Ajeet Singh

Ajeet Singh is a physician advocate, working on the front lines of safety-net healthcare delivery while supporting a range of public health interventions to improve the lives of patients. He received his medical degree from Loyola Stritch in Chicago, and completed an MPH in health policy at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. In partnership with the American Medical Association and American College of Physicians, he has spent the last six years actively engaged in legislative and regulatory advocacy for public health priorities at the county, state, and national levels.


The Public Health Consequences When Railroads Don't Pay Sick Leave

How workers, families, and employers suffer when sick leave policies are thin


Health Starts at Home: The Crisis of Rising Evictions During a Pandemic

Rising evictions will drive COVID-19 infection rates, unless the United States makes housing security a priority