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rooms for mothers and newborns, thanks to an
endowment of $28 million, the largest gift in the history
of Martin County.
The hospital president is also working to offset the
nursing shortage crisis by collaborating with nursing
educators at Indian River State College and Keiser
University to help train for an essential workforce.
Cleveland Clinic Martin Health also provides
job incentives for nursing graduates by offering
$15,000 in loan repayment a year to new hires with
good standing. Singh adds that the hospital encourages
nurses to become leaders in their field by
providing programs to educate and develop their
skills and competencies.
As Singh looks to the future for the hospital, he
draws upon its past by pointing out Cleveland
Clinic’s 100-year history. As president, he says he’s
very excited with the challenge and the opportunity
to help the community and to create a continuously
improving health care organization for the future.
“Cleveland Clinic has been here for 100 years,
and we will be for the next 100 years,” he says.
“We often ask, ‘What does the landscape look like
beyond us here in 100 years? What does the landscape
of this community look like? Are we going to
make an impact now that will be helpful toward our
“We are excited for the future of what Clinic Martin
Health can offer the community and take stock of what
we are doing each and every day to achieve this.” E
CLEVELAND CLINIC MARTIN HEALTH
Singh with his wife, Dr. Simran Singh, and Dr. Madhu Sasidhar, president of Cleveland
Clinic Tradition Hospital, enjoy the festivities at the 20th Goombay Bash, an annual
event that was held in June at The Mansion at Tuckahoe in Jensen Beach to raise funds
for maternal child and pediatric services.