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Taylor Ross MD, MPH

Taylor Raye Ross MD, MPH

Chief Resident, University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Madison, Wisconsin

Taylor R. Ross, MD, MPH (she/her), is drawn to family medicine because of her passion for advocacy, social justice, and community medicine. Dr. Ross is a Chief Resident at the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. She is working with Dr. Jessica Dalby to introduce self-swab HPV testing as an option for patients at her clinic.Dr. Ross has also worked with medical students to develop a patient satisfaction survey for the student-run free clinic at UW.

Dr. Ross earned her bachelor's in Cell and Molecular Biology from Missouri State University. She then went on to earn her Master of Public Health and Medical Degree from the University of Missouri. She served as Director of Clinic Services and started the Food Security Team at MedZou Community Clinic, a student-run free clinic. During her last year of medical school, she served as an intern at the Boone County Department of Health and Human Services, where she helped with contact tracing and the translation of COVID-19 infographics.

Dr. Ross also worked with Live Well by Faith. This Community Health Worker program partnered with Historically Black Churches to create a system to match community members with primary care providers. Dr. Ross believes that forming relationships outside of the clinic is essential in providing practical advice and interventions to improve the health outcomes of communities.

Dr. Ross's medical interests include women's health, medication-assisted therapy, gender-affirming care, health at every size, and sports medicine. In her free time, Dr. Ross enjoys growing plants, cooking, baking, hiking, and enjoying life with her husband and their dog and cat.