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Lee S. Gross, M.D.

Lee Gross

Contact Lee S. Gross, M.D.

info@d4pcfoundation.org 267-788-1170 @drleegross

Dr. Gross serves on the board of trustees of an HCA hospital, the president of his county medical society, as a delegate to the Florida Medical Association, and the president of the Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation.

Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Lee S. Gross received his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University.

Following graduation, Gross coordinated years of clinical cardiology research for the nation’s leading Cleveland Clinic cardiology program under the direct supervision of Chairman Dr. Eric Topol, now the Editor-in-Chief of Medscape.

He attended Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine. He completed his family medicine training as the elected chief resident at University Hospitals of Cleveland, one of the nation’s leading family medicine training programs.

Dr. Gross has been in private practice in Florida since 2002.

Realizing the critical needs of the uninsured in their community, Dr. Gross and his colleagues created an affordable solution outside the boundaries of the traditional third-party payer system. Their pioneering program, Epiphany Health, provides access to affordable healthcare for those who have been neglected by the system for decades.

Dr. Gross serves on the board of trustees of an HCA hospital, the president of his county medical society, as a delegate to the Florida Medical Association, and the president of the Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation. Dr. Gross is the recipient of HCA’s 2016 Frist Humanitarian award for his work, the company’s highest honor.

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July 28, 2017
By Tim Huelskamp, Ph.D., Peter Ferrara, Justin Haskins, Edward Hudgins , Wayne Allyn Root, John Hunt, M.D., Jane M. Orient, M.D., Scott Ehrlich, Brian R. Forrest, M.D., Lee S. Gross, M.D., Alexandra York, Jonathan Lockwood, Dave Racer, Michael Warder, Devon Herrick, Alieta Eck, M.D.
‘America doesn’t have to wait for Congress to get its act together. Some of the most onerous parts of Obamacare were foisted upon us by executive dictate from the Obama administration, and we can reverse the damage in the same manner.’ – Tim Huelskamp

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