We are honored to have Dr. Gagandeep Singh join our team. Dr. Singh is a board certified psychiatrist who assesses and treats, children, adolescents and adults. He is a highly credentialed and experienced psychiatrist who offers a caring approach to his patients. We invite you to contact our office manager, Christine Kutt, at: (703) 723-2999 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Singh. We have posted Dr. Singh’s professional biography below for your review and consideration.
Dr. Singh is a Mayo Clinic trained, board certified psychiatrist who treats children, adolescents and adults.
Besides his work at Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services, he also holds a senior leadership position with the Inova Health System and is accountable for the mental health/psychiatry work done at all their hospitals, outpatient clinics and ERs in Northern Virginia. In this capacity, Dr. Singh supervises other psychiatrists and leads clinical efforts across that health system. He has admitting privileges at each of the Inova hospitals. He also continues to be involved in the training and education of the next generation of physicians and psychiatrists.
Dr. Singh has been in practice since 2001, initially in Iowa where he had a busy practice seeing patients from ages 4 thru a 100. He subsequently was on faculty at the University of Utah Medical Center. He also served as the senior psychiatrist for the University of Utah counseling center for several years. During this time, he also directed the electroconvulsive treatment (ECT) service for the University of Utah Hospitals.
Dr. Singh has consistently received awards for his clinical expertise and the care he has given his patients. He is the recipient of the very prestigious Mayo Brothers Distinguished Fellowship Award: an award bestowed at the Mayo Clinic in recognition of an outstanding record in clinical performance, humanitarianism and scholarly activity. He has additional board certification in treating those with combined medical and psychiatric issues.
Dr. Singh feels humbled to be able to help heal his patients and strongly believes that he specializes in seeing people not diseases in his clinical work.