Ross Isacke, DO grew up in southern Maine and attended Bates College for undergraduate. He met his wife Adriana Isacke while attending graduate school at the University of Vermont. They returned to Maine and went to the University of New England for medical school and later couples matched here at MMC. He graduated from internal medicine residency in 2015 and has been working as an MMC hospitalist since then. During his time as a resident, he became very interested in quality improvement and was a founding member of the House Staff Quality and Safety Council. He is now the Chief of Medicine at Western Maine Health at Stephens Memorial and serves as the Operations Lead for Hospital Medicine at MMC. His wife is an MMP family and sports medicine doctor in Scarborough and they both enjoy their time with their sons Desmond and Eamon.
Project Name: Proposal to Create a “Cases and Condundrums Conference” at Maine Medical Center