Robin S. Ross, MD

Dr. Robin Ross joined Hope PACE in 2017 as our Medical Director. After graduating from the University of Connecticut Internal Medicine Residency Program, she practiced at a large multi-specialty group in Chicago for many years. Led by her desire to help aging adults, she founded Robin’s Nest Assisted Living where she served as president from 2003 to 2016. Dr. Ross has also held both clinical and administrative roles as a hospice physician director for over fifteen years and is board certified in hospice and palliative medicine. She is passionate about teaching others, covering topics such as internal medicine, geriatrics, and palliative care for residents, geriatric fellows, and medical students. Her philosophy of care is to practice compassionate listening, to meet seniors where they are in their experience of aging, and to be a powerful advocate to help them reach their goals for health and wellness.

Elisabeth C. Broderick, MD

Dr. Broderick graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bucknell University before completing her medical degree in Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. Her internal medicine internship and residency were completed at the Mayo Clinic, after which she continued with a fellowship in geriatric medicine from Harvard. For over seventeen years, Dr. Broderick helped seniors at the largest PACE program in Massachusetts and also taught geriatric medicine to fellows at Harvard. She relocated to Naples, Florida and joined the Hope PACE program in 2020. Dr. Broderick has spent her career helping aging adults avoid nursing home placement whenever possible by working closely with them to maintain their functional abilities. She is comfortable supporting those with complex needs and multiple medical issues. Her expertise includes pain management, psychiatric issues, and polypharmacy.

Claudia T. Lenis, MD

Dr. Lenis received her doctorate from the National University of Colombia in Bogota in 1989, and later completed a residency in family medicine at the Hospital San Pablo and University of Puerto Rico. She practiced medicine in both Colombia and New York before joining Collier Health Services (Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida) and serving as a Faculty Assistant at both Nova University and the FSU School of Medicine. She is certified in family medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Lenis is fluent in both English and Spanish. She has extensive expertise in caring for underserved communities and offering compassionate care to seniors who face financial challenges. As a Hope PACE physician, her goal is to help people cope with the challenges of aging while providing thoughtful support to their families and caregivers.