Dr. Tracey Ross is a full-time otolaryngologist, with a primary office in Manotick, Ontario, who worked for a number of years in Pembroke, Ontario. Raised in Northern Ontario, she credits her roots as the impetus to provide community-based care.
Dr. Ross practices in several regional hospitals, including Carleton Place, Arnprior, and Winchester, Ontario, and also has privileges at the Ottawa Hospital and the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario. She currently holds the position of lecturer at the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Ross has been involved with the visiting specialist program in Nunavut for many years. Her volunteer work has always focused on vulnerable and disenfranchised populations. She is a member of the Charter class of the Northern Ontario School of medicine and completed her ENT residency in Ottawa. Prior to entering medicine, Dr. Ross practised employment and corporate law, which included not-for-profit work.