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Dr Richard Isaacs in Kai Vaughn's blog

8/04/2016

Dr. Richard Isaacs provides Otolaryngoloic treatment for cancer

Otolaryngology simply refers to medical attention given to ear, nose and throat conditions. Whereas in the recent past, EENT put all these three together, that is, including the eye, ENT (perhaps, a shorter and simpler way) now only refers to the said vital three organs of the human anatomy, especially because they are connected and related not only in terms of distance to...

4/04/2016

Company wants employees to serve as role models by Dr. Richard Isaacs

Carman stopped exercising after leaving the military in 1991, and the pounds began piling on. But after his father died at age 54, and at the urging of his daughter, a nursing student, Carman decided in 2012 to start making a change. The constant encouragement Carman receives through Kaiser has helped him overcome his biggest obstacle: sticking with his exercise program...

22/03/2016

The willingness to serve: Dr. Richard Isaacs

Medical practice is obviously a wide subject and incorporates so many different aspects of health-care and variations of methods or approaches, from traditional, alternative and even emotional in nature. The majority of people, however, depend on the general field of medical practice recognized by most societies and governments as the scientific and professional field of ...

18/03/2016

Dr. Richard Isaacs: Willingness to serve

The more common term “physician” has also become synonymous with MD. To be a physician, in general, is to be qualified to provide essential health care using methods recognized by most public institutions as in keeping with accepted modern medical practices. This does not mean, of course, that ancient practices which have proven to be effective are without value in the...

26/02/2016

Richard Isaacs MD: Kaiser promotes healthy babies

The healthiest thing any child will ever consume is his or her mother’s breast milk. Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento wants to make certain new mothers learn how to breastfeed their babies before they leave the hospital to increase the future good health for babies. Max Villalobos, senior vice president for Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento said, “This is an...

23/02/2016

Dr. Richard Isaacs: The doctor is out to serve you

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 ...

22/02/2016

Dr. Richard Isaacs: Kaiser health facility coming to Elk Grove

On June 16, Kaiser Doctors and area leaders broke ground at what will eventually be the new Promenade Medical Office Building in south Elk Grove. The two-story, 67,000- square-foot Kaiser Permanente facility will be designed to focus on matters affecting patients’ mind, body and soul. It will feature a 50-meter outdoor sports track that will be part of a...

17/02/2016

Richard Isaacs MD - Company wants employees to serve as role models

Carman stopped exercising after leaving the military in 1991, and the pounds began piling on. But after his father died at age 54, and at the urging of his daughter, a nursing student, Carman decided in 2012 to start making a change. He credits Kaiser’s Live Well, Be Well program for his improved fitness. Carman dropped 40 pounds since starting the program and trimmed 6...

15/02/2016

Partnership to develop physician leaders - Richard Isaacs MD

This summer, as many as 16 third-year medical students from the College of Medicine will begin a year of clinical rotations at Kaiser Permanente medical centers in Sacramento, South Sacramento, Roseville and Vallejo.

The medical students will do rotations in pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, surgery, outpatient psychiatry, family medicine and adult medicine.

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