Dr Jack Singer is a Consultant Paediatrician working full time in private practice. He is part of the Harley Street Paediatric Group, working directly alongside leading specialists in the field of paediatry. Dr Singer's philosophy is to provide all of his paediatric patients with complete and comprehensive care.
After achieving his medical degree in 1975, Dr Singer embarked on his paediatric training at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston. Following this, he then moved on to carry out research at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at the National Institute of Health Bethesda Maryland, where he spent four years. After his time here, he then joined the globally renowned and highly respected Professor Paul Polani at the Paediatric Research Unit at Guy’s Hospital. He is currently based at Harley Street Clinic where he offers his services in all aspects of paediatric medicine, with particular interest neurodevelopmental paediatrics and allergy.
Dr Singer is still very much involved in research, and has published a number of papers and book chapters in the field of paediatrics. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Child Health at Imperial College London.
Dr Singer is a member of a number of official bodies, including the Private Practice Committee of the British Medical Association (BMA), a council member of the Independent Doctors Federation, a Trustee of the Little Foundation and 'Homes from Home' as part of The Sick Children’s Trust, as well as an Assessor for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH).