Dr. Lisa Ross is the Director of Anesthesia at the Harlem Hospital and also serves as Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesia at Columbia University Medical Center.
Prior to her position at Harlem Hospital, Dr. Ross was the Program Director/Vice Chairperson of the Department of Anesthesiology at St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center until its closure in 2010. She has presented at several anesthesia conferences around the country and continues to be involved in performance improvement and research at Harlem Hospital.
Since 1998, Dr. Ross has traveled on a yearly medical mission to Milot, Haiti as part of a team sponsored by the Order of Malta. She is a Lifetime member of the National Action Network and the Greater Metropolitan Chapter of Jack and Jill of America.
Dr. Ross holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Harvard University and received her M.D. from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons where she went on to complete anesthesia residency at Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Ross is in the first year at Fordham University’s accelerated Executive MBA program.