Jefferson University Hospitals

Provider Profile

Judith L. Ross

Jefferson University Physician

Academic Title: Professor

Pediatrics - Metabolism & Endocrinology

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Office Locations

833 Chestnut Street, 3rd Floor
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone: (215) 955-1648
Newtown Square
3855 West Chester Pike, Ste. 280
Bryn Mawr Hospital Health Center
Newtown Square PA 19073
Phone: (215) 955-1648

Medical Services

Board Certifications

  • Pediatric Endocrinology
  • Pediatrics

Hospital Affiliation / Admitting Privileges

  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


  • University of Chicago/Pritzker School of Medicine, Medical School


  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


  • National Institute of Health

Jefferson physicians accept most health insurance plans, including those listed below. However, plan acceptance may vary by practice and may be subject to change. If you have questions about whether a specific physician accepts your insurance, please contact your insurance company.

Insurances Accepted

  • Aetna
  • Amerihealth Caritas
  • Blue Choice
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Cigna Healthspring
  • Commercial
  • CorVel
  • Coventry/Health America
  • Delaware Valley HMO/Healthcare Delaware
  • Geisinger Health Plan
  • Health America PPO
  • Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • HumanaChoicePPO,Medicare,GoldPlusHMO
  • Intergroup Preferred
  • Jeff Plus
  • Keystone Health Plan East
  • MultiPlan Inc.
  • NJ Blue Shield
  • Personal Choice (GPPPN)
  • Personal Choice 65
  • Qualcare
  • Tricare

Recent Publications

Clinical practice guidelines for the care of girls and women with Turner syndrome: Proceedings from the 2016 Cincinnati International Turner Syndrome Meeting

Androgen Treatment Effects on Motor Function, Cognition, and Behavior in Boys with Klinefelter Syndrome

Autism Spectrum Disorder in Males with Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy: XXY/Klinefelter Syndrome, XYY, and XXYY

Identification of 15 novel partial SHOX deletions and 13 partial duplications, and a review of the literature reveals intron 3 to be a hotspot region

Safety Outcomes and Near-Adult Height Gain of Growth Hormone-Treated Children with SHOX Deficiency: Data from an Observational Study and a Clinical Trial

Effects of oxandrolone on cardiometabolic health in boys with klinefelter syndrome: A randomized controlled trial

Randomized trial of aromatase inhibitors, growth hormone, or combination in pubertal boys with idiopathic, short stature

Gonadal function is associated with cardiometabolic health in pre-pubertal boys with Klinefelter syndrome

Advances in the Interdisciplinary Care of Children with Klinefelter Syndrome

Growth Hormone Research Society perspective on the development of long-acting growth hormone preparations

Testis Development and Fertility Potential in Boys with Klinefelter Syndrome

Attaining genetic height potential: Analysis of height outcomes from the ANSWER Program in children treated with growth hormone over 5 years

Evaluation of the american-english quality of life in short stature youth (QoLISSY) questionnaire in the United States

Behavioral phenotypes in males with XYY and possible role of increased NLGN4Y expression in autism features

Magnetic resonance imaging measures of decreased aortic strain and distensibility are proportionate to insulin resistance in adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus

Radiological features in patients with short stature homeobox-containing (SHOX) gene deficiency and turner syndrome before and after 2 years of gh treatment

A randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled pilot trial of the safety and efficacy of atorvastatin in children with elevated low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) and type 1 diabetes

Commentary: Launch of a quality improvement network for evidence-based management of uncommon pediatric endocrine disorders: Turner syndrome as a prototype

Evaluation of the American-English Quality of Life in Short Stature Youth (QoLISSY) questionnaire in the United States

Contextualized analysis of a needs assessment using the Theoretical Domains Framework: A case example in endocrinology