Leroy Gross MD, MPH

Leroy Gross MD, MPH

Owner/CEO InoMedic Inc & Innovative Health Applications LLC

Dr. Leroy P. Gross is the Founder and CEO of InoMedic Health Applications, Inc., a certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business in Hampton, Virginia that has provided safety, health and environmental services to federal, state, and commercial organizations for over 20 years. He incorporated InoMedic in 1994 following his retirement in 1993 from the USAF where he served as a missile launch control officer, combat pilot, specialist in preventive medicine and aerospace medicine, designated USAF Pilot/Physician, physician executive, and first Command Surgeon for Air Force Special Operations Command.  

From 1993 to 1999 Dr. Gross served as the Associate Chief of Staff for Geriatrics and Long-Term Care at the Hampton VAMC and the first Director of Veterans Integrated Service Network Six (VHA) where he was responsible for medical programs in Virginia, North Carolina and Beckley West Virginia.  He served as the Center Medical Officer for NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia from 1999 to July 2020, while concurrently growing InoMedic into a successful small business.

Dr. Gross served on numerous boards and committees to include: member, Headquarters NASA Aerospace Medicine/Occupational Health Advisory Committee (AMOHAC), the Biological / Physiological Research Advisory Committee (BPRAC) and the Life Microgravity Science Advisory Committee (LMSAC); Assistant, Professor, Community Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School; and currently as Reviewer for the Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance Journal of the Aerospace Medical Association; founding member, Veterans Services Foundation Board, Commonwealth of Virginia; Advisory Committee, The Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic at William and Mary Law School, Virginia; and Institutional Review Board member for Human Subject Research Protection.  

He is a Fellow, American College of Preventive Medicine (FACPM), Fellow, Aerospace Medical Association (FAsMA), member of the International Academy of Aviation and Space Medicine (ICASM), and the recipient of numerous honors and awards including the National Medical Association “Vance A. Marchbanks Award” for Outstanding Contributions to Aerospace Medicine.

Dr. Gross earned B.S. and M.D. degrees at Howard University, M.P.H. at Johns Hopkins University, Aerospace Medicine Residency at the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, and Occupational Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.  He is licensed to practice medicine in Virginia, Florida and Texas.  He also serves as a certified FAA Senior Aviation Medical Examiner and Department of Transportation (DOT) Medical Examiner.