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11 months ago

Dr. Richard S. Isaacs, MD

Dr. Richard S. Isaacs, MD

Specializes in Head & Neck Surgical Oncology • Male • Age 52

About Dr. Richard Isaacs

“I joined Kaiser Permanente in 1995 and have Advanced Certification in Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery. My specialties include: orbital, nasal, and maxillofacial surgery, as well as thyroid and parathyroid surgery. I function as a regional resource for the management of advanced tumors of the head and neck and provide the otolaryngologic approach for tumors at the skull base. Additionally, I am trained in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery and perform rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, otoplasty, and rhytidectomy. I have an interest in post-tumor facial reconstruction and facial reanimation surgery. I am a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

I received my Bachelor of Science degree, with Distinction, from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and my Doctor of Medicine degree, with Honors, from Wayne State University in Detroit. Then, I completed my Otolaryngology training in New York at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital / New York Hospital-Cornell Medical College. Subsequently, I received additional Head and Neck Oncologic and Skull Base Surgical training from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and The University of California, Davis. I am also a 2004 graduate of the Kenan-Flagler School of Business Advanced Leadership Program, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and the University of California, San Francisco, CHCF Advanced Leadership Program.

Roles and ResponsibilitiesIn April of 2005, I was appointed to the Physician-In-Chief and Chief-of-Staff positions for the South Sacramento and Elk Grove Medical Facilities. I am very fortunate to be able to continue my head and neck surgical practice and I greatly enjoy my administrative position as well. I provide leadership to our 450 physicians/providers and more than 2000 nurses and staff who care for the 200,000 Kaiser Permanente members in the South Sacramento/Elk Grove area. I am confident that we will ensure your well-being and maintain your health. Your experience will demonstrate that the physician-led integrated medical delivery system of Kaiser Permanente, where physicians partner with a hospital and health plan organization, allows for superior quality, exceptional outcomes, and personalized service. When combined with the power of our advanced medical information technology systems, Kaiser Permanente has become a model for health care in our nation.

Credentials Medical Education Wayne State University, Detroit, MIResidency Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital, New York, NYResidency Cornell University School of Medicine, New York, NYFellowship UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CAFellowship UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CABoard certification Otolaryngology, american board of otolaryngologyAwardsAmerican Academy of Otolaryngology Presidential Award for scientific work on Skull Base Surgical Approaches to Distal Carotid Artery AneurismsChosen as one of the top Otolaryngologists in Northern California by Sacramento MagazineTop Doctor by the American Consumer Reports survey of American PhysiciansA national top physician selected by Key Professionals Organization (Super Doctors)Affiliations.”

11 months ago

Very Large Group Practice Forum with Richard Isaacs MD

The Very Large Group Practice Forum represents the special concerns of physicians who practice in professional medical corporations or partnerships with over 1,000 shareholders, partners, or and/or physician employees.


Michelle Caughey, M.D.
Delegation Chair

Kirk Hahn, M.D.
Delegation Vice Chair
Walnut Creek

Catherine Gutfreund, M.D.
Santa Rosa


Evan Bass, M.D.
Harbor City

Maria Carrasco, M.D.

Dean Chang, M.D.

Daniel Chyu, M.D.
San Jose

Ameeta Ganju, M.D.
Los Angeles

Reza Goharderakhshan, M.D.
Harbor City

Zoey Goore, M.D.

Russ Granich, M.D.
South San Francisco

Naren Gurbani, M.D.

Bonnie Hamilton, M.D.

Kenneth Hempstead, M.D.

Richard Isaacs, M.D.

1 year ago

IGC and Associates Inc. Training Consulting Firm USA on Leadership Development

70% of today’s high performers lack critical attributes essential to their success in future roles


Even employees who haven’t been dubbed high potentials work harder in a place where good things happen to those who deserve them – 

“How to Keep Your Top Talent”, Harvard Business Review, Jean Martin & Conrad Schmidt, May 1, 2010


Our Leadership Development Services – Investing in your organization’s leaders. 

Our leadership development services are designed to equip the key players in your organization, leaders of others. We partner with organizations to develop customized, experiential learning with “real-time” application. Our process begins with exploring and discovering the challenges that are impacting your leaders and the organization’s productivity, results, and employee satisfaction. Our goal is not to provide an “off-the-shelf” training class. We focus on developing customized programs or seminars that meet your organization’s leadership vision and challenges while integrating the mindsets, behaviors, and success factors your organization expects of its leaders. From here, we design a specific program or customize existing offerings that address the behavior expected of all leaders. We integrate the adult learning principles that deliver dynamic, engaging, and interactive & results oriented solutions.


A sample of our offerings includes:


Bridging the Gap: Engaging Generational Difference


So what is all this generational talk all about? The purpose of the workshop is to provide attendees an opportunity to explore the stereotypes, myths, and realities of today’s workforce. Particular attention will be focused on how these generations deal with and adapt to change in addition to exploring the workplace trends and best practices in today’s workplace. Attendees will be asked to explore from within themselves how to appropriately educate and influence their thinking around generational differences. Subsequently, participants will be creating action plans to rise to the challenge of creating a workforce that is inclusive, open to new ideas, and ready to embrace today’s workforce and the rising service expectations. Additionally, they will be expected to identify how they will personally commit their role to improving teamwork and driving increased business results.


Building Future Leaders


In this interactive workshop, participants focus on their personal leadership brand and the foundational skills needed to be an effective leader. They will examine their personal style to define their leadership brand, explore emotional intelligence, recognize the importance of giving and receiving feedback, practice handling difficult situations and understanding the sources of conflict.


Engaging in Conflict Resolution


In this interactive workshop, participants will define the various sources of conflict to reduce escalation and build stronger relationships and teams. While people and teams face on-going changes to remain competitive and agile, they will focus on how conflict impacts their ability to effectively deal with change. Participants will build stronger skills in dealing with conflict while practicing difficult conversations. Through a simulated interactive learning experience, participants will explore how conflict and change impacts individuals and teams.