MEET ROSS GOURVITZ, PH.D.

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Ross Gourvitz, Ph.D., MHCDS

Dr. Ross Gourvitz worked for nearly two decades in hospitals and health systems in Chicago and New York City before coming to New Hampshire. Before co-founding Lifestages, he spent six years as the Director and Lead Neuropsychologist for the Elliot Memory and Mobility Center, where he was also one of the founding clinicians.  He completed his predoctoral internship in Rehabilitation Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. His fellowship training was in Clinical Neuropsychology at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago. 

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"Dr. Gourvitz explained everything in great detail, very empathetic and I'm very happy to have him as one of my doctors."

- Susan

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"Dr. Gourvitz and his staff are some of the most caring people I have ever met. He has been my doctor since getting a bad brain injury from an accident. Although the accident forever changed the person I always was, the doctor has always made me understand my disability the most and makes me feel normal again."

- Kelly

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"Dr. Gourvitz and his staff are very professional and extremely courteous. I would highly recommend Lifestages to anyone needing such services."

- Tommy

 

EXPERIENCE

2020-Present

Co-founder & Director

Lifestages

2014-2020

Director & Lead Neuropsychologist Elliot Memory & Mobility Center | NH

2009-2013

Director of Neuropsychology Lutheran Medical Center

(NYU Langone Health)

EDUCATION

2016-2017

Dartmouth College - Masters of Healthcare Delivery Science

2005-2006

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Predoctoral Internship

2004-2005

Loyola University Medical Center

Clinical Psychology Fellowship

BACKGROUND

Dr. Ross Gourvitz worked for nearly two decades in hospitals and health systems in Chicago and New York City before coming to New Hampshire. Before co-founding LIFESTAGES, he spent six years as the Director and Lead Neuropsychologist for the Elliot Memory and Mobility Center, where he was also one of the founding clinicians.  He completed his predoctoral internship in Rehabilitation Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. His fellowship training was in Clinical Neuropsychology at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago.

 

He previously also worked with the University of Chicago Hospitals, Bellevue Hospital Center, Kingsbrook Rehabilitation Institute, and New York University Medical Center. He was Director of Neuropsychology at Lutheran Medical Center (now NYU Langone Brooklyn) in Brooklyn, New York, where he co-founded their Memory Center. In addition to memory disorders, Dr. Gourvitz has extensive experience working with individuals with traumatic brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, learning differences, and seizure disorders.

 

He has served on the undergraduate Psychology teaching faculty of Loyola University of Chicago and on the undergraduate and graduate Psychology teaching faculty at Brooklyn College.  He has a particular interest in post traumatic stress, having worked at the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture in New York City and the Marjorie Kovler Center in Chicago.  He recently completed a Masters Degree in Health Care Delivery Science at Dartmouth College, which was a joint program of the The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and the Tuck School of Business.