In celebration of National Nurses Week, we honor all of the amazing women in the field.
Ameela Singh is the Owner/Nurse Practitioner at Carpe Diem Concierge Medicine; a concierge/house-call medical service for adults in Maryland that she launched in early 2017.
“I’m excited because this practice allows you to have a deep relationship with your medical provider, which is a golden opportunity today. Knowledge is power, and knowledge about your health sustains life.” ~ Ameela
Born in Georgetown, Guyana Ameela’s family migrated when she was 3, and she was raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland. As a youth, Ameela was always drawn to caring for others whenever her family members were not feeling well or had cuts and bruises. It was inevitable that Ameela would pursue a career in medicine.
Ameela obtained her Bachelors of Science at The University of Maryland, College Park. She then focused her career path in the field of nursing and obtained her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Marymount University and her Masters of Science in Nursing at The George Washington University. She was on the Dean’s list at each institute and was further inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, Nursing Honor Society.
Her medical experience spans many specialties and fields. She began as an RN at The George Washington University Hospital where she served in the NICU and many Med-Surg areas: Acute Stroke, Pulmonary care, Neuro, Ortho, Oncology, and various other medicine services. As a Nurse Practitioner, Ameela has experience in acute primary care, preventative and functional medicine. She has a strong desire to continue to serve her community, under-served communities, and those in need here and abroad. Her one goal if asked “is to leave a tiny footprint in someone’s life.”
For more information on Carpe Diem Concierge Medicine, visit www.cdconciergemed.com.