AZ – U.S. House – Congressional District 6 – Ross, Heather Maura

AZ - U.S. House - Congressional District 6 - Ross, Heather Maura

AZ – U.S. House – Congressional District 6 – Ross, Heather Maura

I/C/O:
Challenger
Party:
Democratic
Website:
http://heatherrossforcongress.com/', 'http://www.heatherforaz.com/
Total Reported Receipts:
$233,961.95

Dr. Heather Ross is a nurse practitioner, scientist, and professor at Arizona State University, focused on integrating science and technology to improve people’s lives. Heather is a native Arizonan raised by public school teachers. She lives in Phoenix with her husband and three teenage daughters. nHeather has a joint appointment between the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, and Global Security Initiative. She works closely with researchers from across the country to develop efficient and effective technology that will improve health and safety for all people. nHeather is a leader in several national healthcare organizations including the American College of Cardiology and the Heart Rhythm Society, where she leads efforts to improve outcomes for patients and healthcare providers. Much of Heather’s work focuses on helping people navigate America’s complicated healthcare system and achieving healthcare reform.n

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Dr. Heather Ross is a nurse practitioner, scientist, and professor at Arizona State University, focused on integrating science and technology to improve people’s lives. Heather is a native Arizonan raised by public school teachers. She lives in Phoenix with her husband and three teenage daughters. nHeather has a joint appointment between the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, and Global Security Initiative. She works closely with researchers from across the country to develop efficient and effective technology that will improve health and safety for all people. nHeather is a leader in several national healthcare organizations including the American College of Cardiology and the Heart Rhythm Society, where she leads efforts to improve outcomes for patients and healthcare providers. Much of Heather’s work focuses on helping people navigate America’s complicated healthcare system and achieving healthcare reform.n