Dr. Richard Isaacs

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.



Officers

Michelle Caughey, M.D.

Delegation Chair

Oakland


Kirk Hahn, M.D.

Delegation Vice Chair

Walnut Creek


Catherine Gutfreund, M.D.

Trustee

Santa Rosa



Representatives

Evan Bass, M.D.

Alternate

Harbor City


Maria Carrasco, M.D.

Delegate

Montebello

Dean Chang, M.D.

Delegate

Downey


Daniel Chyu, M.D.

Alternate

San Jose

Ameeta Ganju, M.D.

Alternate

Los Angeles


Reza Goharderakhshan, M.D.

Alternate

Harbor City

Zoey Goore, M.D.

Delegate

Roseville


Russ Granich, M.D.

Alternate

South San Francisco


Naren Gurbani, M.D.

Delegate

Downey


Bonnie Hamilton, M.D.

Delegate

Fairfield

Kenneth Hempstead, M.D.

Delegate

Roseville


Richard Isaacs, M.D.

Delegate

Sacramento

Roman Kownacki, M.D.

Alternate

Richmond


Eric Lipsitt, M.D.

Delegate

Oakland


Michael Luszczak, D.O.

Delegate

Roseville


Rajiv Misquitta, M.D.

Alternate

Sacramento


Jason Nau, M.D.

Alternate

San Rafael


David H. Ng, M.D.

Alternate

Sacramento

Elaine Ong, M.D.

Alternate

Hayward


Yvonne Otani, M.D.

Delegate

Davis


Rahul Parikh, M.D.

Alternate

Walnut Creek


Stephen Parodi, M.D.

Delegate

Vallejo

Pankaj Patel, M.D.

Alternate

Roseville

Scott Pinner, M.D.

Alternate

San Rafael


Vivian Reyes, M.D.

Alternate

San Francisco


Jake Rofman, M.D.

Delegate

Torrance


James Ruben, M.D.

Delegate

Roseville


Katrina Saba, M.D.

Alternate

Oakland


Kimberly Schrage, M.D.

Delegate

San Rafael


Humberto Temporini, M.D.

Delegate

Sacramento

Albert C. Umphrey, M.D.

Alternate

San Jose


Steven Woods, M.D.

Delegate

Los Angeles


About CMA

CMA is a professional organization representing the physicians of the state of California.


The association was founded in 1856 by a small group of physicians who knew it was their duty to fight for their patients and for their profession. Confronted with the challenges of rampant quackery, epidemics of contagious disease, and a desperate need to establish standards for the profession, physician leaders of the time called upon their colleagues to help them form the Medical Society of the State of California (as it was called back then) “to develop, in the highest possible degree, the scientific truths embodied in the profession.