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DR. RAMON RAMOS

Dr. Ramon Ramos, 70, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Paige Brooks Ramos, died Friday morning, February 19, 2021, at Memorial University Medical Center.

Born in Manhattan, New York, on February 5, 1951, he was a son of Blanca Gelida Moreno Lopez and the late Ramon Ramos Amador. Dr. Ramos was of the Catholic faith. He attended medical school at the Universidad Central Del Este in the Dominican Republic and obtained his medical doctorate degree (M.D.) from Escuela Medicina San Juan in Bautista, Puerto Rico in 1980.

His Internship and Residency in Pediatrics took place at Jacksonville University Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida from 1980-1983. Dr. Ramos performed a Fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonary Disease at the Medical College of Georgia (Augusta, GA) from 1983-1984 followed by a Fellowship in Ambulatory Pediatrics at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia from 1984-1986.

In 1987, he worked for two years as Fellow Attending in the Pediatric Department and Intensive Care Unit at Memorial Medical Center. In 1989 and 1990, Dr. Ramos was in private practice in Santurce, Puerto Rico specializing in pediatrics and pulmonary medicine. During that same two-year period, he also served as the Attending Physician for the Pediatric Department at Bayamon Regional Hospital in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Returning to Savannah, Georgia in 1990, Dr. Ramos served an additional year as the Attending Physician for the Pediatric Emergency Room when it first opened at Memorial University Medical Center.

In 1991, Dr. Ramos opened his private practice in General Pediatrics and Pulmonary Disease that remains in operation today. He knew from an early age that he wanted to be a pediatrician and he was respected for always allowing parents to advocate for the best treatment for their children. Dr. Ramos enjoyed his ability to help children and their families, and will be remembered for the love, kindness, and care shown to them. His integrative approach to medicine truly made him one of a kind.

Most important to him was his love of his family and the enjoyment he had spending time with them.

In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a son, Yamil Ramos, and a brother, Edgar Ramos.

Surviving are his wife, Paige Brooks Ramos; his children, Dr. Christina Maria Ramos, Eric Omar Ramos (Amanda), Brooke E. Sandefur (Matthew), Alana S. Harley (Maggie), Christopher L. Geralds, and Thomas K. Marshall; five grandchildren, Giselle, Cannon, Eric, Lourdes and Story; his mother, Blanca Gelida Moreno Lopez; his sister and brothers, Nectar, Elbin, Wanda and Frank “Paco”, and nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 5 until 7 o’clock Monday, February 22, 2021, at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 11 o’clock Tuesday morning, February 23, 2021, in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service conducted by the Very Reverend Daniel F. Firman. Private interment will be in the Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery.

You are invited to view the funeral service of Dr. Ramos by clicking here.

 

Online Condolences

  1. Mike and Tammy Miller, Ryan, Tillery and Sims says:

    Dr. Ramos was an extra special doctor who cared for all three of our children. Prayers lifted for his family, medical staff, and all of his patients. He will be greatly missed. He was the best!

  2. Shari Miltiades says:

    We were one of Dr. Ramos’ first families when Victor was born in 1992 and he was the only doctor my children remember seeing until they went off to college. They used to call him “Dr. Rainbow.” When Mary went to prom with Chris Geralds,I am not sure who was more teary eyed, me or Ramon. This is a terrible loss and we are so sorry.

    Shari, Chris, Victor and Mary Miltiades

  3. Stacy Jennings says:

    this is such a loss for the medical community and for the world at large. Dr. “Rainbow” (as he will forever be known to me, as that’s what my kids called him) was truly one of the best doctors I ever met. He treated the WHOLE child and occasionally the whole family! It never failed…it I took one of my girls in, he always checked ME, too. He was the most caring and loving man. Rest eternal grant to him, o Lord, and let might perpetual shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen.

  4. Ashley Mauldin & Abel says:

    Dr. Ramos took care of Abel from the day he was born and was an extortionary man. I still remember the look I got when he saw a pacifier in Abel’s bag. He loved each and every one of his patients. I will treasure the 5 years that we got the joy of having him in our life. He will be greatly missed. Praying for his family, staff and patients.

  5. Sandra says:

    Thank you for loving your patients and treating our children like you would your own. You will be loved and missed by the city of Savannah forever.

  6. Karen Donell says:

    I met Dr Ramos in 1989 in my first year as being a nurse. He was a happy , frfree man who loved life. Through the years he was always positive and mostly wanted to love and help the children. I will truly miss his presence on this earth..

  7. Mallory Fields Poythress says:

    Dr. Ramos was a special person that brought sunshine to everyone he was around. We are praying for the entire family during this difficult time!
    Mallory, Rich and Reagan Poythress
    Jamie and Justin Fields

  8. Sandra Anthony says:

    Dr. Ramos was the most amazing pediatrician and I am so thankful that all three of my children were fortunate to have him as their doctor. From visiting them as babies in the hospital through their teenage years, he and his staff were a trusted medical resource for our family. We will never forget his wonderful bedside manner and the great care that he provided to us! You will be very missed, Dr. Ramos!

  9. Tessendorf Family says:

    Dr. Ramo’s was an outstanding physician. The amount of love, understanding, and education he poured into the care of his patients was astronomical. He will always be one of the biggest influences in my children’s lives and their health. We are forever grateful for all of the education and respect he provided to our family. You will be missed. Our condolences go out to his family and practice. Much love.

  10. John and Mary Davis, Katelynn says:

    Doctor Ramon Ramos was truly a great doctor and he showed so much love to his patients. Doctor Ramos was there to receive our daughter as his new patient the day she was born and she is still to this day under his practice at the age of 16yrs old.
    He was so easy to talk to and I love that he preferred to prescribe natural medication first . I will truly miss him. A great Doctor. May God bless and strengthen his family.

  11. Barbara Martinez says:

    From the moment Dr Ramos walked into the hospital room to see my daughter, Sheridan Prieb, as a newborn, he felt like family to me. I will never forget his kind, caring attitude. He was a very special man who we will never forget. My deepest condolences to his family. My he rise in glory!

  12. Alisha Kline says:

    Dr. Ramos was more than just an amazing pediatrician. He was a wonderful human being. I have been truly blessed to have known him and to have had him care for my children. He was loved by many and will be so very missed. My deepest sympathy goes out to his family and all who loved him.

  13. Jemma Sherwood says:

    Dr. Ramos with the pediatrician to both my grandchildren. This is such a sad loss to us all he was family. My sincere condolences to his family.

  14. Alisa Milhollan says:

    Our condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. We had just moved here from CA when my daughter was born and it was a blessing to find such a wonderful like minded pediatrician. We are forever grateful. He will be fondly remembered and greatly missed.

  15. Bonnie Morris says:

    Dr. Ramos was a beautiful, pure soul with the patience of a saint. He is the first doctor who looked at my son, listened avidly to my every word and asked me how I want to approach care. I am eternally grateful that we were placed in his path to know him not only as a doctor who honestly cared but as an amazing human. I am truly heartbroken for his family and know that he will be incredibly missed by his entire community.

  16. Maggie Wright says:

    Dr. Ramos treated my sons, Noah and Theo. We are devastated to hear of his passing. We feel so blessed to have had him as our pediatrician. He was always so good to our family, patient with us, loving to our kids. His compassion and kindness were unlike any doctor I have seen before. We will be praying for the family, for the community, and for everyone feeling his loss right now.

  17. Heather Whaley says:

    Dr. Ramos was such an incredible man and the absolute best pediatrician. I am so grateful for the 11years my three children were able to spend under his care. He helped save so many lives including my oldest son. We will forever be grateful for him and he will truly be missed.

  18. Vivian Bragg Dukes says:

    This is such a loss to me. Dr. Ramos was my pediatrician since 1991 my whole life. I have younger siblings and he’d still let me sneak in whenever my “new” doctors wouldn’t understand how to treat me. 30 years… He knew my name at every basketball game, grocery store run in, or just out and about. He felt just like family. (I prob saw him more with my asthma :)!) He didn’t hurt babies so he made the nurses give us shots or medicine ;). I was never scared of the doctor bc he was amazing. He was right by my side whenever I ended up in the hospital. He always made me feel safe. I remember sitting in the rocking chair taking breathing treatments throughout my childhood. The man had to have a lifetime sticker subscription if kids had to have a million like me… I am beyond devastated for my future children who won’t know what a great man he was… This is a great loss to the world. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

  19. Karen Marshall says:

    Dr. Ramos was such a wonderful doctor and a kind, generous person. He took excellent care of my son, and was a wonderful nephew to two of my son’s friends. He treated his staff like family, and the office was always a warm, welcoming environment. He will be greatly missed. Condolences to his family and his work family.

  20. The Allen Family says:

    This man was a pioneer in the rights for his patients. He will be missed by so many! We will forever be grateful for the choices he allowed our family to make without pressure. Prayers to your family.

  21. Leslie King says:

    So blessed to have had Dr. Ramos as our pediatrician. Such a loss to so many. Prayers for his family. You will truly be missed!

  22. Beth Fleming and Family says:

    Dr. Ramos was a wonderful man and physician. Our family was so lucky to have him as our pediatrician. Anyone who knew him knew how much he loved his babies- He would just beam with pride when he held them as if they were his own. ❤️ Our deepest sympathies are condolences are with family and dear friends. He and the impact he had on the community he cared for will be ever so greatly missed!

  23. Sherry Wendelken says:

    Dr. Ramos was a very special man! We started seeing him in 1994. He has taken very good care of all 5 of my boys. He was so compassionate and he loved all of the kids that saw. Such a great doctor! He will truly be missed. Prayers to his family and staff

  24. April Massari(Hackney) says:

    I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. I saw Dr. Ramos from the time I was 3 until I moved out of Savannah. No other doctor I had made me feel as comfortable as him. I sincerely hope his family finds peace knowing how many families he touched with his practice, and send heartfelt condolences.

  25. Kathleen Houpt says:

    Dr. Ramos was an amazing pediatrician and person. He truly cared and listened to parents concerns while respecting their right to choose what was best for their child. I was thankful that not only my own children were able to experience his care but also that I could refer patients to his office knowing they would be well cared for. I will forever be grateful for his opened mind and kind heart. Sending my love to his family and office staff. ❤️

  26. Tammer, Karen, Camden, Lauren and Dylan Shweiky says:

    Dr. Ramos was such a blessing to our family. He was such a wonderful man and the best pediatrician. I am so grateful for the last 13 years that he took such wonderful care of our family. We are so heartbroken for his family and the entire community. He will be greatly missed.

  27. Sarah Fox says:

    We have been blessed to have had him as our pediatrician since moving to the Lowcountry in 2009. He was always helpful, respectful, charming, funny, and kind. His perspective on medicine made him sought out by many from all around. His passing is a true loss fir so many. He will be very missed. Sending much love to his family. May you find peace.

  28. shellie zorn says:

    My son was his fist patient when he went into private practice here in Savannah. After many years and many visits , we became very fond of Dr. Ramos. May god be with his family and hold them close during their time of grief.

  29. Allison Butler-Carson, Bailey Carson & Eleanor (Ellie) Carson says:

    Our family is so blessed to have called Dr. Ramos our pediatrician. He was an absolutely amazing one of a kind doctor. I will never forget how he always tried to make my children laugh when we visited the office. His genuine care for others shined through. Praying for peace for his family, medical staff, and friends during this difficult time. Dr. Ramos was very loved.

  30. Martin Jr, Detra, Martin lll,lol, Bryson White says:

    My oldest is 14and my baby is 11.Been going to Dr Ramos overnight yr. His smile will light up a room. When my kiddos
    heard his voice they be like he’s here today like he was (Santa) . No matter where he seen us at the YMCA, Publix he knew his kiddo and say hey momma with a hug. DR RAMOS THIS IS A HARD PILL TO TAKE YOU WILL BE TRULY MISS ❤ MARTIN AND BRYSON WHITE

  31. Brooke wilkey says:

    I was a former patient as he was my pediatrician for me up until he couldn’t be anymore. I had my daughter in June 2019 and off the bat he recognized my name & was so excited to have my daughter. I’m currently pregnant and was so excited to have him again. My condolences to all those in his family, extended family, & to all of his ladies in his office. I know how much everyone in that office loved him. I’m so thankful for such a good pediatrician to me and my daughter. May his legacy live on

  32. Kelly Fortson says:

    We are so thankful for Dr. Ramos and the way he took such wonderful care of our children. We will forever be thankful for him. We are heartbroken and praying for his family!

  33. Taunia Richardson says:

    It is with great sadness that I learned of Dr Ramos passing. He was by far the best pediatrician in the world. All my children went to him and my son in-law and his siblings went to Dr. Ramos. And Dr. Ramos was now my grand children’s Doctor. He was a very kind And compassionate man. He was a very warm person always ready with a beautiful smile. He will be greatly miss as he was greatly loved. RIP Dr. Ramose now you can just sit and cuddle the babies because no one is sick in Heaven.

  34. Erisman Family says:

    Sending all of our love to the family, friends & colleagues of Dr. Ramos. He was a truly extraordinary doctor who gave so much to the community. His legacy will live on through all he touched. Our memories of him will be treasured.

  35. Jessica and Kevin Ellis says:

    Thank you for your dedication and commitment to helping parents raise healthy, happy kids. Your compassion and dedication to making sure your patients were perfect was second to none! You are an angel who has now received your wings—fly high Doc! You will be missed by so many!

  36. Kendall says:

    Dr. Ramos was the first doctor to see both my girls in the hospital. They were hours old when he held them up high in the air and then kissed the tops of their heads as I watched from my hospital bed as he said “beautiful baby” over and over. He cared so well for my girls and for this mama. He listened. He gave me hope for the medical profession. He was so loved and valued. I’m so thankful that my children received his expert care. He will be so missed. May the Lord receive him with glory into His Kingdom.

  37. Laura Amador says:

    Dr. Ramos was such a joy any time we interacted. He was one of the first people to meet and hold my children and then “held MY hand” as I navigated those first few years as a new parent. He was always so patient and encouraging. So sad to learn of his passing. Praying for comfort for those who knew and loved him.

  38. Downes Family says:

    Dr. Ramos was a legend in Savannah and a truly kind soul. He treated all 3 of our children from 2015, and he was with us when our newest was born at Candler in 2018. He and his wife were so kind and proud of the life they created and their Santa collection they always shared with the community at Christmas. Our deepest condolences to his family and his many patients, nurses and staff. He is irreplaceable and heaven surely gained another angel today. He has left a legacy that will last through generations.

  39. Supriya Patel says:

    I and family is truly heartbroken to know we lost Dr Ramos. Our heartfelt condolences and prayers for his family and for his beautiful soul to Rest In Peace. It is so hard to talk of him in the past as he had become a part of our lives since the birth of my first child, through the adolescent years of my youngest one. Always full of life and positive energy where his presence was enough to encourage people and sickness to break through any challenging situations. He was so much more than just a doctor to my children. A one of a kind genuine person who inspired and sowed a seed in my daughter’s mind to be a pediatrician like him. He was simply the best, the best doctor, friend and an overall amazing human being with kind and compassionate heart. Always easy to talk to, because you knew he was listening and therefore healing and touching so many lives. He will be missed dearly.

  40. Michaela Friel says:

    Our deepest condolences. Dr. Ramos was absolutely phenomenal doctor, one of the kind, loved his patients like his own. He was such a blessing to my family and I am beyond grateful my children were in his care. I don’t think we will ever find pediatrician like him. When my youngest was born in December 2019 he came to the hospital TWICE within 24 hours to meet my son. I knew my children were in best hands. This is a tremendous loss felt by many.
    It was a pleasure and honor meeting Dr. Ramos ans he will be missed by many.

  41. The Hardnett Family says:

    Dr. Ramos was the best pediatrician in Savannah. He provided excellent care to Maya and we will miss him dearly. My prayers to his family at this time.

  42. susan falls,, Zim and Tallulah says:

    We are heartbroken to hear about Dr. Ramos. He was a great person and a fantastic doctor. He loved and cared for all of us and lead a wonderful practice. I remember being blown away by his compassion the first time I ever met him with my son. He will be greatly missed by the entire community.

  43. Amber Burnsed says:

    This world has lost the most amazing pediatrician. My heart is broken. From the first time he met my baby, treating her like his own, to helping “fix” certain things or illnesses going on with my children. He taught me so much with my kids. I give him all the credit. My kids called him Dr. Rainbow. And that he was!!! My thoughts and prayers to the whole family! ❤️❤️

  44. Samyukta Shetty says:

    Our family is truly heartbroken to hear about his untimely death, he will be immensely missed. Savannah community has lost a stalwart in the medical field. Our heartfelt condolences and prayers to Paige brooks Ramos and immediate family members. We will miss him.

  45. Cardillo Family says:

    We were so lucky to have had Dr Ramos in our lives 19 years ago when my first son was born! He took care of both my boys and will be missed by so many! We’re so very sorry for your loss! Rest In Peace Dr Ramos!

  46. Kim Phillips says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of a great pediatrician. My children did not see him as their primary doctor. But, my best friend worked for him for 26 years. We moved to middle Georgia in 1993 so when my kids were visiting with their dad or grandmother and got sick, Dr. Ramos was always willing to see them. I know my friend always had good things to say about him. My prayers and condolences to his family, friends, staff and the community.

  47. Angela Groover says:

    Words cannot express how sad I am at the loss of Dr Ramos ! He was my children’s pediatrician and was the very best My children visited him until their mid 20s. Thoughts and prayers go out to all of his family.❤️

  48. Drs Jose and Becky da Cruz says:

    Dr Ramos will be missed. He was a compassionate man. He took care of both of my children. Thank you. Rest In Peace.

  49. Elizabeth Wands says:

    Dr.Ramos was a great doctor. My kids loved him. I am sorry to hear of his passing. I am praying for his family and everyone one who loved him.

  50. Jenn Williams says:

    Dr Ramos was a fantastic pediatrician to my family the last for 10 years and we are so saddened by this news. He was a great advocate for my 12 year old daughter. Four years ago during the Christmas Holidays he helped catch her diagnosis of Graves Disease and assisted us in getting her admitted to the Children’s hospital in Augusta when Memorial sent her home. It turns out that my daughter was in Thyroid Storm and his swift actions could have saved her life! He will be truly missed. Our love, thoughts and condolences go out to his family! Thank you Dr Ramos!

  51. Valerie Dowis says:

    Dr. Ramos was the first to see our son the morning after his birth, he gave him a big kiss on the head and said he is perfect mom! I will alway be grateful for his willingness to listen to our concerns and respectful of our decisions. He will truly be missed!

  52. Tajhai Wright says:

    Dr. Ramos was such a wonderful person and pediatrician! I remember him meeting my son for the first time and holding him and caring for him as if he were his own. I absolutely adored this man and his beautiful light! He will truly be missed.

  53. Mini Roman says:

    Eric lo siento mucho, mi mas sentido pésame para ti y familia, están en mis oraciones, mucha fortaleza en este momento difícil y doloroso. Un fuerte abrazo.

    Eric I am very sorry, my condolences to you and family, are in my prayers, a lot of strength in this difficult and painful time. A hug.

  54. Dave, Tanya and Lane Mandel says:

    Dr. Ramos was Lanes pediatrician and a pillar of our community. We are sorry that he won’t be here to see her grow up and for all the rest of the children and parents that won’t get to know this wonderful man. While that is sad, we hope he and his family can rest knowing that the knowledge and advocacy that he championed will live on in generations of families.

  55. Sarah Stroll & family says:

    Dr Ramos was an unbelievably kind and generous man who believed in parents and treated children like the wonderful beings they are. He spent countless hours advocating for families and giving parents options. Our family will miss him greatly – his passing leaves a huge void in our community and our hearts. Prayers and love to his entire family. Rest In Peace.

  56. Lisa Jaye Young says:

    So saddened to hear of our community’s loss of a great Doctor. As many of you have noted, he was a very good listener with a keen ability to calm parents, with his kind eyes & clear love for children. His sense of preventative care rather than over-prescription will hopefully serve as a beacon for reform.

  57. The Seyden’s says:

    Prayers for the Ramos family. Dr Ramos was a incredible man and a wonderful doctor. He will be missed by all!

  58. Brooke Hickcox says:

    My heart is truly sad. I feel like God has called another soldier home. Thank you so much for being so good, caring and education. Thank you for supporting our rights as parents to protect and choose for our children. Savannah has truly lost a good man. Xoxo

  59. Chelsea Spires and family says:

    This amazing has been taking care of my daughter for last five years,
    He always had away with her. And my son has seen him for almost two years he was so special to my family. We will miss him so much! 🙁

  60. Chandler family says:

    Dr Ramos was truly one of a kind. My kids loved him. We will miss him dearly. Our prayers are with the family and his practice!

  61. Jessie Swafford says:

    So thankful for the time we had with Ramos. He was such a gift to the world and to us. He listened and advised us according to what he had believed and he was so loved because of what he stood for and how much he cared for the wellness of his patience. I am so grateful for his life. He made such a tremendous difference in my life and so many others. Words could never even describe how truly amazing and life changing he was. He was a gift to us all. Thoughts and prayers for his family. May he Rest In Peace until we see him again.

  62. Kelly U and family says:

    Finding Dr Ramos when we moved to Savannah 4 years ago was a gift and a blessing. My heart is completely broken for his family, patients and their familiesand his practice. The world truly lost a good one with a kind heart and caring spirit. May God lift your spirit and open the gates of heaven to welcome you into His kingdom.

  63. Subhash Jadhav says:

    Dear Dr.Ramon, one more Talented, Graceful Pleasant Personality,the victim of unfortunate Epidemic.Great loss loss of the Society. Person who has loving Healing touch would not be with us anymore. Dr.Ramon has special and Precious place in our Hearts till the last breath of life. Deep Heartfelt condolances towards his family. May His Soul Rest in Peace. Salute to Dear Dr.Ramon’s loving Memories

  64. Ksena McCoy says:

    I only met Dr Ramos a few times while I was in nursing school. It was amazing to hear him back then. I see all these pages of kind words… wow, what a legacy he has left! I pray for hi family and patients. I know they are deeply saddened.

  65. Magda Kahn says:

    We have lost a very special and kind gentleman. Some of his accomplishments in my life included: He took care of my two sons until they went to college. He extended my husband’s life by three years, putting him on a vitamin and supplement treatment after he was given three months to live. He also took care of me in his Integrative Medicine practice. I will not forget his smile and our chats at exercise class. He definitely left his prints on many people. We will not forget him. “Que Dios te tenga en la gloria”!

  66. Carol Mobley says:

    I am so sorry! He was an incredible man and and the best Pediatrician hands down. The world lost an amazing man. My condolences to his family. He will forever be missed. I hope you are resting peacefully Dr Ramos ❤️

  67. Teda( mom of 4) says:

    He was amazing! We’ve loved him for more than 17 years. It’s difficult but smile when you remember him and think of the positive! He had 70 wonderful years and has left a legacy!

  68. Lauren Evans says:

    It is a rare to find a man so very courageous, bold, and empathetic, who not only imparts his wisdom to those around him but whose reputation of upholding his oath allows parents to trust him fully as he partners with them to establish deep seated wellness. Dr. Rainbows, as the kids call him, is so very precious to us as is his entire family. Without him, we wouldn’t have understood the complex issues with my daughter relating to topical steroid withdrawal; we would not have conceived the integral role vitamins play in daily wellness, we would not have established such a firm foundation of health in our family. It is such a priceless gift to learn from such a wise man and in learning become healthier as a family. The hole he has left cannot be filled, but his legacy lives on in each of us and will continue to live on in our children as we help them to understand health and their own bodies and the immune system that God has given to each of us. I’ve not met a more courageous practitioner, a man so willing to speak truth in such a world where others simply conform because it is easier to do so than to risk the criticism of others. The world and our country have lost a leader, and a man with utmost integrity at that. We love you all and will continue to pray over you. He is quite simply the best and will always remain so.

    The Evanses

  69. Danielle Thrift says:

    Dr. Ramos will forever be missed. He was the best pediatrician ever! I saw him from the time I was born in 1992. We recommended him to anyone looking for a pediatrician! I am forever great to him. He treated all of his patients as if they were his own family. Always felt at home when coming to see him! Prayers to the family!!

  70. Samuel Brown 3rd says:

    Very Special And Kind-Hearted Person and Very Soft Spoken

  71. JEFF AND HEATHER HENDERSON says:

    We were blessed to have Dr Ramos for a doctor ! We adopted our daughter and he stood by us ever step of the way..I mean every step of way !.He called her a miracle ….the love he gave our family during this time is something your heart never forgets!
    To his family we are so deeply sorry . May God be with his family at this time and God shower his light and love! To his staff we are sorry, you guys have always been so good to us and we pray for each one you during this time.

  72. Ted and Lisa says:

    You will be so missed. You helped our family in so many ways. We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

  73. Aguilar family says:

    We were honored to have our kids as patients of Dr. Ramos. We are extremely heartbroken for the loss of this man. An absolute legend and we are just so thankful to have had him the last seven years. Our hearts go out to his family and office staff. You will be so missed, sir.

    “Back to your mama”
    I will never forget him saying this at every appointment as he handed me my babies back.

  74. The Orr Family says:

    Our family prayers are with you, may the Spirit of God comfort you and your family. Strength for the journey and peace and love to your heart. My number one neighbor, you will be missed.

  75. Eli Welch and Angel says:

    I want to say im so sorry!! Eli just switched over to him two years ago and we loved him and his practice!! We was so excited to have him in our life. Thank you!! You will be missed by alot of patients..

  76. Kerry Johnson says:

    As a former newborn photographer at our local hospitals I was privileged to witness the excellent care and compassion with which Dr.Ramos extended to his newest patients and their excited parents. I only heard high praise from parents and nurses about Dr. Ramos. My sympathy and prayers for peace and comfort for his family and friends.

  77. Melissa Jones says:

    Dr. Ramos was a very sweet and special pediatrician who cared for my son when we moved to GA. Prayers lifted for his family, medical staff, and all of his patients. He will be greatly missed. He was the best!

  78. Kim Bazemore says:

    Paige and family,
    I’m sending my most heart-felt condolences, love and many prayers. I pray the love of family, friends and the comfort of the Holy Spirit will sustain you. Dr. Ramos cared for and loved on my most precious gifts, that being my children and grandchildren, since 1993. I trusted him with their care and he absolutely never let me down. It feels as though we also have lost a member of our family. I will always remember him and treasure our experience with him as our doctor.
    Much love to you all,
    Kim Bazemore

  79. Jessica Draper says:

    We are so saddened by the loss of a great man whose knowledge helped so many lives over several decades. He loved babies and it showed during each office visit. God bless his family and his office friends.

  80. Doreen Anderson says:

    Dr Ramos was the most kind, caring and compassionate doctor. He took care of all three of my children from birth to adulthood. I loved how he always kissed each one on the forehead after they were born. He provided the best care throughout their lives. We will miss him terribly. Our heartfelt condolences to his family. You are all on our prayers.

  81. Ashley Benson-Jaja says:

    Our hearts and prayers go out to you as you mourn the loss of such an amazing man. Dr. Ramos’s gentle spirit, loving heart and guiding hand helped show us the way as we entered into parenthood blindly and his continuous praise and assurance helped to build the confidence we have as parents today. We will forever hold him in our hearts. I will always think of him fondly sneaking kisses and loving on my babies as if they were his own. There is no one quite like him, he is truly irreplaceable. He was a precious gentle soul and we all were blessed to have known him.
    Thank you for sharing him-
    The Benson-Jajas

  82. Beth & Richard Forkner says:

    We are so sad to hear of Dr. Ramos’s passing, he was Blake and Bryce’s pediatrician until they left for college. He was such a sweet man and always made Dr. visits a pleasure. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  83. Briana & John & the girls says:

    Savannah has lost a legend, an icon.

    “She’s a true Bateman” he said of Aimerson, just a few short weeks ago at her first check up. “Good job Mama. She’s looking good, as usual. You two do good work.”

    2 weeks earlier he had seen her at the hospital. Although he wasn’t planning to be there, he decided to stop by when he heard another Bateman was here. I could hear him down the hall, talking to the nurses. Always, there is an uptick of energy when he’s near. In he breezed, owning the space.

    “I thought you were done!” He greeted us. We laughed.

    Dr. Ramon Ramos was my husband’s pediatrician and all 4 of my girls. It is because of him that Ainsley is alive. It is because of him and his policy to put patients first that Aivry is alive.

    Anyone who has had their babies seen by Dr. Ramos will know this scene… When checking them over, it was like he was in a bubble of adoration with all the time in the world to just grin at them and tell them how beautiful they were and to kiss them on their forehead. With them, he didn’t act like the busy, perfunctory Dr.

    I cannot verbally express the depth of my grief at the loss of Ramon.

  84. Ansley Bennett says:

    Dr Rainbow! You were our family pediatrician for almost 30 years. You took care of my boys and when my youngest passed you were there before any of my family arrived. You were our biggest advocate and will be missed terribly by the holistic community as well as much of Savannah. Thank you for loving our children and being such a kind soul. We love you❤️

  85. Sindy Arrieta says:

    My family and I are so saddened with the loss of Dr. Ramos. My mother tells me of the how my sisters, brother and I were one of his first patients back in the 90’s. My mother spoke no english and Dr Ramos was one of the only Spanish speaking doctors in Savannah. He became part of our family. As we grew up we lost touch until 14 years ago I had my first child and decided He HAD to be my childs pediatrician because he was mine! He was always so helpful and loving. I am truly thankful he was all 3 of my childrens pediatrician! We will miss him terribly! My condolences to the family and his loving staff as well.

  86. Heather says:

    I am across the country in California. When I first heard of Dr. Ramos, I was living in Colorado; it was July/Aug 2013; and what came to be a dear friend was relying on him getting her 9mo son through a tortuous hospital stay due to topical steroid withdrawal. He trusted this mama’s gut, her faith, intuition, research, and he trusted himself and his instincts and research enough to stand up to the hospital and protect this baby from further harm. He recognized the duality of western medicine: it could help *and* sometimes harm, too, and recognized there was a time and place to recognize the harm it could cause. He was a trusted backup for many moms in our support groups through the years since then. What a gem. We shall all miss you.

  87. Samanatha Cooper says:

    Dr. Ramos was my doctor when I was a child. He was such a wonderful doctor to my siblings and I that I promised myself when I become a mother he will become my children pediatrician. Five boys later he showed up to the hospital with a smile on his face and very genuine. He will be truly missed. Every time I walked the hallway of his doctor office you heard his laugh or his voice. He brighten up the place. This is hard to believe. Lord please wrap your arms around his love ones in their time of need.

  88. Amber Meeks says:

    Dr. Ramos was such a blessing to our family and to this world. We thank the Lord for giving him to us. We will miss you so very much. Praying for your family. May God bless you and keep you all. Love, Dustin, Amber, Adelaide, and Alaric Meeks

  89. The Graham’s says:

    Dr. Ramos, who loved and respected the ones who counted the most—Our Babies. A true advocate for the innocent who never backed down…I still can’t believe such a beautiful soul was called upon early. He will be missed and his legacy revered through hopes of preserving his mission by those who supported his efforts…

  90. Egypt Wilson/ patient says:

    I just found out about this news and it stopped my heart. Dr. Ramos wasn’t only the best doctor he was like my second father and I’m hurt right now, But you are in a better place and cov I d shouldn’t have taken you at all. I’m praying for the family of ramon Ramos and sending condolences because I know this is a hard time for those who know him. Rest in peace Dr. Ramon Ramos!!!

  91. Shaine Richelle Reese says:

    Dr. Ramos,
    I will miss you so very much! Thank you for loving me for me! I have so many fond memories of the many conversations we have had over the years as doctor/nurse but more as a friend!!!! You can/will NEVER be replaced as there can NEVER be another Dr. Ramos. Your love and compassion were one of a kind! With my loss last year you checked on me every single day that you came to the hospital to see how I was doing physically but mostly emotionally!!!! You ALWAYS kissed me on my forehead and let me know that I was important and loved!!! Paige and family, thank you for sharing him with the world and allowing him to let everyone he came in contact with know that they were important and loved!!!! You did not have to agree with him and his beliefs for him to “genuinely” love you for you!!! He ALWAYS had time to stop and listen no matter what he had going on. He was ALWAYS concerned for my family although he was not our primary care physician. I pray for peace to fill everyones heart that is broken at this time with the loss of such a beautiful life/soul. A peace that only God can provide. I pray that his family and friends may find peace in knowing the “countless” lives that he has touched. May we all try to show someone love as Dr. Ramos would. May we try to be better people in a world full of so much hate. May we love one another unconditionally as Dr. Ramos loved each that he came in contact with. May we try to be more patient and compassionate, may we carry on his legacy!!!! Rest in peace Dr. Ramos.

  92. Mark Murphy, M.D. says:

    Ramon was a kind soul, and a true champion for his patients. He will be greatly missed in the Savannah medical community. God bless him and his family.

    Mark E. Murphy, M.D.

  93. Cheryl Pruehs says:

    So deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our wonderful pediatrician. What a rare find he was in this world. A kind and compassionate doctor that offered natural solutions and put the well being of his patients first, who respected and supported a parents right to choose what is best for their family. What a better world it would be if we had more like him. Condolences to his family and his wonderful staff. Dr. Ramos, you will missed.

  94. Jeff Rayno says:

    When my wife, Laura, and I started looking for a pediatrician in Savannah in 1991, we discovered we could interview doctors to find a good fit. We were both very particular in our quest to be the perfect parents. Every doctor we went to seemed to be quite arrogant in their dispensing of services without parental input. It was a breath of fresh air to find the new offices of Dr. Ramos who had different philosophies of service. He believed parents should be partners in their child’s care. He gave out information. He had two separate waiting rooms…those who were sick and those who were well. He was not an advocate of Big Pharma. You could find cures at Brighter Day with Peter and Mary. Both Laura and I said, this is our man. Sadly, our daughter who was guided by his care, chose him to be her doctor for her little girl who is coming very soon…but he has passed. We are saddened and shocked. He was taken too soon. I personally loved this man for letting me look in my daughter’s ears with his little medical tool and telling me to look for healthy pink. He called me young man every time he saw me. You appreciate that as you age. He was a legend to me. I pray for his family. Surely his training will continue on in his staff. One last thing. He would never give the shots to children…staff did it…this was so the child would see him as a healer. That he was. A healer. He brought peace of mind to parent and child. In this world, that is monumental. RIP Dr. Ramos. God speed from the young man.

  95. Lynn Odom says:

    Dr. Ramos was our daughters’ pediatrician and cared for them from their birth (1992/1994) until they were too big to see him!!!! He had such a loving way with them and always made everyone feel at ease. I love that he tried alternative treatments with them instead of just prescribing a pill. He was a loving, big-hearted man and he will be greatly missed on this earth. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. I am sure that he is smiling down on all of us from Heaven!

  96. William E. Agudelo and Family’ says:

    Our hearts are saddened with this news. Our sincere condolences to his family for their tremendous loss. A loss that will be felt throughout our medical community and beyond.

  97. Pam wiggins says:

    What a devastating loss for his family, work family, and Savannah! He took care of our three girls for over 27 years. They loved Dr Ramos! He was an amazing physician and loving man. We always loved hearing his big laugh! He made all his patients feel special and loved. And he was always studying how to do medicine better!
    Even after the girls turned 18 he would still see them:) None of them wanted to get an adult dr!
    Thank you, Dr Ramos, for seeing my family through the most important years of their lives❤️

  98. Denise Langford says:

    We are so sad for the loss of dr Ramos ! He had a tremendous impact on my sons life (cup Langford)

    He had a heart of gold and gentle ways ! He was always a phone call away !

    We came to know if dr Ramos in 1991 ! When cup was 7 months old he had his first asthma attack , his regular pediatrician at 11:30 pm did not answer the phone and I remember a lady in the grocery store a while back tell me of dr Ramos she said he was awesome so I called him and he said meet me T memorial in 30 minutes which I did and dr Ramos never left cups side until he was 25 which was way to long to see a pediatrician but when he was told he was to old to continue going there our heart was sad, although he continued to check on cup through his life! We will always remember his love and compassion for all people! God bless all of his family and friends! Amen

  99. Leila Stallworth MD says:

    The Pediatric faculty at MCG are so sad to hear of this loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dr. Christina Ramos and all of the Ramos family.

  100. Scott Schnaible says:

    More than just a great doctor, Dr. Ramos was a wonderful person and teacher. As our pediatrician, he took fantastic care of our children. Professionally, he was a great mentor. Not only did I learn the medicine side of treating patients while training in his practice during my pediatric rotations, but I saw how he truly cared for not just the patient but the family as well. He listened and guided parents through difficult times with such compassion. Having watched him treat so many families with great care and kindness, it is not at all surprising to see the number of fond memories shared by his patients. To his family, I give my sincere condolences and prayers for your peace at your loss.

  101. Darlene Majesky says:

    Dr. Ramos was my son’s doctor since he was born Nov. 5 2006 and my daughters doctor sice she was 7 years old. No other pediatrician I have met showed the upmost care, knowledge, and patience, for kids as well as the entire family’s well being. Dr. Ramos, you are and will be missed by our family and many others in Savannah ❤

  102. Monica Witt says:

    Very sad to hear this news! May the Lord receive him with open arms because he was like an angel helping us parents take care of our children.
    Mine are grown now but we will always remember him with love and thankful for all his dedication to his patients. He was the Best!
    My deepest sympathy to all his family and love ones.

  103. Scott Bowling, PA-C says:

    Dr. Ramos was truly one of the good guys. I was blessed to have him as a preceptor during my clinical year of school. A wonderful physician and educator. Loved his patients and families. Extending our condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. RIP kind sir.

  104. Khira Stewart says:

    He was a great man he really took his time with us and really had my kids best interest at heart every time. He always made their appointments fun for them. He was more like a fun grandpa than a dr. My condolences go out to his family and staff cause he has a great staff all the way around as well which is a reflection of him as well. When we moved to Georgia finding a pediatrician that could care for my son’s celiac disease as well as understand his autism and learning difficulties and find one that also was well versed in children’s pulmonary diseases for my daughter’s asthma which I’m sure all sounds like things that every pediatrician should be knowledgeable about, but these were what this man specialized in so to find someone who really could care for my kids properly was a huge deal. Thanks to him I not only learned better ways to help my children, but he was so proactive with my son and ensuring his physical and mental health were properly cared for. He really was such a great man and will be missed. I’d love to pay my respects at the funeral this week

  105. Carmen Blitch says:

    I am so sad learning of Dr. Ramos’s passing. He was such a wonderful man. He helped me to become the confident mother, of 3, that I am today. There will be such a huge gap in medical care in GA without him. I am so thankful to have had him in the young years of my children. I truly hope his legacy continues. And condolences to his family, I can’t image the heartache you all are feeling right now. But you have a community that loves and supports you too. Prayers for peace during this time.

  106. Heather Dolinar and Family says:

    Dr. Ramos was one of a kind. We are heartbroken at his passing, but if anyone has left a mark on thousands of lives in Savannah, it’s him. We are so grateful to have had our two boys under his care for 8 years. I’ll never forget the joy on his face as he lifted our Elliot into the air like Simba from Lion King on the day he was born. He loved his patients, calmed the nerves of new parents, and always took extra time with his patients. My kids loved seeing him, and so did I. Sending up lots of prayers for his family and work family. We’ll miss you Doc.

  107. Lisa Jaye Young says:

    Chiming into the chorus here, Dr. Ramos will be missed! We’ve been patients since 2006 and always appreciated his kind eyes, playfulness that put kids at ease, and calm responsiveness to parents. His emphasis upon preventative care and alternative options will hopefully become a growing model. Condolences to his family & office-family.

  108. Allison King says:

    Dr.”Rainbow”’s passing is a huge loss for our community. He was such an easy choice for our family upon our first meeting with him preceding the birth of our first of three sons. We all loved this kind and brilliant man and doctor. He calmed me as a new mom and always made us feel special. We appreciated his approach to healing the whole person and preventing illness with a natural lifestyle and our sons were much more healthy than many of their peers.

    We are stunned and saddened that so many others will not experience his loving touch. God rest his soul❤️

  109. Craig Landolt says:

    I hardly know what to say. So many visions of this wonderful man flash through my mind. His holding my oldest son, that is now 25 and a Marine, the day he was born. His warm and compassionate care as my children grew up. The man who jumped out of his car at a stoplight to run back to my car and say hi because he saw me in his rear view mirror. That great smile now shines down upon from on high. Rest In Peace Dr. Ramos. Such a legacy of love.

  110. Jammie says:

    Dear Cindy, Linda, Kim…
    Dr. Ramos had so much trust and respect for you. You were all so good to him. The trust and respect he… and you all had for each other carried over to the parents of your patients. Dr Ramos… and any time I called the office, it didn’t matter who answered the phone, knew me and each one of my children.
    Dr. Ramos told my daughter Vivian (that had asthma) when she was a little girl that a “moma knows her child better than anyone”. If an illness wasn’t the obvious or something didn’t seem right, he always went with the mom’s instincts. I had so much trust in him. When he admitted my daughter Carley in intensive care at Memorial hospital, he was there every step of the way giving me assurance and being by her crib side talking to her and he would kiss her on her little head every visit. He made sure she felt safe, even at 9 months old. My four children loved him and they always felt safe to go to the doctor, never scared. Vivian has a little one on the way and she is sad Dr. Ramos will not be here to take care of her baby in the way he took care of her. She went to him her whole life, since 1991, even after she became an adult sometimes.

    One thing that always stood out to me, was the love he had for his family, you always heard him going through the hall’s mentioning one of his family members at your doctor visits Brooke, Christina Maria, all his daughters, or sons… and now he is in heaven reuniting with one of his son’s.

    Rest In Peace Dr. Ramos. My heart-felt condolences goes out to his family and practice.

  111. Laura Garner says:

    To the Ramos Family,

    Dr Ramos was truly an extraordinary and wonderful human being! I will always cherish the times I had taking care of his newborns as a Nurse at Candler! The whole floor would glow as you knew Dr Ramos was on the floor by his voice of whistles , hmmms, or just his “Good morning!” I would gladly hand over my stethoscope (as he usually never had his at the hospital) to him so he could listen to his sweet little new babies, alcohol swab in tow, wiped off and handed back! It may not seem like a lot but it became a ritual any time I would see him whether or not I had his patients I would offer my stethoscope and he would find me to give it back!
    He truly loved and cared for every one of his patients and their families! He took the time to educate the new moms! He also was a great mentor to us as medical staff! A very brilliant physician! I will be forever grateful for being a small part of Dr Ramos’ career and for his friendship that came with it!
    He will be terribly missed by all the lives he touched!
    God Bless Dr Ramos and your entire family!
    …… until we meet again!!!!

  112. Paula Rowden says:

    We are heartbroken. Dr Ramos was the only person I trusted with my four children. He help diagnose my daughter with special needs and get her the help and testing that she needed to be successful in school. He was always encouraging and positive. There’s simply no replacement for him. He will be sorely missed.

  113. Zennie Hall & family says:

    Dr. Ramos was the most wonderful extraordinary loving man. He took care of all three of my babies until they became adults. He was also the doctor for my first grandchild. What I remember the most through all the years is his true love. When I went through a battle with cancer, he took time out of his schedule to just talk to me. ” How are you doing? ” He said. He took time to help me with resources and to support my choice of a natural way to fight the cancer. Through him and God’s help…I was cancer free. He was and is amazing. His love, joy, fun, compassion with me and my babies have been wonderful and will be remembered forever. I will never forget how he not only cared for the babies, he cared for my family. He truly cared about people and took the time needed to reach out to them. I can’t stop crying. I know that he is in heaven now doing one of the things he loved, taking care of the babies among other joys in heavenly places. I pray that God Bless and that Holy Spirit Comfort those of his family and all of us left here behind for now. I will forever remember Dr Ramos as he continues to occupy a special place in my heart.. I will see him again. Not just yet. Sweet Peace and Comfort to all his family and all who love him. I will see you, our sweet Dr Ramos on the other side where there are no more tears but only Love, Joy and Laughter forever.

  114. The Hester Family says:

    So sorry to hear this news about this man who helped so many of us. Starting in 1991, Ramon oversaw child number 1 through 4 for us, and Cheri and I knew our kids were always in good hands. So glad that Ramon is getting to be with Yamil…that was such a tough loss for him. Our prayers are with all the family. Here’s to those great suspenders and that wonderful smile!
    Rev. Billy & Cheri Hester

  115. Julio & Kylee Davila says:

    He is truly irreplaceable. He was such an INCREDIBLE person and always let you know that you were heard & seen. So caring, above & beyond the requirements of a pediatrician. This community just took a huge hit- he will be missed by so many. We are thankful for the time we had with him & for all the love and care he provided to our kids.

  116. Threaa Kitchens Whitten the says:

    DR. RAMOS WAS A WONDERFUL MAN AND DOCTOR. MY DAUGHTER CASEY WAS HIS 15 PATIENT WHEN HE STARTED HIS PRACTICE IN SAVANNAH! ALSO , HE CAME TO THE HOSPITAL RIGHT HE BROKE HIS LEG TO TREAT MY SON PATRICK AND TOLD ME SOME THINGS ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN A BROKEN LED AND PATRICK WAS ONE OF THOSE THINGS. AND W/PHYLLIS HE WAS JUST THERE FOR ME BECAUSE I WAS 40YRS.OLD AND SHE REQUIRED EXTRA CARE! THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS NO CAN EVER REPLACE DR.RAMOS! HE WILL BE SADLY MISSED BY ALL

  117. Judy Naylor-Johnson says:

    My heart goes out to Dr. Ramos’ family. I will keep you in my prayers. Savannah was very fortunate to have him among us as our pediatrician. He is the only pediatrician my kids (born in 1999 & 2003) ever knew. We received excellent care and it showed that he truly cared about all of his patients. As a new mother I was grateful for his support of breastfeeding. His approach was wise and about far more than treating symptoms, he wanted his patients to heal. He played such an important role in the health, well-being and growth of so many happy children and families. He will be so dearly missed by so many.

  118. Elizabeth Cassiday says:

    Dr. Ramos was our children’s pediatrician years ago. I will always remember his concern for their wellbeing. He was a wonderful person as well as a doctor. Praying for the friends and family. He will be missed.

  119. Rosalind Jackson says:

    A man true to the care and well being of ‘his’ babies and their families! One-of-a-kind. My sincere condolences to my friend, Paige and the entire family. I pray for peace and understanding as you grieve the Homegoing of Dr. Ramos. He will be truly missed.

    Much love!

  120. Susie Tarpley says:

    We were so fortunate and blessed to have doctor Ramos (Dr. Rainbow to my kids) as our pediatrician and I’m or corner. He helped treat our first born with a rare issue that cropped up – super stressful as first time parents, but he was with us the whole way and she is healed and thriving. So of course when our second arrived there was no question who we’d. E sticking with.

    You made such a huge impact on our lives and the lives of so many others – your expertise and the strides you made in the medical community (specifically in regards to the more holistic minded and acceptance of that) will be sorely missed.

    Sending my deepest sympathies to your family and staff

  121. Stephen Staton says:

    Devastated. Dr. Ramos had such a passion and love for what he did and the babies and parents he served. He was gentle, kind, and loving but fierce and respected. He will forever be missed and may his love live on.

  122. Margarita and Edwin Santana says:

    Junior (Dr. Ramos) was a wonderful and loving person, and we know that the Ramos family have suffered a great loss. Edwin and I will always remember Junior (Dr. Ramos) and feel very fortunate to have known him. Please know that you are very much in our thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow. .

  123. Ashanti Broan says:

    Dr Ramos was and is an amazing Pediatrician. We’ve been going to him since my son was born then my daughter last year. He showed nothing but compassion and reassurance when I was a first time mom with my son. He will truly be missed.

  124. Na’Keyia Joyce, Antoinette Evans, OnRico&Gabryella Solomon says:

    Dr Ramos…… THEE BEST PEDIATRICIAN Savannah ever had!!! I’m going to miss him. We all know how amazing this man is!! My mother Antoinette met him in the 90’s when she worked in the ER and when he opened his practice my brother, myself and a few of my cousins started going to him. He was the best male doctor a good could have. When I had my children OnRico and Gabryella I automatically knew Dr Ramos would be their pediatrician. He’s my cousins pediatrician as well. He is our children family doctor. I’m still in disbelief. He was so sensitive, loving, caring, smart, and handsome!! I love that he’s a holistic doctor that encouraged me to be a holistic massage therapist. All of the things he’s taught me about my babies I pass on to my friends that have babies. I’ve encouraged all of my friends to go to Dr Ramos!! RIH Dr Ramos you’re truly loved and missed

  125. Deepa patel says:

    Dr Ramos
    We will truly miss you
    Dr Ramos was very kind soul he was too good human
    Just wanna pray for his family to give them strength
    May his soul Rest In Peace

  126. Tiffany Gonzalez and family says:

    Dr. Ramos was an amazing man and incredible Pediatrician. He made us feel as he was part of the family or we were part of his. When we had our son there was no question that he would be our sons dr as well. He will truly be missed. His entire staff feels like part of the family. Our prayers are with Dr Ramos’ family and friends!

  127. The Lee family says:

    Thank you, Dr. Ramos for taking care of my babies, and now my grand baby over the past 30 years. There will never be another like you, or never another that could take your place. We first met Dr Ramos in 1991. He had just opened his practice and we needed a Pediatrician for our baby on the way. She was one of his very first patients in his new practice. Almost 5 years later my son came along. You have taken care of our grandchild now for almost 8 years. We are so saddened that you are gone. It’s like still hard to believe. We will never forget you. You were always in my children’s eyes ,as well as ours… “The Most Powerful Wizard “ You will be missed dearly. RIP Dr. Ramos! Praying for your Family, Staff, & Patients

  128. Team Taylor says:

    We always felt safe in his care. We always felt loved in his care. We always looked forward to his care. We love you Dr. Ramos. This world just won’t be right without you.

  129. Meka Hall says:

    Dr.Ramos was a wonderful pediatrician who obviously believed that God created human perfectly ❤ it was so obvious by the way he trusted the immune system and parental judgment and breastfeeding and supported the home birth mamas. He will be greatly missed yet remembered and spoken of highly for many years to come his legacy being legendary in itself. May Gods holy spirit wrap around your hearts and minds through this difficult time until you see him again in the resurrection.

  130. Sandy McDonald says:

    Words can’t begin to describe the heartbreak Tommy and I feel. Dear Ramos family, your Dad saved our son’s life time and time again. The love, confidence and knowledge he continued to give us through the years will never be forgotten. Even when we had to graduate to an adult doctor, I always knew all I had to do was place a call and he would answer. Please know you all are in our prayers during this time of pain and sorrow. I bet the angels in heaven stood straighter when he entered the gates! RIP Ramon , Thank you for loving Tommy!!

  131. Tenille Cromwell says:

    Dear Paige and children,
    Your husband and Dad made such an impact on my family. Dr. Ramos’ obvious love of children cannot be taken away. As a first time Mom, he loved my son, and gave me wonderful advice confirming that I am in charge. We are devastated that he won’t be able to grow with our son, but that is nothing compared to your loss. We hope you find comfort in the wonderful words articulating the loss we feel as a community, and pray for peace for your family. Thank you for sharing him with us. Our lives are brighter thanks to his love and light!
    Love,
    Tenille Cromwell

  132. Susan Hoang says:

    Thank you, Dr. Ramos for helping me to be an educated and informed mother. Reading all of these excerpts floods my memory with my own stories. You taught me more than I could ever type in this little box. You will never know the impact you had on my family’s life. Condolences to the family and staff.

  133. Marlena Smith and family says:

    We are deeply saddened by the loss of such a great man and an amazing Pediatrician!
    We were so blessed to have had Dr. Ramos as our pediatrician for our 4 year old twins. Such a devastating loss to so many! He is truly irreplaceable in the medical community! May God bless you and your family. We will miss you greatly!

  134. Janet Ruhan and family says:

    We are grateful to have had Dr. Ramos as our pediatrician. I can’t imagine trusting anyone else the way I have trusted him. His dedication to his patients was heartfelt; he really treated them as his own. We will miss him tremendously. Sincere condolences to his family and staff.

  135. Sidh patel says:

    Dr Ramos
    A great human a blessed soul with a good heart
    Always cheerful and caring
    You will be truly missed and want to really appreciate for everything you did
    Prayers for his immediate family
    May his soul Rest In Peace

  136. Susan and Eric Darling says:

    Dr. Ramos was a calming force in the life of a new parent. He cared for the whole family and always put my children at ease. He was an incredible advocate for his patients especially at a time when there weren’t other holistically minded physicians in town. Our hearts are broken about his family’s loss and we send you our sympathy and prayers.
    May “Dr. Rainbows” memory be a blessing,
    Eric, Susan, Evelyn and Eli Darling

  137. The Devlin Family says:

    We are so very sorry to hear of the passing of Dr. Ramos. He was a kind, compassionate, and amazing pediatrician. His concern for his patients went above and beyond. Our sincerest condolences to his family and staff.

  138. Andaysia Green says:

    May God Bless His Family He Was Nothing But Loving And Caring From The Very First Moment He Met Me And KeiShaun. He Made Me Laugh And Did His Job How He Was Suppose To, You’re Truly Going To Be Missed Every Visit To Your Office Was A Blessing And You Made Sure Everything Was Good Everytime No Matter What You And The Team Made My Mom Life Easier, I Send Condolences To Your Family and Staff & Every Moment With You As KeiShaun Ped. Was Treasured. You Had A Great Personality I Won’t Ever Forget You!

  139. Dr Paul Harch & Juliette Harch says:

    God bless the Ramos family in this time of loss. A great doctor, a fine man, he will be missed very very much by friends, family & patients. Sending our condolences from New Orleans.

  140. Jose L Miranda says:

    My condolence to the family may he RIP …. last time I saw him was when we were celebrating his mother’s birthday in Puerto Rico circa 2005-07 new him since 1960 as a young boy in Caparra Terrace, P.R. God Bless !!

  141. Carla Kasal says:

    I am very sad to hear this news. We moved away from Savannah almost 14 years ago, but I have always shared with others how Dr. Ramos helped my daughter get well when she was very ill at 10 months of age. We switched pediatricians because of our experience with him and never regretted it. He was a good man, a good doctor, and it was quite evident that he loved our babies almost as much as we do. This litany of wonderful memories from all of these people is a wonderful tribute to him. I pray that God will comfort his family and bless is soul for all of eternity.

  142. Mary Suddath & Family says:

    There are a few incredible healers that I have encountered during my forty-three years as a pediatric nurse. Dr. Ramon Ramos was one of them. A few weeks ago, I stood on the roof of the parking garage at Memorial, outside of his hospital room, and prayed for his healing alongside his family, friends and members of the medical community. While I was standing there, I remember thinking about all of the lives he had touched during his time here on earth, and how no one could ever fill his shoes. I was privileged to know and work with him, not just in the Pediatric ICU, but also as one of his office nurses in 1994-95. I will attest to the fact that his patients and families adored him, and he treated every single one like they were family. He was larger than life, never met a stranger, and could light up the room with his hearty laugh. I also loved the way he was able to integrate so much of nature and good sense within his practice of medicine. His patients rarely got sick enough to be in the PICU, and if they did, he was always there to check on them. I will miss seeing him in the hallway, hearing call me “Maria” and getting one of his big hugs. He was born to serve and he did so with great love and humility. May he Rest In Peace.

  143. Nathan Coles says:

    We will miss Dr. Ramos because he made you feel so comfortable in the midst of difficult situations. May his family find comfort in knowing he lived his plan and life purpose to the full pleasure of God. May every life he touched be a positive beacon of his influence and care.

  144. Catherine Bowman and family says:

    We can only reiterate what has been said so eloquently by so many others. Ramon cared about his patients and their families. He inspired his patient Sarah to go to medical school. I have a very vivid memory of my son (playing football in college at the time and over 200 lbs), sitting on one of the small child’s chairs because he would only go to Dr. Ramos. Going to the doctor’s office was always a pleasure for our kids – even when they were sick. Christina and Kim, Eric, Christopher and Paige, Linda, Cindy and other staff – what a wonderful tribute here for Ramon, and the care he took in his patients, and the love he instilled, will carry on for generations!

  145. Finch Family says:

    My family fell in love with Dr. Ramos and his love for children on our first visit to his practice. He supported us fully with our child’s care and respected our decisions. We had the utmost respect for his opinion, style and utter love that he gave all the children. We are truly blessed to have known him as our child’s physician and will miss him and his joyful manner. Prayers and Condolences to all the family! Our hearts are broken for your loss!

  146. Louise Burke says:

    I am deeply hurt. Dr.Ramos has been apart of my family for 23 years, he has been all my kids and my grandson pediatrician. We are very sadden and we send our heartfelt condolences to his family we love you are and are praying for your strength.❤❤❤

  147. The Diaz’ Family says:

    May the departed soul rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  148. The Peeples Family says:

    Paige and family,
    We fell in love with Dr. Ramos nearly 8 years ago as fairly new parents, when we moved here looking for a pediatrician with like minded views. I always left his office with my babies feeling like they were the luckiest patients to have a provider like him. He was truly the best there ever was. We feel his loss tremendously. He was a wonderful man, a fantastic pediatrician and he leaves behind such a legacy. I can only pray that the outpouring of love from the community, friends and patients of his will cover you and help ease the pain.
    Our sincerest condolences to his family and staff. May God keep you and hold you close.
    We love you Dr. Ramos. The world lost a true gem. May you Rest In Peace.

    Corey, Sarah, Finn, Walker, Edie, and Henry Peeples

  149. Dave and Sydney Lindquist says:

    We are so grateful we found Dr. Ramos. It seems Savannah will never be the same. We felt so safe knowing we had him in our corner. He made us feel confident as new parents. It was always such a pleasure to meet with him. I remember vividly, with both of our girls, the look in his eyes when they came in for their first visits as newborns. Each time he kissed them and said, ” I love new life”. And you knew instantly that he deeply cared for each and every child. Thank you for everything Dr. Rainbows. We know you will be watching over all of our children from the other side of the rainbow. Our deepest condolences to his family and staff. May you find peace in knowing he will always be a legend to so many.

  150. Ly & Vy Nguyen says:

    Dr. Ramos delivered both myself and my sister, and we were under his care until we both left for college in Texas. His kindness will never be forgotten, especially by our family. He was exceptionally patient, understanding, and empathetic when our mother, a Vietnamese immigrant with broken English, would call or bring us in with any concern. Now that I am on my way to becoming a physician myself, I can wholly recognize that Dr. Ramos embodied what it meant to be a physician, to care for others with an open and accepting heart. He truly left an impact on many people, including myself and my family. He will be deeply missed but I hope that his spirit continues to live on and inspire others to live life with kindness and empathy.

  151. Pam Anderson says:

    I hardly know where to begin. I had not seen Ramon in several years and was unaware that he was even sick. I was honored to not only work alongside alongside of him as a RN in the Pediatric Intensive care Unit in the late 1980s to early 1990s but was also befriended by he and his wife, Kim. He was the most lovable person. His laughter and smile could light up a room. He always has a smile and hug for others. I am saddened by the kids of him. He was an incredible doctor, none like him ever, and there will never be another Ramon. Ramon was my own small son’s pediatrician and like all children who came in contact with him, my son loved him. He was so loved by so many. My memories of him and the times with he and Kim at work and outside work are so very precious to me. He and Kim also helped me during a very dark period in the life of my son and myself. To those who loved him so: all the family, his parents, siblings, children, and grandchildren as well as those who loved him
    m as fiercely and not listed in the obituary, may the Lord God Almighty be with them at this time in their grief. He will be very missed for a very long time. I’m thankful for the time I had to know him.

  152. Gunner and Mila's parents says:

    Dr. Ramos was a true blessing to our family! I always felt at ease knowing that he and his staff were the ones caring for my children. I loved it when he called my son ” What a Mouse!!! “. He and his staff thought me how to take good medical care of my children to keep them in good health. I can not thank him enough for his expertise in the medical field. Dr. Ramos, you will never be forgotten!!!

  153. John H says:

    Pediatrician to our 2 daughters and integrative medicine practitioner for my wife years ago, he was a blessing to our entire family. Exceptional man full of kindness.

  154. Angie Dempsey says:

    I was greatly saddened to learn of Dr. Ramos’s passing. What a great loss to the medical community.
    He was pediatrician to our three children, and was always so caring and kind.
    I remember when our first son was born, and he had to stay in the hospital for the first week after, that Dr. Ramos would come into the NICU calling out for his Geoffrey! I would gently remind him that we were calling him by his middle name, which was Cameron, but he continued to call him Geoffrey every time he came to check on him! He was such a joy to have as our pediatrician to a new mom who was at a loss about babies.
    My deepest condolences to his family.

  155. Philip & Julie Deason says:

    We are so very sorry about the loss of Dr. Ramos. Sending prayers to his family and to his work family that he loved as well. You will be missed by so many people but will never be forgotten. You were one of a kind and respected by so many. Rest easy Dr. Ramos.

  156. Megan White says:

    We are so thankful for the time we spent with Dr. Ramos, and we are heartbroken that he is no longer with us. I wish I could thank him one more time for the wonderful impact he has had on our family and our 3 babies. He was such a kind man, to our children from their first days to their very last appts, and also to me as a new mom navigating parenting each time. I know he truly cared about each of us, and we will miss him so! Praying for comfort and peace for his family and staff in the days ahead.

  157. Yolanda Caudill says:

    Ramón was a breath of fresh Puerto Rican air when I found him doing rounds. With his colorful shirts and loud voice booming across the hospital hallways :”Mija, cómo estás!”. Always cheerful, always with friendly conversation about our common roots. Rest In Peace, friend. Really sad news here but Heaven is happy!

  158. Melody Rodriguez says:

    I met Dr. Ramos in 1998 when my son Isaac was born. As soon as he walked in the room I felt a sense of relief and his aura of peace, love for children and his amazing Puertorriqueño accent. We clicked immediately and I was blessed with a Pediatrician that understood my strong, young mother’s commitment to be engaged in the health and wellness of my children, while upholding Latino cultural traditions and a natural, toxic-free life. What I did not know is that Dr. Ramos would became a part of my life for the next 23 years, and caring for all of my 3 kids. His departure has brought sadness to our hearts. I will miss chatting with him at OTF before workouts, seeing him drive around town in his cool car, and showing love to his beautiful wife and work partner as they worked the halls of his office. My condolences to all of your family ❤️
    Thank you Doctor Ramos for making space in your life for my family and for caring for my babes since birth and until now.
    Que Dios te tenga en Su gloria y llene de paz y tranquilidad a los seres queridos que lo van a extrañar. Con mucho cariño y agradecimiento,
    Melody Rodriguez and the Ortiz children: Isaac (23), Isabel (18), and Rebeca (10)

  159. The Brigdon Family says:

    So very grateful and blessed for having known Dr. Ramos. He was a Heaven sent gift to our community. He was not only a dedicated healer, but a teacher and mentor. He was a sweet,caring,and genuine human who advocated for living life in the best way possible. My 1st child was among those to be welcomed to his practice in 1991 and when the twins came prematurely in 1997, his was the first smiling face and reassuring voice I saw and heard later that morning. He had seen them and brought me pictures. Words can never express the profound impact he had on so many. May God bless and hold him, his family, and friends
    Dr. Ramos will be remembered with much love the longest day of our lives
    Our deepest condolences to his family and staff
    Rest in Peace dear one…..

    RW,Kathy, Mary Elizabeth, Sarah and Buddy

  160. Lauren Prue says:

    Dr Ramos was the very definition of what a dr should be. His patients came first no matter what and he was respectful of parents decisions. He saved my babies life and had I not found him, I truly believe she’d not be here today. Because of him, my baby has all speech back and her hearing has improved as well. My eldest is off the multiple inhalers and pills she had been enslaved to her entire life got severe chronic asthma. Dr Ramos was one of a kind and so very special. I am forever grateful and blessed to have found him when we did. He will be so missed. Prayers for your family. We are so deeply saddened with the loss of a rare and one of a kind doctor.

  161. Rose Manning says:

    Dr Ramos was so good with my children from the beginning. The day after my son was born, he came to the hospital and was just loving on my baby. He told me he was so excited to get to know my new edition. He was so patient and kind. I’m so sad to hear of his passing. Prayers for his family that they find peace during this time.

  162. Ours Family says:

    Our daughters have been patients of Dr. Ramos for the last seven years. The first visit (our oldest was 1), we knew this was the doctor the Lord placed in our lives. We are thankful to have had the opportunity to get to know such a wonderful man. What a wonderful legacy he has left. Praying for comfort and peace during this time for his loved ones.

    The Ours Family

  163. Brenda Allen says:

    My prayers of comfort are to the family. Dr. Ramos was a God send for my grandson. I’ll never forget the impact he has had on his life since his birth. For anyone that had anything to do with my grandson, his words to me was “make sure they treat him right.” We miss him dearly.

  164. Danna S Jones says:

    Dr. Ramos is one the best doctor and a true example of what a doctor should be. I am so ever grateful to have been his 1st MOA when he begin his private practice in 1992 in Savannah GA. He taught he everything, I know and he took excellent care of my Tony the bond we both share with our son’s. Rest on Dr. Ramos we will always have you in our hearts.
    Danna, Tony, Ahliah Mike Robinson- Jones

  165. Alex Floyd says:

    A great man. Brought me through Asthma as a child. Made the best paper airplanes. Condolences.

  166. The Perez family says:

    We are overwhelmed with sadness to hear of Dr. Ramos’s passing. Shortly after we arrived in Savannah in ’96, our 6 year old son developed pneumonia. SInce he specialized in pulmonary pediatrics I called his office and, though Dr. Ramos wasn’t taking new patients, he told me to bring him in right away and from then on he was our children’s pediatrician. He was the kindest, most personable and caring doctor we’ve ever encountered. I can truly say that we loved him and it feels as though we’ve lost a member of our family. He was one of a kind.

    Our condolences go out to all of his family members and to his wonderful office staff, who were/are always thoughtful, kind and compassionate as well. We’re praying for all of you.

    Gretchen. George, Spencer and Gabe Perez

  167. The Cabrera family says:

    Our comforts to the Ramos family, we are heartbroken to receive this tragic news. Dr. Ramos was an amazing person and pediatrician for our family. Over 24 years have passed since we first came across his friendly attitude. His loving and caring demeanor really reflected onto our children to become better people. We are truly going to miss this grand person. May God have him in his holy glory. Lots of love and support for his family.

    Manuel, Oralia Cabrera and his family.

  168. Greer Gadsden Larned, MD says:

    To the loved ones and friends of Dr Ramon Ramos:

    Dr Ramos will always be a beloved colleague to me. He was always a gentleman and always pleasant. Personally, he called me “Doctora” with such respect. His influence in pediatrics remains vast and wide. We need doctors that are not afraid to embrace their beliefs always for the health and safety of this field of pediatrics we love and shared.
    He always spoke proudly and warmly of his beloved family. Every idea was based on what he deemed acceptable and safe for his family and was given to his patients and their families.
    We will miss you dearly Ramon. Now rest until we meet again

  169. Lawrence E Ruf, MD says:

    Ramon was a unique individual who embodied all the characteristics we would select when crafting an ideal physician. He was loving, soft, kind, compassionate, broadly knowledgeable, fiercely dedicated to his patients & their families, always available, & of course always dapper in dress. In the 40 years I’ve known him, he has always had a smile & cheerful exuberant greeting for me or anyone he would meet.
    Few people have been able to blend western medicine & natural medicine as well as he did, such that there are legions of parents & patients who love him & sing his praises, as is evident on these pages.
    We as a medical community have lost an exceptional physician & contributor to our body of medical knowledge. He was & will continue to be an inspiration to many the who’ve known him.
    May perpetual light shine upon you, & may you rest in peace, my friend.

  170. Judi and Chuck Bargeron says:

    Dr. Ramos was a wonderful pediatrician to our daughter when she was young. He was attentive and listened to her. He was also a fun volleyball teammate back in the day. We are so sorry to hear of his death.

  171. The Holcey Family says:

    We are extremely saddened by the death of Dr. Ramos. We were fortunate to be able to have him as a friend as well as a great doctor to our family members. Prayers for the family members and also praying that they will treasure and reserve the wonderful times they had shared with him.

  172. Joan Wade says:

    Dr Ramos was clearly a man who was loved by those of us who were fortunate enough to work with him & know him. He will be missed and remembered as a gentle, kind man and an excellent communicator with families, kids and staff. Lifting his loved ones in peace and hope.

  173. The Knudsen Family says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone more suited to their job than Dr. Ramos. He cared for children and parents equally. His “How are YOU?”s went straight to the heart.
    What a treasure.
    What a light we’ve lost. But we are so very grateful for his legacy
    Our prayers and love go out to his family and co-workers.

  174. The Cohen Family says:

    Dr. Ramos was one of the kindest, smartest, funniest & sweetest people I have ever met! Sending OXOX all the way to Heaven. We all love and miss you. Until we meet again!

    Love,
    Molly, Lance, Ethan & Eric

  175. Sean Holcey says:

    Dr. Ramos was all Man. I met him (his family) though my friendship with his son Yamil(Tony). I have seen him go from upset, stern and then to caring. Always caring, he cared about his family, his community, his friends and his profession. When he entered the room you sat up straighter, paid careful attention to what he said and felt better from the great advice he was giving you because you knew he cared. He Cared for us all, Love you and Good Night.

  176. Linn Gresham says:

    There is just no one quite like him, I’m so sorry for the loss to the Ramos family and to our community. What an incredible impact his work and his contributions have made all over the world. It was so easy to love him because he was so fun and kind to my son when he was a baby and growing child.

  177. Mary, Michael, & Michael,II says:

    There has hardly been a time when discussing pediatricians that Dr. Ramos’ name was not mentioned right away! Such love and dedication I had never experienced from any physician. Unparalleled!
    We met Dr. Ramos almost 21 yrs ago and he had been the physician to our son until he left for the navy in 2018. This wonderful soul will be sorely missed as he has definitely left a lasting imprint on the hearts of many. Prayers for the family!

  178. The Bakalo Family says:

    The level of appreciation our family has for Dr. Ramos’ cannot be measured. The way he stood for us, as well as others families will truly be difficult to match. Our family will keep, and continue your methods of care and advice in mind. We love you Dr. Ramon Ramos’.

  179. The Belk Family says:

    We’ve been through so much with Dr Ramos. He treated our boys like his own, and always greeted them with a hug and a smile—even on their not so good days. We are so thankful that he was the first physician our boys knew. We will miss him dearly.

  180. The Peck Family says:

    Dr. Ramos has taken care of our three boys. I will never forget when we ran into him outside of Home Goods. My youngest saw him first and ran to greet him. Dr. Ramos was on the phone but that didn’t stop the wave and the hug! He has fathered such a sweet community that will miss him dearly. Thank you for everything Dr. Ramos!

  181. Cindy Cannon says:

    Dr. Ramos,

    Always with a smile , such a wonderful man and doctor. He will truly be missed by so many. Sending love and prayers to the family and friends.
    Paige, I am very sorry for you loss of the “love of your life “.

    God bless

  182. Christi & Will Graham says:

    Paige and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. We will miss Ramon and his great laugh and Sangria when we can all be back between the hedges in Athens. We are lifting you up in thought and prayer.

  183. Jeanne Glover says:

    Dr Ramos was our family’s pediatrician from 1993-2016, caring for my 3 kids from their births through high school. Dr Ramos was always accessible, always caring, and always responsive – no matter how minor or major the health concern turned out to be and no matter how straightforward or complicated the diagnosis turned out to be. This unwavering dedication applied regardless of the time of day or night, regardless of whether it was a workday, weekend or holiday, and regardless of whether we were in Savannah or on an out-of- town trip facing an unexpected medical challenge. This same caring attitude was extended to us by Dr Ramos’ dedicated nurses and office staff too, for which I remain grateful.

    My first memory of Dr Ramos is interviewing him while pregnant with our first child, as parenting books recommended expectant parents do. Despite my obvious lack of knowledge, Dr Ramos was so kind as he patiently addressed every question. As I was approaching the end of my questions I asked him what he thought of breast feeding. I wasn’t thrilled about the idea, imagining how challenging it would be, especially as I returned to my full time corporate job which involved international travel. Dr Ramos leaned forward across his desk and replied simply but firmly “Is there any other way!!?” I was so startled that my legal pad fell off my lap and I was quickly converted as he extolled the benefits of breast feeding.

    As other families have written, I too learned so much from Dr Ramos; to trust my instincts, to know when to be concerned about a fever, to respect that some illnesses especially certain viruses needed time and not antibiotics,… the list of lessons learned goes on and is forever ingrained in my mind. I can distinctly remember the times Dr Ramos told me he’d meet us at the hospital -if things didn’t improve, and the times he’d call ahead to tell the hospital to expect us in the fortunately rare times a hospital visit became necessary.

    Dr Ramos knew me as a mother and each of my children so well. It was clear he remembered my kids’ personalities, and truly cared about not only their health but also about their schoolwork, extracurricular activities, interests, and goals. He had the gift of blending firm concise advice with kindness and humor, and blending Western medicine with holistic approaches. Vaccines were not discouraged, and surgeries such as tonsillectomies and ear tubes were encouraged when repeat occurrences proved that they were necessary.

    My family was so blessed to benefit from Dr Ramos’ assistance. I extend my deepest sympathies and gratitude to his family and staff.

  184. The Miller Family says:

    I was so sad to hear of the sickness and passing of our beloved pediatrician Dr. Ramos. I met him for the first time at Candler Hospital nearly 11 years ago when I selected him to be my son’s doctor. I will never forget how he helped me to latch him with the football hold when I expressed to him how I was in pain and didn’t like the way breastfeeding felt. We were in the office often during that first year as first time parents with lots of the normal fears and concerns. When I had my daughter in 2018, I remember the kisses he gave her forehead and him telling me “She’s perfect Momma” as he placed her back in my arms. We will miss his jovial laugh, big smile, and kind, compassionate demeanor. Our continual prayers to all of his family, friends, and staff. Heaven has truly gained an angel.

    Maurice, MarQuiesha, Mason, and Megan Miller

  185. Jose Ramon Ruiz Moreno says:

    My deepest condolences to the family. Remembering Dr. Ramos as a generous and compassionate individual.

  186. The Jaynes family says:

    We were shocked and saddened to learn of Dr. Ramos’ death. Blessed to have known Dr. Ramos as our son’s Pediatrician. He was truly and good man. Our hearts and prayers for comfort for his family.

  187. The Lavrisa Family says:

    All four of our children Sean, Melanie, Tiffany and Ryan LAVRISA were patients of Dr. Ramos from birth until they left for college. Being our pediatrician he became a vital part of our family. Our hearts are breaking with his loss. Sending lots of love and prayers to his family…..our deepest sympathy.

  188. Wanda Ramos says:

    As a son, he was very special, and loving, as a brother, one of the best, as a human being, one in a thousand. Our family will never forget him. Our love for him is stronger than death.
    Wanda Ramos
    Sister

  189. Penelope A Guild says:

    My son Simon was a patient since e moved to Savannah when he was one year old (now thirteen) and really like Dr. Ramos. I always appreciated his thoughtful approach to treatment, his sense of humor and great bedside manner with my son. I was shocked to just now learn of his passing and my deepest sympathies go out to his family.

  190. Nichole Jenkins says:

    I wish I could tell him one more time how grateful I am to him for expecting me to be an educated, bold, and assertive momma for my babies. He showed such grandfatherly love toward my children, and all his patients. He was my pediatrician as a child and has been loved by my family for nearly 2 decades. I can’t even imagine the sense of loss his family is facing when I, as just a patient, can’t stop the sorrow and tears. My deepest, heartfelt condolences and prayers for his family and closest friends in this time of grief… He was an incredible man and has left a powerful, far-reaching legacy- impacting lives he never even knew he changed.

  191. The Mulling Family says:

    It has taken me a few days to wrap my head around this happening hearing the news of Dr. Ramos has saddened me beyond expression, it has been such a privilege knowing him for the past 20 years. Dr. Ramos was the only pediatrician that I ever trusted with all 3 of my babies. I could never begin to thank him for the love he expressed to not only my kids but to me, all of the wonderful things he taught me about medicine for my children and how to properly care for them when they weren’t feeling their best. My kids were never afraid of Dr. Ramos- always overjoyed to see the man with the Hawaiian shirts. He has forever touched my life as a mother and always seen as family.

  192. The Hobbs Family says:

    Both of my kids were supposed to see him today. I can’t tell you how sad we are to hear of his passing. Prayers of comfort and peace to his beautiful family. I hope they know that he was special to so many. I will always remember him holding my babies during their fresh 48’s and beaming with love. He always made me feel like a wonderful mom and I don’t know what we will do without him.

  193. Chelsea Towe says:

    So very saddened with the passing of Dr. Ramos. I recently just had my first son in November. He eased a lot of my first-time fears and treated my son as if he was his own. I loved what he stood for and am so grateful I had the opportunity of meeting him. My heart pours out to his family and friends. He will be missed, but never forgotten.

  194. Kim Spencer says:

    Dr. Ramos (and Cindy) are responsible for helping me recover my son from extreme autoimmune disease and I will forever be grateful. P is now an independent 20 year old, He otherwise would have been institutionalized. But even better, he let me help 350 other parents dealing with the same issues in his office at no cost to the parents. Who does that? His legacy runs wide and his choice to stand up to the status quo is legendary. He will be forever my family’s hero. We love you Dr. Rainbow!

  195. Delora Kennebrew and Ashley Grantham says:

    We will forever be grateful for the kindness and generosity Dr. Ramos and his staff extended to our family. He had been a dedicated pediatrician to me from my birth! He was sweet and full of light all of the time. We moved from Savannah 10 years ago and til this day we will never forget how amazing he was. His impact will be in the hearts of everyone that knew him. I’ll always remember the colorful waiting rooms, his comforting/reassuring words and his Hawaiian shirts! Dr. Ramos will be missed immensely. We offer our deepest and most sincere condolences to his family and staff. Thank you for everything you have done for us. We are sending love and prayers from up North.

    -Ashley and Delora

  196. Michelle Trenaman and Family says:

    We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Dr. Ramos. We are so saddened to hear of the passing of such a wonderful gentleman, doctor, and friend. He was an amazing pediatrician to our children and we will always be remember his professionalism, kindness, and warmth. May his smile and contagious laugh continue to shine just as bright up in heaven.

  197. Dale Price says:

    I just learned of Ramon’s passing from my visiting nurse. To the family I send my sincere condolences. That phrase seems so inadequate when speaking of Ramon and the loss his passing means not only to the family but to all the lives he touched. He was a good, kind, and generous spirit. He was loving and supportive of my nieces, Alana and Brooke, and was a molding and refining influence in their lives. He was thoughtful of my parents, especially Dad. If Ramon heard Dad was ill, the phone would ring and it would be Ramon. .He would drive across the county to pop in to check on Dad. In 1991 when my granddaughter was born prematurely with complications and my daughter’s life was in question, we had serious issues of negligence among the hospital staff. I believe — I don’t know but I believe — Ramon learned of the battle we were fighting and “whispered” a few words into the right ear because on the third day the neonatal unit suddenly began paying attention. He was kind and caring to the Sandefur Family and this Sandefur will be forever grateful.. He will truly be missed.

  198. Westlund Family says:

    Our hearts mourn for the loss of this amazing man and doctor. We had the pleasure of knowing him for 8 years as he was the pediatrician for my two youngest children.. May God help his family through this difficult time. You will forever be in our hearts Dr. Ramos.. RIP

  199. Marlies Baker says:

    We were floored with Dr. Ramo’s work! He didn’t push a lot of things and just felt like a old traditional doctor, who cared for the client and took his time. We have yet found a doctor like him in our new state I doubt we ever will. Thank you for showing my kids how doctors are suppose to treat patients 🙂

  200. Miller family says:

    I am so heartbroken to hear the news. Dr. Ramos was the most sweet and kind man I ever met. He truly loved every baby. I knew my baby was well taken care of in his practice and as a new mom he made me feel comfortable with my choices and never pushed for anything I didn’t want. Prayers for his family in this time. He will be greatly missed.

  201. Julie and Greg Moore, et al. says:

    Dr. Ramos has been our pediatrician for 25 years. Our daughters (25 & 22) were long time patients. Our 13 year old son is a current patient. We’re shocked and saddened by the loss of such a wonderful man, doctor, and friend. Dr. Ramos: we hope the sun shines eternal for you! You deserve it. Our condolences to his family.

  202. rikayla vinson says:

    I love mr.Ramos i am only 11 years old and i never every wanted him to go away

  203. The Garcia Family says:

    I have know Dr. Ramos for 5 years since my son was born in Feb of 2016. Both my children have seen him and he is very loving, kind and extremely wonderful individual. He will be missed dearly. My family is shocked and sadden by the loss of such a great doctor. My siblings attend his office in Savannah as do my children’s. We wish him lots of peace and love. We will miss you.

  204. Althea Dease says:

    What a blessing it was to know Dr Ramos. His care for my 4 children was exceptional. We treasured his opinions and enjoyed his warm demeanor. Our deepest condolences to his family, you are in our prayers. Thank you for sharing him with us.

  205. David Lindquist says:

    Dr Ramos, what can be said that has not already. He visited both my girls in the hospital the day they were born. As a new dad I was a
    Little nervous when we first saw him with Mavis, but he made me
    Feel at ease. I really liked him and the care he gave my children. He
    Made my wife and I feel confident that what we were doing was right. You are in our hearts Dr Rainbows

  206. Green Family says:

    Doctor Ramos cared for my Children from birth to adulthood. He was such a very personable doctor, passionate about the care he provided, and this is what contributed for my husband and I trusting him with the care of our children. Funny story – I met Doctor Ramos when I was about 16 years old at a drug store in Ardsley Park I was working at. Dr. Ramos would come in periodically and each time I encountered him he was always very friendly and personable. During a conversation I found out that he was a pediatrician so I made a point to let him know that if I ever had any children he would be their pediatrician. His response, “Really! Ok, I’ll make sure that I’m available.” He smiled and walked out. I didn’t see him again after that. Eight years later I gave birth to my now 20 year old son. Doctor Ramos kept his word and provided fantastic care for my son! We are so appreciative of the person he was and the care that he provided. This loss cuts deep. We will definitely miss Dr. Rainbow, as our children affectionately called him, but I know that he would want us to take care of ourselves and carry on. My condolences to the family and the staff at his offices.

  207. Bart and Wendy Goss says:

    Dr. Ramos, you were a bright shining sun, full of happiness, comedy, wisdom, humbleness, and a big contagious smile. The first time we made the 4 hours one-way drive from Columbus, we knew we were in excellent hands. We continued to make the drive with Bart Jr. and Zoe because you listened and genuinely cared. You made us feel at ease with our children’s health. You will always be remembered in our hearts as a special man who gave us a great gift of love every time you entered the exam room. We will miss the fist bump with an explosion. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family and staff. You are a legend and a Godsend that we will never forget.

  208. Stephen Staton says:

    Deviated. Dr. Ramos had such a passion and love for what he did and the babies and parents he served. He was gentle, kind, and loving but fierce and respected. He will forever be missed and may his love live on.

  209. Rodriguez Family says:

    Dr. Ramos daughter, now a Dr. herself, played soccer
    with my daughter. My daughter and son then became his patients. My daughter now has two young (5&1) daughters who were also his patients until his passing.
    I too was his patient for a time for acupuncture.
    My children and grandchildren loved him.He always seemed so genuinely pleased and happy to see them and seemed to delight in their positive growth. He was a fantastic Dr. and healer and always took the time to listen and give holistic advice. He is missed and it’s a loss not only for our family but the Savannah community as well. Our sincerest condolences and prayers for the family.

  210. J. Seckinger Family says:

    We knew you and your wife only for a short time, but your lasting, loving impression was brilliant. You will always be missed, appreciated, and respected. Our love and prayer go out to all the loved ones and workers you leave behind.
    We greatly appreciate you being our firstborn and currently only child’s pediatrician.

    Much Love,
    The Seckinger Family

  211. Ann dorsey says:

    Only spoke with Dr Ramos over text messaging about Np job. He was very kind and had a humble spirt. From the moment I communicated with him, he made me feel a sense of empowerment. I’m sad to hear of his loss. Prayers for the family.

  212. Dr. Stephanie Courtemanche says:

    This is a terrible loss. Dr. Ramos was the best doctor and the nicest person I met in Savannah. I always felt like family when I was in his office. He gave me all the tools I needed to make informed decisions about my son’s care. My family relocated last year to Jacksonville, FL and I wished I could have packed him up a taken him with me. I won’t forget the many days we passed each other on I-16 and he would wave at me from his Porsche convertible. My prayers go out to the family. Much love to you all. ❤
    Steven, Stephanie, Steffen, Stephania, and Stefina

  213. V.V. says:

    I am deeply saddened by this news. Dr. Ramos was wonderful to our child and my husband and I have the utmost respect for him and his practice. Condolences to his friends and family.

  214. Marie Aja-Herrera says:

    This is a terrible loss, Dr Ramos was the best person and doctor who understood children and was supportive of my son and family at all times. I will miss him and his porche convertable! My family send payers and condolences to all the family. He will be much missed.
    The Aja-Herrera Family

  215. Harry Chow says:

    Dr. Ramos was the pediatrician for both my children. I always thought it was funny that no matter how loud my children screamed when they were getting their shots, Dr. Ramos’s voice would always be louder, and he would be able to calm them down and make them laugh. He is well respected and loved in the community. My family is sad that he is not physically with us anymore, but happy that he is enjoying eternal life with our Lord. May God bless the family during this time.

  216. Anna Hairston says:

    I met Dr. Ramos once and have 4 children, have been through many pediatricians and he is one of a kind, he shined through his work! What a lovely human being, prayers to his entire family and lovely staff!

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