Local Doctor Graduated from Leading Integrative Medicine Fellowship

TUCSON, Ariz., October 10, 2017

Marvin Singh, MD, a local clinician at Scripps Memorial Encinitas Hospital and with Coastal Gastroenterology, a Division of Genesis Healthcare Partners, has graduated from the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the Center for Integrative Medicine, at the University of Arizona College of Medicine—Tucson.

Marvin Singh, MD, a board certified Gastroenterologist in Encinitas specializes in Integrative and General Gastroenterology and has spent several years serving his local communities.

Dr. Singh joins an elite group of practitioners to have initiated studies with this internationally-recognized integrative medicine program. Launched in 1997 by integrative medicine pioneer Andrew Weil, MD, the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine is a 1,000-hour, two-year distance-learning program for physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.

“We’re excited to have Dr. Singh as a graduate of this competitive and intensive program of study,” said Hilary McClafferty, MD, associate professor in the Department of Medicine, co-director of the Fellowship, and director of the Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency program for the UA Center for Integrative Medicine. “He showed a deep commitment to medicine and patient care in his personal statement and application and I’m fully confident that this two-years of additional training will give Dr. Singh the tools to excel in integrative medicine and become a leader in the field.”

For more information about the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine, visit www.azcim.org/Fellowship

About the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine

The University of Arizona Center for Integrative is leading the transformation of healthcare by training a new generation of health professional and by empowering individuals and communities to optimize health and wellbeing through evidence-based sustainable, integrative approaches—including all aspects of lifestyle—and emphasizes the therapeutic relationship between practitioner and patient. To learn more about the Center, visit www.azcim.org