The Meadows of Napa Valley Welcomes New Medical Director

The Meadows of Napa Valley, the premier retirement community located in the heart of Wine Country, appoints Mark S. Singer, M.D., as the community’s new medical director. Dr. Singer is a seasoned medical professional who brings more than three decades of experience to The Meadows.

In his new role, Dr. Singer will oversee the medical care for assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing residents as well as lead health and wellness initiatives for the 20-acre, continuing care retirement community, which offers its residents a fulfilling, carefree retirement lifestyle with the peace of mind that their future healthcare needs will be met.

“His depth of experience and commitment to caring for patients makes Dr. Singer a perfect choice to lead our healthcare team at The Meadows,” says Wayne Panchesson, executive director of The Meadows of Napa Valley.

Dr. Singer’s career encompasses nearly two decades of experience as an emergency room physician, including more than 15 years serving the Napa community. In 2004, he joined the emergency staff at the St. Helena Hospital and simultaneously began offering his services as ‘The House Call Doc’ in 2005 for his home care practice called, ‘House Calls of Napa Valley.’ His dedication to patients across the Valley also earned him recognition as Napa County Best Physician in 2014 and Napa County Best Doctor in 2016.

“My patients are like family,” says Dr. Singer, “ensuring their quality of care has always been at the heart of what I do and I’m excited to continue my work by bettering the lives of the vibrant, accomplished people who call The Meadows home.”

Dr. Singer earned his Bachelor of Science in biomedical sciences from the University of California, Riverside in 1980 and his doctorate of medicine from UCLA’s School of Medicine in 1983. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and American Association of Physician Specialists, and a diplomat of the American Association Home Care Physicians.