Jeffrey W. Ross, MD retired in 2017 from a successful first career as a fellowship-trained Interventional Radiologist and a board-certified Diagnostic Radiologist to become the founder and managing director of Vailshire Capital Management, LLC and Vailshire Partners, LP. Passionate about investing wisely and teaching others to do the same, Jeff is a former contributor for The Motley Fool and current contributor for Seeking Alpha.
We start out by defining terms like mutual fund, hedge fund, venture capital, angel investing, and private equity. He teaches us the importance of diversifying beyond the market and investing in what we know, which is why many of his investments are in the healthcare and healthtech space. He retired from being an interventional radiologist, but after a year and a half away, he is back to teleradiology. After being away from medicine, even for a little while, gave him some perspective he was able to share with us.
The previous Secretary/Treasurer of Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C., Dr. Ross also sat on the Board of Directors as co-owner of Penrad Imaging in Colorado Springs, CO. In addition, he was an active member of the CSRPC Investment Committee, Executive Committee, Radiology Peer Review, and Penrose- St. Francis Hospitals Cancer Committee. He went to med school at University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and then did residency and fellowship in radiology and interventional radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. After being in practice of 10 years, he got his MBA from the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs.
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