Mrs Sandra Ross is a specialised paediatric dietitian caring for children with dietetic conditions. Sandra has been a dietitian for over 35 years having qualified at University of Surrey in 1984. Since then Sandra has been employed in a number of positions in both industry and the NHS. The last 23 years has been at The Hillingdon Hospital Foundation NHS Trust where she has held many roles and responsibilities in paediatric dietetics.  She was formerly the Lead Dietitian  for the Trust.

She has extensive experience  in a wide range of general dietetic conditions that affect children including faltering growth, iron deficiency conditions, constipation, fussy eating behaviour and dietary challenges in children with autism. In addition, she has particular expertise in specialist paediatric conditions including coeliac disease, children with cancer,  obesity and the premature new-born baby.

Her approach to managing children with these dietetic conditions  is always to work closely with parents and carers, to make necessary practical and accessible adaptations to  their diet and achieve appropriate growth and development. She particularly enjoys working with parents to explore nutritious diets that support children

When she is not at work, Mrs Ross enjoys cooking and baking in particular! She keeps herself fit and active by playing tennis, swimming and running.  She lives in Middlesex with her husband and two grown up daughters.