PORT JEFFERSON, NY – Oncologist, Nakul Singhal, MD has joined New York Cancer & Blood Specialists and will be accepting new patients at our Bayside and New Hyde Park locations.
It has been Dr. Singhal’s life-long passion to study medicine. Dr. Singhal notes that being a physician allows him to combine his interest in science with his love for helping other people. “The oncology field is fascinating with emerging therapies such as immunotherapy, CAR-T therapy, and targeted therapy,” said Dr. Singhal. “I look forward to being part of the change in the coming years.”
He attributes the skills he has developed from being well-versed in hematology and oncology. “I found myself drawn to not only the complexity behind hematology and oncology patients but also to the amount of creativity and empathy required to take care of each individual patient. It was a perfect fit” said Dr. Singhal.
Dr. Singhal earned his medical degree from the University Of Toledo College Of Medicine in 2007. Continuing his education, Dr. Singhal completed his residency at North Shore LIJ-Lenox Hill Hospital followed by one year of internal medicine at Mount Sinai. As Chief Fellow at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in 2015, Dr. Singhal developed a learning curriculum for fellows and led many teaching conferences. Prior to joining NYCBS, Dr. Singhal practiced at Hackensack Meridian Health and Atlantic Hematology Oncology Associates, LLC in New Jersey.
NYCBS welcomes the knowledge and skills that Dr. Singhal has to offer our practice. “I will bring the most personalized treatment plan for patients at NYCBS so they receive the most effective treatments possible,” said Dr. Singhal. “This is an amazing opportunity with New York Cancer & Blood Specialists’ growth and innovations in cancer treatment.”
To make an appointment with Dr. Singhal, call 718-975-6666/516-336-5258.
New York Cancer & Blood Specialists is committed to our patients. We are dedicated to providing each patient with a unique path to treatment and unmatched support. We strive to make quality, community-based cancer care available in each and every New York community.