation, as well as facial rejuvenation.
Dr. Paul S. Singh has studied physical and biochemical sciences extensively, conducting award-winning research throughout his education and career. Dr. Singh graduated summa cum laude with his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from The College of Mount Saint Vincent, where he also earned the Marjorie Connelly Award for academic excellence in science in 1994. In the previous year, Dr. Singh received The Pew Charitable Trusts research award for his molecular genetics research at Cornell University.
After receiving his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at New York Institute of Technology in 1998, Dr. Paul S. Singh spent four years training in a wide range of hospital settings and major academic centers, including Yale University; Sloan-Kettering Institute; Pacific Reproduction Center; and UCLA, where he completed the last two years of his residency in obstetrics and gynecology. During and after his residency, Dr. Singh received specialized training in urinary/gynecological surgery, infertility, and reproductive endocrinology. He maintains professional affiliations with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chemists Without Borders, and the American College of Surgeons, as well as many others.
Paul S. Singh also serves as the founder of the Center for the Study of Life’s Higher Purpose. He offers the message, “The search for Truth is possible only through scientific quest, using the imaginative power of our minds.” His motivation to form the organization arose from a discussion with a similar group in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. Singh learned that groups like the one in Copenhagen were cropping up across Europe and the informal and free-thinking nature of the dialogue inspired him to start the Center for the Study of Life’s Higher Purpose. He conducts monthly seminars at Beekay Theatre in Tehachapi and welcomes the public to attend.