Leadership Team

Rameet Singh, MD, MPH FACOG – Medical Director

Dr. Rameet Singh joined Twistle to grow its Women’s Health program through business partnerships and clinical pathways expansion. She practiced academic medicine for 15 years at the University of New Mexico (UNM) and Johns Hopkins University while teaching and serving in several different leadership positions. Dr. Singh now serves as a consulting Medical Director to the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) Family Planning Program while also serving as the Medical Director of the Reproductive Health ECHO clinic a collaboration between ECHO, UNM and NMDOH. She has conducted research studies and program development nationally and internationally. 

Dr. Singh is a board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist with a sub-specialization in Family Planning. She received a medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and earned a Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health while completing her Fellowship in Family Planning

Rameet Singh, MD, MPH

Latest Articles Featuring Dr. Singh

Why Healthcare is Ripe for Disruption and How it Can Respond

Why Healthcare is Ripe for Disruption and How it Can Respond

Twistle Medical Director Rameet Singh, MD, MPH FACOG, recently participated in a panel discussion at a HIMSS Accelerate Health digital event. The discussion centered around disruptive innovation in healthcare and how to address it.

Recap of Addressing the Disruptors session at HIMSS Digital Health event

How Healthcare Providers Can Stay Agile in the Face of Disruption

A recent HIMSS panel discussion titled “Addressing the Disruptors” brought together leaders from health systems and digital health technology companies to discuss strategies to compete with new “convenience care” services through innovation and care transformation.

The COVID-19 Vaccine for Pregnant or Breastfeeding Women

The COVID-19 Vaccine for Pregnant or Breastfeeding Women

The COVID-19 vaccination is ultimately a personal choice, but there is a lot of great information available about the vaccine’s safety and efficacy that you can provide to your patients so they feel confident in making their decision.