About Dr. Raymond Singer,
Heart Valve Surgeon
Hello! My name is Dr. Raymond Singer and I am a cardiac surgeon having graduated from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 1984. To date, I have performed approximately 7,000 cardiac surgeries, of which 3,000 involved heart valve procedures. I regularly perform surgery at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery. Read more...
13 Patient Reviews for
"I selected Dr. Raymond Singer for his proven track record here in Pennsylvania is excellent! I am doing great!"
-- Barry Kanick, heart valve surgery patient
"Dr. Singer is an excellent surgeon. He replaced my aortic valve and an ascending aneurism. As he said “I’m fixed“. Six weeks later, I feel great.
Dr. Singer was highly recommended by other patients and other medical staff. Dr. Singer is also a very confident surgeon and a great communicator."
-- Frank Mohr, Aortic Valve, Valve Replacement, 03/15/2023
My Specialities &
My heart surgery specialties include:
- Mitral valve repair
- Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR)
- Complex combined valve and aneurysm surgery
In addition, I have research and clinical interests specific to:
- Principal investigator of US Low-Risk TAVR Trial
Education, Training & Certificates
Dr. Raymond Singer, heart surgeon, graduated from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 1984.
Dr. Singer completed both his General Surgery and Cardiothoracic Residencies at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society as a House Officer.
Dr. Singer is Board Certified in Cardiothoracic Surgery and has performed over 7,000 heart and lung operations since completing his training in 1992. He is recognized as leading one of the most successful cardiothoracic practices in the country. He has held academic positions as Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of South Florida College of Medicine and at the Penn State University College of Medicine.
Additional awards include the Armandi Goracci, MD Memorial Prize for Teaching, the DuPont Pharmaceutical Young Investigators Award, The Pennsylvania Association for Thoracic Surgery Award for Clinical Research, the American Heart Association Physician Award for Acute Care in Cardiovascular Surgery, and the Distinguished and Exceptional Attainments in Life Alumni Achievement Award at Muhlenberg College. The Consumers' Research Council of America, based in Washington, D.C. has placed Dr. Singer on the "America's List of Top Surgeons" in 2002-2019. US News and World Report has ranked Dr. Singer among the nation's "Best Doctors" for 2011-2019. Dr. Singer also received the Eternal Flame Award and the Legacy Award by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.
Dr. Singer is a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons, the American College of Cardiology, and the American College of Chest Physicians, as well as the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS). Dr. Singer had served on the STS Workforce on Health Policy, Reform, and Advocacy and the STS PAC Board of Advisors. Dr. Singer continues to serve on the Editorial Board of American Health and Drug Benefits, a peer-reviewed journal focused on value-based healthcare.
with Dr. Raymond Singer, MD
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Singer, you can:
- Call (484) 255-4276 right now
- Request an appointment by clicking here.
The office of Dr. Singer is located at 609 W. Germantown Pike, Suite 250, East Norriton, PA 19043. To get driving directions to this office, please click the map below.
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News & Online References Featuring Dr. Raymond Singer
Here is the latest news featuring Dr. Raymond Singer:
- Patient Advice: Find The Best Surgeon for You!
- CDC Update: What Should You Know About Heater Cooler Machines, Infections & Heart Surgery?
- HeartLungDoc.com: The Personal Website of Dr. Raymond Singer
- Dr. Raymond Singer: Reflection on 7,000 Operations & 25 Years As A Heart Surgeon
- Expert Surgeon Profile: Raymond Singer, MD, at Einstein Healthcare Network in East Norriton, Pennsylvania
- Antidepressants & Heart Valve Disease: What Should Patients Know?
- Surgeon Q&A: How Is Social Media Helping My Patients?
Page last updated: September 29, 2023