Dr. Singh is a retired Spine Surgeon and entrepreneur who has been involved in various startups, developments, partnerships, acquisitions, and turnarounds. As the President of the Boa Vida family of companies, Dr. Singh brings strong leadership. He can adapt to changes in business promptly, allowing for continuous, uninterrupted growth. He has practiced medicine for over 20 years and led several successful entrepreneurial endeavors over that time. Dr. Singh has been actively involved in all facets of healthcare, from surgery centers, imaging centers, physical therapy, hospital operations inclusive of planning and building a new facility, clinical laboratory operations, behavioral health, and related services. He brings a core strength in galvanizing and enhancing the medical staff and hospital strategic initiatives. His focus always remains on patient care and employee relationships, believing that happy employees are the key to good, quality patient care. Dr. Singh completed his residency at Hospital for Joint Diseases Orthopedic Institute in N.Y. and graduated from medical school in 1996 from the University of Texas Medical Branch At Galveston. Subsequently, he completed an Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Indiana University in Indianapolis, IN. Later, Dr. Kirnjot Singh completed a combined Orthopedic and Neurosurgery Fellowship in Spine Surgery at New York University/Hospital for Joint Diseases, N.Y.
Quin Conley is an accomplished healthcare administrative leader, having served almost 2 decades at one of the largest healthcare organizations in the Metropolitan Detroit Area before joining Qualexa Healthcare.
Quin earned a Master of Business Administration Degree with a concentration in Healthcare Management, a Bachelor of Science Degree, and an Associates of Arts in Healthcare Administration. She graduated in the top percentile in all programs as Summa and Magna Cum Laude.
Having held multiple leadership positions varying from care coordination, patient care support, state insurance programs, quality assurance, and medical staff professional services, it was Credentialing that undoubtedly influenced the way Quin views the criticality of healthcare beyond what is commonly perceived. Credentialing Management is not only her chosen profession but her admitted obsession.
Quin has committed her career to patient safety through overseeing efficient credentialing services and processes and adhering to state and federal health laws and regulations, to ensure all medical staff professionals are qualified to provide exemplary care to all patients.