Dr. Sarah Singh is a board-certified radiation oncologist. As a Georgia native born and raised just outside of Atlanta, she received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the Georgia Institute of Technology before attending medical school at the Medical College of Georgia. After medical school, she completed her internship at the Medical College of Georgia before completing her radiation oncology residency at West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine, where she was appointed the title of chief resident.
Dr. Singh stayed on at WVU as an assistant professor in the department of radiation oncology, where she proved her dedication to high-quality patient care, teaching, and research. Dr. Singh has performed innovative research and authored several articles published in prestigious medical journals. She is meticulous in her application of cutting-edge research to deliver safer and more effective cancer treatments while providing high-quality care. She is one of a very select group of physicians who treat cancer using a magnetic resonance linear accelerator (MR-Linac), which is among the most cutting edge cancer treatments worldwide.
Despite her academic and technical accomplishments, direct patient care and local community outreach are Dr. Singh's true passions. She prides herself on being responsive to patient’s physical and emotional needs and will always go the extra mile to ensure the best possible care. She enjoys collaborating with patients to develop individualized treatment plans with the goal of curative treatment, when possible, and preserving long-term quality of life.
In her free time, she enjoys walking with her husband and dogs or exploring the Atlanta music scene with her friends and family. She enjoys singing, playing guitar, fitness, podcasts and building 3D puzzles.
Dr. Singh currently practices out of our Atlanta office.