Author: Martha Ross

Martha Ross is a surgical neurophysiologist and clinical educator working in Nashville, Tennessee. She joined SpecialtyCare in 2012 and is credentialed in both EEG and intraoperative neuromonitoring. She received her training at Vanderbilt University Medical Center via the Neuroscience Institute. When she is not monitoring cases in the OR she enjoys singing in her church choir, planning adventures with her husband, and traveling the world.

Teamwork Delivers Relief to Flood Victims

Lousiana flood

In August, a prolonged “no-name” storm deluged Louisiana, producing three times more rain than Hurricane Katrina. Lives were lost and the unprecedented flooding damaged or destroyed more than 100,000 homes and displaced thousands of people. As medical professionals, SpecialtyCare’s clinicians routinely step up when disaster strikes—we live and work in the communities we serve. But, stepping up can take different forms. In this week’s blog, we share a letter from a member of our intraoperative neuromonitoring group, who rallied the team to help the people of Louisiana.