Rajinder P. Singh, DO


Dr. Singh joined Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders in 2011, specializing in Epilepsy. He is the Medical Director of The Neuroscience Institute Epilepsy Center at Kettering Health Network. He is board certified in Neurology and Epilepsy. He received his medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 2006. He completed his neurological residency and fellowship training in Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy at Loyola University Medical Center. Dr. Singh joined the Wallace-Kettering Neuroscience Institute in 2011. He has special interest in treating patients with refractory epilepsy, including vagal nerve stimulator placement and pre-surgical evaluation for epilepsy patients.

He graduated from Elmhurst College, Illinois, Summa Cum Laude, in 2002, with dual degrees; a B.S. in science and a B.S. in philosophy. He also minored in theology. Securing his doctoral degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 2006, Dr. Singh then completed his post-graduate year one at Providence Hospital in Michigan, and his 3-year neurology residency at Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, Illinois. Dr. Singh’s passion for learning all he could about epilepsy led him to do a fellowship in clinical neurophysiology, with specific training in EEG/VEEG, IOM, and EMG/NCV, also at Loyola University Medical Center. He completed this fellowship in 2011. Dr. Singh became board certified by the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry in 2011. He is also certified in Epilepsy by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Epilepsy (ABPN).

While Dr. Singh worked at Loyola, he received the MAGIS Star Award. This prestigious honor is bestowed upon a staff member who has “extraordinarily displayed the MAGIS principles of care, concern, respect and cooperation for patients.” Dr. Singh also exhibited his commitment to teaching by being a part of the Loyola Physician Mentor Program, mentoring second year medical students. Dr. Singh continues his passion for teaching by working closely with the residents of the Kettering Medical Center-Grandview residency program. He has also published several articles in medical journals.

Dr. Singh came from India as a teenager. He is married and has two children. His interests include being a car enthusiast, as well as learning about history and comparative analysis of religions. Dr. Singh is fluent in 4 languages.