Richard Isaacs MD - Partnership with Kaiser Permanente to Develop Physician Leaders
California to help ensure a strong physician workforce for the future and to further develop emerging health care leaders for the Sacramento region.
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.
“Drexel University College of Medicine represents a longstanding commitment to excellence in medical education and Kaiser Permanente embraces this opportunity to partner with their faculty in bringing top-notch emerging physicians to the Sacramento region. We know that many of these students will choose to live and practice right here in our own community,” said Dr. Richard Isaacs, physician-in-chief, South Sacramento.