Treatment & Services
- Adolescent Development
- Adolescent Endocrinology
- Adolescent Health
- Adolescent Issues
- Birth Control Pills
- Care of Adolescents
- Care of the Young Athlete
- Center for Adolescent Medicine
- Center for Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology
- Consultation/treatment Planning
- Contraceptive Implants
- Depo-Provera Shots
- Evaluation And Treatment Of Anxiety
- Evidence-based Medicine
- General Adolescent Care
- General Pediatric And Adolescent Medicine
- HIV Testing
- Intrauterine Device (IUD) Placement
- Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender( LGBT Health)
- Long Acting Reversible Contraception placement and Removal
- Media Psychology
- Menstrual Cycle
- Pelvic Exam
- Prevention Of Teen Pregnancy
- Reproductive Health
- Second Opinion
- Smoking Cessation
- STD Testing
- Teen Skin
- Vaginitis Testing
- Virtual Visits
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Abnormal Menstrual Bleeding
- Adolescent Development
- Adolescent Gynecology
- Adolescent Obesity
- Adolescent Sexual Health
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Anxiety Disorder
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Bacterial Vaginosis
- Binge Eating Disorder
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Chlamydia Trachomatis
- Contraception Management and Counseling
- Gender Dysphoria
- Gender Identity Disorder
- Genital Herpes
- Genital Warts
- Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
- Hormonal Problems in Teenagers
- Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender LGBT Health
- Menstrual Disorders
- Menstrual Irregularities
- Menstrual migraines
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
- Puberty Disorders
- Pubic Lice (Crabs)
- Sexually Transmitted Disease
- Sleep-Related Eating Disorders
- Substance Abuse
- Teen Depression
- The Poison Plants: Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Vaginal Bleeding
- Vaginal Discharge
- Vaginal Infections
- Vulvar Disorders
- Yeast Infections
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - Children's Hospital Colorado
Adolescent Medicine (Pediatrics)
Aurora, CO USA
Residency - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center & Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA USA
Medical Education - The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Washington, DC USA
Undergraduate - University of Maryland
College Park, MD USA
Dr. Issac completed a fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, Colorado in 2015. During this 3 year training, Dr. Issac focused on reproductive health care, care for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults, as well as treatment of eating disorders and associated mental health disorders.
In 2018 , Dr. Issac was invited to participate in the Leadership Training Academy for Physicians for Reproductive Health. This training focused on building communication and advocacy skills to help promote reproductive equality for all teens and young adults.
Dr. Issac has been on staff at the Cleveland Clinic since 2015, distinguishing herself as a skilled clinician and outstanding educator. Her teaching scores are consistently high, with residents and students benefiting greatly from her skills. She does monthly educational sessions for the residents, teaching them fundamentals of the adolescent exam, contraceptive options, and how to insert and remove long-acting reversible contraception.
She has spearheaded the creation of standard operating procedures at Cleveland Clinic for LARC insertions in primary care, Depo-Provera injections, and oral contraceptives for adolescents and young adults. She serves on Cleveland Clinic's Pediatric Clinical Practice Committee, the Pediatric Clinical Documentation Working Group, and on the MyChart for Teens Task Force.
Nationally, she is a leader in Adolescent Reproductive Health and has completed a prestigious training in Physicians for Reproductive Health Leadership. She has been asked to speak locally and nationally on reproductive health and most recently, telehealth within Adolescent Medicine. She has authored review articles on adolescent development, emergency contraception, and other topics.
- Pediatrics - Adolescent Medicine
Adolescent Medicine, Reproductive Health, Anxiety, Depression, Transgender, Eating Disorders
Awards & Honors
- Gold Humanism Award, The George Washington University, 2008 - Honors medical students who demonstrate excellence in clinical care, leadership, and dedication to service.
- General Academic Pediatrics Primary Care Award, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, 2011
- Susan K. Makoroff Award, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, 2011- Honors a pediatric resident who demonstrates the essence of professionalism and compassion, dedication to work, putting the interests of patients and families above his/her own and communicating with patients, families and colleagues in a respectful and effective way
- Full Scholarship to attend Physicians for Reproductive Health-Leadership Training Academy, 2017
- Cleveland Clinic Children’s Continuity Clinic Preceptor of the Year Award, 2017-2018 - Voted and awarded by Pediatric Residents
Innovations & Patents
Gold Humanism Honors Society
American Academy of PediatricsGateway Medical Society- Local Chapter of National Medical Association
Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine
North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
Physicians for Reproductive Health
Research & Publications
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32 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
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|Patient Rating of Doctor||4.9|
5 Patient Comments
Reviewed on Oct 28, 2020
Fabulous dr. Great energy! My daughter took to her right away.
Reviewed on Sep 22, 2020
Dr. Isaac went above and beyond! She is an outstanding pediatrician/adolescent medicine physician who takes the time to explain things to her patients and families.
Reviewed on Aug 11, 2020
I had called to schedule with Dr. Rome, but the scheduler did a good job of convincing me Dr. Isaac was just as good, and we were very happy with the visit.
Reviewed on Jun 3, 2020
her doctor is excellent
Reviewed on Nov 13, 2019
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