Dr Singer's philosophy is to offer a complete paediatric service to all his patients. As part of the Harley Street Paediatric Group he works directly with top paedicatric specialists to offer patients complete care for all their needs.
Dr Singer graduated medicine in 1975 and trained in Boston at The Children's Hospital Medical Centre and Harvard University. Following that, he spent 4 years at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at the National Institute of Health Bethesda Maryland. He spent some time in research, having joined Professor Paul Paulani at The Paediatric Research Unit at Guy’s Hospital. Currently, he is working privately at his consulting rooms on Harley Street and is particularly interested in Neurodevelopmental Paediatrics and Allergy but also covers all aspects of paediatric medicine.
Dr Singer is still involved in research, having published many papers in Paediatrics and is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Child Health at Imperial College.
Dr Singer is a member of the Private Practice Committee of the B.M.A, a Council member of the Independent Doctors Forum, a Trustee of the Little Foundation and the Home from Home Sick Children’s Trust as well as an Assessor for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.