Noreen Singh, M.D.
Yale University School of Medicine; A Bay Area native, Noreen was born of a northern California seed that gave her a deep appreciation for fresh air and therapeutic sunshine. Moving south for more sun, she delved into French literature and Biology at UCLA to balance a love for stories and science. Winds blew her to the Northeast for medical school, but growing wanderlust took her on a journey through Peru, Oaxaca, and Argentina during a fateful hiatus. Transcending language barriers, she was inspired by profound moments of connection with people she cared for along the way. These moments of clarity revealed the wholeness in Family Medicine and reaffirmed the humanism in medicine that she had always envisioned. Passions she is excited to explore during this next chapter: integrative medicine and cross-cultural healing modalities, palliative care, narrative medicine, global health. Other passions (of many): her partner and love, cooking, travel, yoga, birds, music and dancing, running (to) farmer’s markets, photography, journaling, and dulce de leche.