Adrianne Ross    

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

 

Board of Directors 
Georgia Podiatric Medical Association

 

 

Meet Dr. Ross

The first thing you'll notice about Dr. Ross is a genuine concern about you, the person.  Her focus is a comprehensive plan for your overall health.  She embodies the philosophy that "quality care starts with listening".

 

Dr. Ross' 'listen first' approach allows her to customize a treatment plan that accounts for your lifestyle and goals.  Are you an elite athlete whose training time is an absolute premium?  Perhaps you simply want to keep up with your active grandkids.  Regardless, Dr. Ross has the skill, training, and compassion to help you accomplish your goals.

 

Dr. Ross completed a surgical fellowship and additional training to specialize in the following procedures:

  • Reconstructive plastic surgical techniques

  • Peripheral nerve surgery

  • Adult and adolescent flatfoot reconstruction

  • Foot and ankle trauma

  • Amputation prevention for at-risk patients 

 

As a faculty member of DeKalb Medical Hospital, she fulfills her passion for teaching at one of the nation's leading surgical podiatric residency programs. Dr. Ross' scholarship accomplishments include several articles published in peer-reviewed medical journals. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Podiatric Medical Association.

 

After completing a three-year surgical residency at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dr. Ross further pursued a Trauma and Lower Extremity Reconstruction Fellowship at The University of Louisville Hospital (a Trauma 1 Center) and Jewish Medical Hospital.   

 

Dr. Ross is fluent in both Spanish and Mandarin (Chinese).

 

 

 

Education:

New York College of Podiatric Medicine
New York, NY

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

Bachelor of Science - Biology

Minor in Spanish

 

Certifications:

Certified Professional Coder (CPC-A

 

Place of Birth: Bedford, England

 

See Dr. Ross' Research and Publications

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