Maj Gen (Dr) Pradeep Kumar Singh, VSM (Retd)
Principal Al Falah School of Medical Sciences


 Maj Gen (Dr) Pradeep Kumar Singh.


 MBBS, MD (PSM), VSM (Retd)




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It gives me immense pleasure to inform the public and medical professionals that Al Falah School of Medical Sciences And Research Centre is a tertiary modern hospital with latest equipments and state of art facilities for treatment, control and cure of all types of diseases. It has a team of experienced, energetic and young doctors. The infrastructure & services are at par to any corporate hospital in the country.

The aim is to provide "quality care at an affordable cost"

Dr P K Singh started his journey of success with graduation (MBBS) from AFMC Pune in 1979 and MD in Community Medicine from the same institute.

He has provided his valuable services in the field of Community Medicine to the Indian Army for which he was honored with Commendation Card by General Officer Commanding in Chief in 1992, 2006, & 2014. In 2006, he was honored with Commendation Card by the Vice Chief of Army Staff. In 2007 & 2008 he received the Chief of Army Staff Commendation Card. The honorable President of India awarded him Vishisth Sewa Medal in 2010 for his contributions.

Dr P K Singh diversified his skills by undertaking various courses viz: basic workshop in research methodology, NABH assessors course, Advance course in strategic management, PG diploma in hospital and healthcare management, advance certificate course in computer operations, PG diploma in medico legal system, PG diploma in business administration, computer training programme for health professionals, community health care and research training course by Khon Kaen university, Thailand.

Dr P K Singh has contributed to the manual of health for the Armed Forces, which is a reference textbook for Armed Forces Medical Officers. He was the deputy chairperson editorial board: The Combat Medic which is a bi annual journal published by Director General Medical Services Army focusing on issues of best clinical practices and medical logistics in the tactical and battle field environment.

Dr Singh has undertaken various research projects and has numerous publications in national and international journals. He is the founding member of Indian Society of Hospital Waste management. He is also a fellow of the Indian Public Health Association and Indian Society for Malaria and other Communicable Diseases. Along with more than two decades of teaching experience in various army teaching hospitals, he has also been an examiner of various reputed Universities. Amongst his notable tenures when in service, has been as a young medical officer in Indian Military Team (IMTRAT) Bhutan, as public health advisor in the United Nations peace keeping force (UNSOM) in Somalia and as DGAMS in Army College of Medical Sciences Delhi Cantt.

Extracurricular feathers in his cap include the award for being best outgoing student and best sportsman in school. He has represented Pune University in football and hockey and golf.

When it comes to teaching and learning methods and patient care facilities he has a holistic approach.