Dr. Kelli Ross lived most of her life in Memphis Tennessee prior to moving to Florida. Her undergraduate degree was obtained at Baylor University in Biology. She then went to medical school at the University of Tennessee in Memphis. While in medical school, she was asked to join the honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha. After graduating from medical school, her residency in obstetrics and gynecology was completed at the University of Florida. While in residency, she did research in high risk obstetrics, which was subsequently published.
After completing residency, she joined Dr. McLean at North Florida Regional Medical Center. She practiced obstetrics alone for one year until Dr. Alderman joined the practice. Dr. Alderman and Dr. Ross practiced obstetrics until 2005. Dr. Ross currently serves on the Cancer Committee at NFRMC as well as the Continuing Medical Education Committee. Her special interests are women's health and gynecologic surgery.
Her husband is a gastroenterologist at NFRMC and they have two children that keep them busy. They have a chocolate lab named Riley. Her family enjoys volleyball, basketball, golf, wakeboarding, and snowboarding.