Dr. Ross grew up in Westfield, Massachusetts and is the oldest of three boys. He decided he wanted to become a doctor to help heal sick children and keep them healthy after he was treated for leukemia as a teenager. He has always loved working with children and throughout his career has enjoyed working as a volunteer at Children’s Hospital and at camps for sick children.
In 2005, he attended Harvard University where he graduated with his Bachelors’ Degree in Biochemical Sciences. It was also during college that he met his future wife, Lela. After college, he attended UCLA where he received his Medical Degree and his Masters of Public Health. He and his wife moved to Colorado in 2014 to complete his pediatric residency training at the University of Colorado / Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Dr. Ross loves his new home here in Colorado. He and Lela are now married and welcomed a son, Nathan, into their family last year. They have two cats, Amos and Josie, that are always getting into trouble around the house. In his free time, Dr. Ross likes spending time with his family, exploring the outdoors while hiking and camping, trying out new recipes, and watching the latest movies and TV shows.