Abby Singleton is a Columbus, Ohio native and a graduate of Ohio Northern University.
Dr. Singleton completed her PGY1 at Saint Joseph East in Lexington, KY and her PGY2
in internal medicine with a focus in academia at East Tennessee State University. Dr.
Singleton is a co-funded faculty member at East Tennessee State University and Bristol
Regional Medical Center. Her current clinical interests include infectious diseases,
pain management, drugs of abuse, and hepatology. Dr. Singleton is an internal medicine
practitioner at Bristol Regional Medical Center where she precepts both pharmacy residents
and students. Dr. Singleton is also the pharmacy residency program director at Bristol
Regional Medical Center.
Education, Degree and Post Graduate Training:
Doctor of Pharmacy - Ohio Northern University 2013
PGY1 - Saint Joseph East; Lexington, KY
PGY2 - East Tennessee State University; Johnson City, TN
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