Amy Ross, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Amy Ross joined Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders in 2022 as a Nurse Practitioner.

After moving to Dayton in 2006, she decided to start her career in nursing and attended Sinclair Community College. She went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Ohio University and her master’s degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner at Simmons College in Boston, MA. 

Nursing was a natural step for Ross as she has always loved to provide care and support for those around her. While in nursing school, she worked as an aide on a neurology floor and fell in love with the specialty. She continued working in neurology after she graduated until transitioning into critical care. Once she became a Nurse Practitioner she mostly worked in neurosurgery and palliative care. She has always had a desire to return to neurology and is thrilled to join the team at DCND! 

In her free time, Ross enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren as well as traveling. 

Special interest: general neurology

Currently accepting new patients



American Academy of Neurology

American Association of Nurse Practitioners



RN. Sinclair Community College. 2009.

BSN. Ohio University. 2012

FNP. Simmons College. Boston, MA. Family Nurse Practitioner.

Board Certified

Ohio Board of Nursing


DCND- Main Office- Centerville

DCND- Beavercreek

What is an Advanced Practice Provider?

An advanced practice provider is an important part of your care team at Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders. These providers work closely with your neurologist to ensure you get consistent and timely care. Patients will always initially see one of our neurologists. Once you have your diagnosis, your neurologist will recommend your follow up appointment be with either their physician assistant (PA) or nurse practitioner (NP). They will help manage your care, symptoms, and work with you to achieve that better quality of life.

These providers are all nationally certified, state licensed and specifically trained to care for and manage neurologic conditions. By seeing an advanced practice provider, you get your medical questions addressed quicker. These providers are fully capable of prescribing medications, answering medical questions, conducting exams, and performing several different procedures. 

Hear from a patient!

“The minute I entered the door at DCND, I felt welcomed and comforted. My care team has always been top notch. They listen and work with me to manage my condition!”

(937) 439-6186

Fax: 937-439-6189

Your place for neurologic care.

Our practice is independent, our focus is you.

(937) 439-6186

Fax: (937) 439-6189

1975 Miamisburg Centerville Rd. Centerville, OH 45459