Dushyant Singh, M.D.


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4200 E. Skelly Drive Suite 700

Tulsa, OK 74135

Open today 8 AM - 4:30PM

Quick Facts

  • Colon Cancer Screenings
  • IBD, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis
  • Acid Reflux/Heartburn
  • Expert Endoscopy and Colonoscopy
  • Currently Accepting New Patients
  • Most Insurance Plans Accepted

Adult Gastroenterology Associates - Tulsa, OK

Gastroenterology in Tulsa, OK

Adult Gastroenterology Associates - Tulsa, OK

4200 E. Skelly Drive

Suite 700

Tulsa, OK 74135

Open today 8 AM - 4:30PM

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About Dushyant Singh, M.D.

Board Certified Gastroenterologist

Dushyant Singh, MD, was born and raised in India; he was the son of a physician, and his father inspired him to help those in need of medical services. Being an outstanding student, Dr. Singh began medical school at age 18, completed his residency, and was selected as Chief resident, and completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology at the University of Missouri – Kansas City.

Dr. Singh is noted for excellence in medicine by his patients and fellow physicians. He is passionate about treating all types of gastrointestinal diseases. Dr. Singh is dedicated to building strong relationships with his patients and providing them with personalized care. He has a special interest in nutrition and the role of diet and the mind in gut health.

He believes in a holistic approach to healthcare, combining Western medicine's latest scientific advancements with Eastern wisdom's healing principles. With a focus on respect and compassion and building strong relationships with his patients, he strives to deliver high-quality and cost-effective medical treatment.

Outside his medical practice, Dr. Singh cherishes spending time with his loved ones, his physician wife and their two daughters. He enjoys traveling, playing golf, and strength and training workouts. Additionally, he nurtures his spiritual well-being through the practice and discipline of yoga and daily meditation.


  • FACP (Fellowship in American College of Physicians), Nov 2011.
    • Fellowship in the College is an honor. Being a FACP is a distinction earned from colleagues who recognize your accomplishments and achievements over and above the practice of medicine. The most important considerations for the ACP Fellowship are excellence and contributions to medicine and the broader community in which the doctor lives and practices.
  • AOA (Alpha Omega Alpha), April 2011.
    • Alpha Omega Alpha, founded in 1902, is the national medical honor society. Election to Alpha Omega Alpha is an honor signifying a lasting commitment to professionalism, leadership, scholarship, research, and community service. A lifelong honor, membership in the society confers recognition for a physician's dedication to the profession and art of healing. More than fifty Nobel Prize winners in Physiology, Medicine, and Chemistry have been AOA members. More than thirty of those were elected to AOA before winning the Nobel Prize. Nearly seventy-five percent of deans of US medical schools are members of AOA. Eight AOA members have served as NASA astronauts.
  • Second prize in research: Missouri ACP Regional Poster Competition, Sep 2009.
  • Medical Staff Wives Award for Excellence in Patient Care: Residency, Jun 2009.
  • First prize in Internal Medicine Research: Residency, Jun 2009.


  • Doctor of Medicine: University of Missouri – Kansas City
  • Internship and Residency: University of Missouri – Kansas City
  • Elected Chief Resident: University of Missouri – Kansas City
  • Fellowship in Gastroenterology: University of Missouri – Kansas City