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Dr. Richard "Rich" Isaacs: The Doctor is Out -- to Serve You!
Most professionals have worked inside a box for so long. By that, we mean it has taken so long
for people to take the ways of the innovative world to benefit majority of people, especially in the
medical profession. But doctors have learned to come out of their traditional comfort-zones in
order to expand their horizon and serve more people in a more dynamic and effective way. Meet
one of those physicians who is out there to serve your needs: Dr. Richard Isaacs.
Dr. Isaacs' qualifications, as posted in his web homepage, were not meant to impress but to
inform and convince people of what he is capable of providing. Rich is not only a specialist in
Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery but is also an experienced physician who has dealt with
various cancer cases (facial skin cancer, jaw tumor. laryngeal cancer, paranasal sinus cancer and
thyroid cancer and others). He has also worked in developing innovative medical procedures
using robotics and computer-aided medical systems.
With his extensive experience and expertise, it is not surprising that Rich, who attended the
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor as an undergraduate, excelled in academics and garnered
honors a graduate. He was born and raised in Detroit and finished his medical degree at the
Wayne State University School of Medicine there, also finishing with honors.
Dr. Isaacs joined Kaiser Permanente in 1995 and he holds Advanced Certification in Head and
Neck Oncologic Surgery. His specializes in such cases as orbital, nasal, and maxillofacial
surgery, as well as thyroid and parathyroid surgical procedures. Moreover, Rich has undergone
training in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery and is likewise an expert in post-tumor facial
reanimation and facial reconstruction surgery. Rich is a Fellow of the American Academy of
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery as well as of the American College of Surgeons. He has
written several articles in different medical and other related publications.
In his heart, Rich is a natural teacher and is engaged in training medical students, residents and
fellows from the University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, Drexel University College of
Medicine (Philadelphia), and Northstate University School of Medicine (Elk Grove) where he
serves as a Professor of Otolaryngology. With his passion for teaching, Rich obviously finds
personal satisfaction in achieving one of the noblest occupations any person can have in life.
Expertise and knowhow thrive through continuing study and research, as well as through
bequeathing them on to others who will likewise apply and pass them on through their own
Being a Physician-In-Chief, Rich has shown good leadership abilities as well as proven his
integrity as a trustworthy professional. In April of 2005, he was appointed to the Physician-InChief position for the South Sacramento and Elk Grove Medical Facilities. He heads 450
physicians and over 3,000 nurses and staff who serve 210,000 Kaiser Permanente members in
the South Sacramento and Elk Grove locality. Rich also works as the Medical Director of
operations, as well as all inpatient and outpatient sections. He likewise holds the position of Chief
Medical Officer for the 290-bed Acute Care Hospital and ACS Level II Trauma Center.
Physicians are some of the most workaholic workers we know; however, they strive to spend
meaningful time in other endeavors, such as in sports. And for a doctor with his credentials, Rich
chose to become a skier and an Alpine Member at the National Ski Patrol, providing complete
care to injured skiers at the Tahoe Donner Ski Resort. Not only is that inspiring; it is quite
commendable - spending time out of the clinic and in the great outdoors while seeig to the
medical needs of other sports-enthusiasts.