Rajiv K Singal, MD, FRCSC

Dr. Singal grew up in Bowmanville Ontario and eventually moved to Timmins where he graduated from high school. He went on to receive his medical degree in 1990 from the University of Toronto. He did his postgraduate surgical training in Toronto, obtaining his board certification in Urology with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in 1995. A fellowship from the University of Western Ontario in Minimally Invasive Surgery, Shock Wave Lithotripsy and Kidney Stone disease was completed in 1996.

 

He joined the surgical staff at Michael Garron Hospital (Formerly Toronto East General Hospital) in 1996 and served as Head of the Division of Urology from July 2001 until October 2012.  Currently, Dr. Singal leads the Surgical Robotics Program (jointly run by MGH and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre) and is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto. He supervises the Clinical Endourology Fellowship program at MGH under the umbrella of the University of Toronto and also teaches undergraduate and postgraduate medical trainees. He works on Cancer Care Ontario initiatives related to prostate cancer care and is a member of the Board of the MGH Foundation.  He also serves on the board of Dignitas International

 

Dr Singal continues to spend most of his free time with his wife watching his three kids turn into amazing young adults.  

 

Specialties

  • Surgical management of kidney stones
  • Genitourinary cancers, including prostate, kidney and bladder
  • Minimally invasive surgery, including laparoscopic and robotic procedures

 

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MEDIA EVENTS

November 13, 2014:  TEGH Live Tweeted a Robotic Prostatectomy.  Have a look at the summary by Storify

November 13, 2014: Movember  Interview on CBC News with Heather Hiscox

November 13, 2014:  Movember Interview on CTV Toronto with Pauline Chan

November 28, 2014: Using MRI to aid Prostate Cancer Assessment  with Carly Weeks in the Globe and Mail