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Dr. Swaiman Singh

Dr. Swaiman Singh, MD, was born in Amritsar, Punjab, India. He immigrated to the United States with his family at the age of 10 and spent most of his life in New Jersey. There, he earned a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. After a brief stint in Antigua and Barbuda for medical school, he completed his residency in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, before returning to New Jersey.

Dr. Swaiman SinghAs the founder and president of the 5 Rivers Heart Association, which he launched in 2012 and is headquartered in California, Dr. Singh sought to create innovative methods to deliver cost-effective medicine to underserved areas around the globe. Initially providing door-to-door screening and treatment in rural areas of Punjab, India, the organization has expanded its reach. Today, it sets up medical camps in underserved areas across Northern India, offering free medical care, including health screenings and medication for patients. Additional teams have been established in rural areas of Punjab, India, as well as in the U.S., including Texas, California, New York, Illinois, Florida, and Virginia.

Inspired by his family’s history of farming, Dr. Singh, with the help of the 5 Rivers Heart Association, established a free medical clinic and community centers in an abandoned complex. Local farmers can now seek medical treatment for their ailments in this facility. To protect elders, Dr. Singh also constructed shelters with proper security both inside and outside the clinic.

The success of communities in California and American society depends upon the dedication of individuals such as Dr. Swaiman Singh. Assembly member Jasmeet Bains recognizes Dr. Swaiman Singh for his lifetime of services, achievements, and meritorious contributions to humanity. She conveys her best wishes for him to continue his valuable services towards the community.