Ishai S. Ross, MD
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Robotic Surgery, Urology
Fellowship, Urological Oncology - Cleveland Clinic Florida - Weston, FL (2014-2015) Residency, Urology - Wayne State University School of Medicine - Detroit, MI (2010-2014) Internship, General Surgery - Wayne State University / Detroit Medical Center - Detroit, MI (2009-2010)
Wayne State University School of Medicine, M.D. - Detroit, MI (2005-2009) Wayne State University, B.S. Biology - Detroit, MI (2000-2005)
4725 N. Federal Highway Suite 504
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Dr. Ishai Ross is the co-director of Urologic Oncology at the Michael and Dianne Bienes Comprehensive Cancer Center at Holy Cross Hospital. He is a member of The American Urological Association and has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles in Urology.
He leads one of the world’s most comprehensive urological oncology teams dedicated to the coordinated effort of eradicating prostate cancer. He has given lectures in urologic oncology both nationally and internationally. He is a leader in robotic surgery for multiple urologic cancers, including prostate, kidney and bladder cancer.
Dr. Ross’ innovative techniques are state of the art and consistently lead to superior prostate cancer outcomes. Dr. Ross is board certified in Urology by the American Board of Urology.
Mon, Thurs, Fri | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Wed | 9:00am to 11:30am
Urological Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Urology, Minimally Invasive Treatment of Urological Malignancies
Residency / Fellowship
Fellowship, Urological Oncology - Cleveland Clinic Florida - Weston, FL (2014-2015)
Residency, Urology - Wayne State University School of Medicine - Detroit, MI (2010-2014)
Internship, General Surgery - Wayne State University / Detroit Medical Center - Detroit, MI (2009-2010)
Wayne State University School of Medicine, M.D. - Detroit, MI (2005-2009)
Wayne State University, B.S. Biology - Detroit, MI (2000-2005)
American Urological Association
Alpha Omega Alpha - Wayne State University School of Medicine
Magna Cum Laude - Wayne State University
Phi Beta Kappa - Wayne State University
Research / Publications / Presentations
Ishai Ross MD, Hyeong Jun Ahn PhD, Brian Roelof MD, Theodore Barber MD, Virginia Huynh MD, Alisha Rockette, Mihailo Popovic MD, John J. Chen PhD, George Steinhardt MD. Sonographic assessment of the effect of vesicoureteral reflux and urinary tract infections on growth of the pediatric solitary kidney. J Pediatr Urol. 2015 Mar 13. pii:S1477-5131(15)00088-1.
Ishai Ross MD, Paul Womble MD, Jun Ye, Susan Linsell, James E. Montie MD, David C. Miller MD and Michael L. Cher MD. MUSIC: Patterns of Care in the Radiographic Staging of Men with Newly Diagnosed Low Risk Prostate Cancer. J Urol. 2015 April Vol. 193, 1-4.
Ishai Ross MD, Katelyn Powell BS, Louie Semaan BS, M. Katie Conley LaComb PhD, Li Yanfeng MS, Michael L. Cher MD, Sreenivasa R. Chinni PhD. TMPRSS2-ERG fusions regulate intratumoral androgen production in castrate resistant prostate cancer progression. Michigan Urological Society Meeting: Livonia, MI. 3rd Place in Podium Presentations (March 2014).
Ishai Ross MD, Susan Linsell MHSA, Winnie Lin MS, Rodney Dunn MS, James Montie MD, David Miller MD MPH and Michael Cher MD. Michigan Urological Surgery Improvement Collaborative: Patterns of Care in the Radiographic Staging of Men with Newly Diagnosed Prostate Cancer. North Central Section AUA Annual Meeting: Naples, FL. Best moderated poster in the prostate cancer section (October 2013). AUA National Meeting: Orlando, FL. Moderated Poster (May 2014).
Ishai Ross MD, John Chen PhD, Brian Roelof MD, Theodore Barber MD, Virginia Huynh, Alisha Rockette, Mihailo Popovic MD and Geroge Steinhardt MD FACS FAAP. Sonographic Assessment of the Effect of Vesicoureteral Reflux on the Growth of the Pediatric Solitary Kidney. North Central Section AUA Annual Meeting; Chicago, IL. Podium Presentation (OCtober 2012). AUA National Meeting: San Diego, CA. Moderated Poster (May 2013).
Ishai Ross MD, Tor Shwayder MD. Tubular apocrine adenoma: presentation in the vaginal introitus of an eight-year-old. Pediatr Dermatol. 2010 Mar-Apr; 27(2): 200-1.
Heinric Williams MD, Ishai Ross MD, Mihailo Popovic MD, Zachary Posey MD and Isaac J Powell MD. Racial Differences in Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma Presentation and Survival. AUA National Meeting: Chicago, IL. Podium Presentation (May 2009).
245 Patient Satisfaction Ratings
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65 Patient Comments
Like the care and explanations *Dr. Ross always provides.
He did a very good job
Is seemed to be a very good dr. but I haven't had enough time WITH him.
The staff was very attentive, caring, and made me feel comfortable. the physician was very professional and caring.
dr. Ross was very personal and very concerned with my overall health asks a lot of questions concerning some of the things that I would dealing with
was very professional and listened to my issues and truly seemed to care and explained everything so I understood.
excellent Dr. I would recommend Dr Ross to my family & friends.
I have repeatedly requested that my prescripts go to Express Scripts. Instead, they go to a local pharmacy.
Made me feel very comfortable.
Dr. Ross is a Hero. He has stuck with me over a long period of illness and uncertainty. My last vist was the sucessfull conclusion of my long ordeal. He always a smile on his face and a quick wit.
Dr. Ross is a caring and very knowlegable gentleman. I'm so glad to be his patient.
I was very satisfied
was good Dr
Great. Dr Ross is s compassionate and caring professional
Asked for and received answers regarding my prostate.
I was very satisfied with the physician, his office staff and the attention paid to me in my office visit. I have no negative comments about anything connected with this doctor or his office.
This visit was for a urology visit and not my go. Could not be happier with Dr. Ross.
Dr. Ross is excellent!
I consider Dr. Ross to be one of the best physicians I have ever had. (I am 63 and have been disabled since 1995.) He is thoughtful, obviously knows his subject, and more than most of my doctors is always trying to consider new approaches to medical issues. He is both professional and when appropriate humorous and he engenders trust.
Everyone was all excellent, treated me good.
called for a advice with a prescriptioncall was never returned
The doctor was nice,but not sure if he is going to be able to help me?
very helpful so far. still seeing him
dr.ross is very easy to talk too.
I am very pleased with Dr. Ross!
great staff doctor ross is very detailed about explaining everything
It was all good
I felt at ease with Dr. Ross and really like his way to communicate.
fine, as usual..
Dr. Ross listens very well and explains what is going on with my care
*Dr. Ross was very professional and concerned. I was very pleased.
The MD was very professional, very to the point, shared with me what would happen next. I am very happy with Dr. Ross.
*Dr. Ross is the best. Took care of my problem on the first visit, now unless I have a problem will I check with him once a year.
We discussed having an ultrasound prostate biopsy. I learned from a neighbor physician of a more accurate procedure called an MRI targeted biopsy. This procedure was not mentioned by *Dr. Ross.
Informative and understanding.
did not feel I was fully informed of consequences post surgery
its was okay
Good consultation....comfortable, informative conversation.
I thought *Dr. Ross was excellent.
Felt very comfortable talking to him.
I am following up with Dr. Ross in a couple of weeks to review the blood test I did
Pleasant and very knowledgeable
Gave me a good report on my bladder cancer.
Excellent performance. Knowledgable, courteous, proficient at his specialty