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We asked more than 26,000 New Jersey doctors to tell us which of their fellow practitioners they consider New Jersey’s best doctors. The result: Our 2021 Jersey Choice list of the state’s 1,142 Top Doctors, as chosen by their peers. View our methodology, frequently asked questions and professional advisory board here.

Jacqueline Ross, MD

About Jacqueline Ross

Drs. Gary Gross, Jacqueline Ross, and Ellen Sher, of Allergy Partners of NJ, are board-certified allergists and immunologists who treat adults and children with the highest level of care at three Monmouth County locations. They were excited to welcome their newest associate, Dr. Ulyana Trytko, in 2020.

In addition to offering allergy evaluation and testing, the doctors treat asthma, sinus disease, immunodeficiency, skin diseases, eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), and food allergies. For the latter, the practice offers food desensitization treatment, also known as food oral immunotherapy. “We can introduce small amounts of allergenic food daily and monitor the patient’s progress while increasing quantities of that food to achieve tolerance levels,” says Dr. Gross. “It’s been highly successful.” The practice offers clinical research trials for various allergic conditions. These Top Doctors also teach medical students and residents.

“Since our practice is part of the largest allergy group in the country, we can tap into a vast amount of resources when necessary,” says Dr. Ross. “We go out of our way to provide the best treatment possible for every patient,”
says Dr. Sher.

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS: Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune; Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch.

MEDICAL TRAINING: Dr. Gross: New York University School of Medicine (MD); George Washington University (internship/residency); University of Southern California (fellowship). Dr. Ross: Drexel University College of Medicine (MD); UMDNJ–Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (residency); University of Michigan (fellowship). Dr. Sher: Georgetown University (MD); Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (residency); National Jewish Medical and Research Center (fellowship).