He is a Yale trained psychiatrist actively involved in the private practice of adult, adolescent and geriatric psychiatry in Delray Beach, Florida. As a physician first, he identifies his clinical approach as medical psychiatry. This philosophy embodies a systems model that takes into account the whole patient. Specifically, the biological, psychological and social factors that pertain to the patient. In this regard, input from concerned family and/or friends can be invaluable and Dr. Gross tries to involve significant others if possible.
In 2013, Dr. Gross received recognition from his peers via multiple awards and presented a Notable Alumnus Speech at the University of Florida College of Medicine reunion. The title of his speech was "At The Edge Of Catastrophe" and you can view his slideshow or video below.
In addition, he was also honered with the Dean's Leadership Award and the Notable Alumnus Award and he received the Practitioner of the Year Award from the Florida Psychiatric Society in May 2013.
Dr Gross' Background
What are the goals of the initial consultation appointment? It is Dr. Gross firm belief that every individual is entitled to a clear understanding of the nature of the problem(s) that they present at the time of the consultation. If possible, the diagnosis or diagnoses will be discussed and a treatment plan will be formulated. At times, specialized testing may be indicated to aid in formulating the diagnosis. Testing may include extensive blood tests, psychological testing, brain imaging, and electroencephalography.
The diagnostic formulation enables the development of a treatment plan. Effective treatment often requires the involvement of pharmacotherapy (medication) and psychotherapy. Dr. Gross is pleased to be affiliated with a number of skilled therapists providing a coordinated team approach.
Any successful medical practice is dependent on an efficient office. Dr. Gross has a full complement of office staff and is proud of the service that is provided. Phone calls are returned promptly and administrative responsibilities handled expeditiously. While he does not participate as a provider for insurance companies or Medicare, a master receipt is provided at the time of service that can be submitted to insurance companies. Dr. Gross is committed to cost effective treatment and conducts his practice accordingly. He schedules a follow-up appointment generally one to two weeks following the initial consultation, the third appointment six weeks later and if treatment proceeds as planned, ongoing care appointment are every three to four months thereafter. After hours phone calls connect to an automated state of the art answering system that allows for emergency paging by dialing 112 following the message.
Since 1998, Dr. Gross has been included in Castle Connoly's list of Top Doctors. Each year, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. receives thousands of nominations from physicians and the medical leadership of major medical centers, specialty hospitals, teaching hospitals as well as regional and community medical centers across the United States to identify America's Top Doctors. Under the direction of its physician-lead research team, Castle Connolly surveys tens of thousands of physicians and hospital executives in order to identify, screen and, ultimately, select those physicians regarded by their peers as the very best in their specialties and for specific diseases and techniques. Above all, these Top Doctors share one distinguishing professional attribute: an unwavering dedication to their patients and to medicine as a whole.
- University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; BA Psychology, Magna Cum Laude, focus on neuroscience
- University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, Fl; MD with honors
- Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn.; Department of Psychiatry, Residency Program
- Chief Resident, Dana Psychiatric Clinic
- Chief Resident, Psychiatric Consultation-Liaison Service
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Yale University, Department of Psychiatry
- Director of Consultation Liaison Services, Waterbury Hospital Health Center, Waterbury, Conn,
- Chief of Psychiatry, Waterbury Hospital Health Center
- Mood Disorders
- Anxiety Disorders
- Trauma Syndromes
- ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders)
- Substance Abuse Disorders
- Neuropsychiatric Syndromes
- Psychosomatic / Somatoform Disorders
Dr Gross' Associations
He is member of the presitigious American College of Psychiatrists, American Psychiatric Association where he is a distinguished life fellow. He is also a member of the Florida Psychiatric Society where he served as president and remains very active. He is a member of the Florida Medical Association, the American Medical Association, the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology and has been selected annually to the "best doctors in American" since 1998.
For psychiatric services in Delray Beach, Florida and surrounding areas, contact at 561-496-1281 or email him today.
Serving the areas of Boynton Beach, West Palm Beach, Deerfield, Pompano, Lake Worth, Palm Beach County Florida