Ram Singh, M.D. Donates $50,000 to Join Hindu Mandir Board of Trustees
Amrat Patel, Chairman of the Hindu Temple of Las Vegas is pleased to announce Ram Singh, M.D. has joined the Board of Trustee of the local Hindu Mandir by donating $50,000. Dr. Ram Singh joins the exclusive club of donors through his contribution and philanthropic service to the growing and prosperous Hindu community in Las Vegas.
The current price, $50,000, to join the Board Trustee is an increase of $25,000 from the initial amount set by the original Board in 2001. Dr. Ram Singh joining the Board is positive constructive news after a long acrimonious and tumultuous Board brawl at the Hindu Mandir.
Dr. Ram Singh is a 20-years plus resident of Las Vegas and is a practicing Cardiologist in Las Vegas. Dr. Singh is a founder-owner and President of the growing Advanced Heart & Vascular Specialists. Dr. Singh specializes in cardiovascular disease and prevention, coronary stent placement, coronary angiography, peripheral angiography, echocardiography, and nuclear cardiology.
With philanthropy in mind, Dr. Singh, in addition to donating $50,000 to the local mandir, has donated a copious amount to his alma mater, University of Rajasthan. He has also donated to numerous local causes including a donation to St. Rose Hospital’s Dignity Health Foundation and providing holiday dinner to families of the students from one of the most challenging elementary schools in Las Vegas.
Dr. Singh is actively involved with the local Indian community. He is currently serving as President-Elect of the local Indian community club – Friends of India. Dr. Singh has two children, a son who is currently a practicing dentist in California and a daughter working in the Bay Area, California.
Dr. Singh is a graduate of the University of Rajasthan, Bikaner, India. He completed his medical internship at the Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital, Lansing, Michigan, followed by a residency in Internal Medicine at SUNY (State University of New York) Affiliated Hospitals, Buffalo, NY, and Wayne State University Affiliated Hospitals, Detroit, MI. Dr. Singh further continued his medical education with a fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases from the Texas Tech Health Care Center, Lubbock, Texas.