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Fay has worked as a physician assistant in Dr. Isacoff’s office since 2007. She examines patients, prescribes medication, orders diagnostic tests and helps patients manage side effects. She likes helping patients and providing support to them during treatment. When not working, Fay enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids.
I have been working with Dr. Isacoff since March 2001. I am an accounts liaison and I manage all patient and business related issues, including contracts, purchases, reviewing daily charges and receipts, patient’s financial reports, patient assistance program, HR and staff training, cost analysis, inventory control, etc. I love to help our patients, support their families, bring good news (it is the best) and learn new things about people and business every day. I love opera and ballet, art and dance; I enjoy cooking and traveling very much, but most of all I love spending time with my family.
Lilia joined Dr. Isacoff's office as administrative assistant/support staff in 2007. She says Dr. Isacoff has been a role model for her in working with patients. “Being able to assist the patients who suffer from a terminal illness in any possible way is rewarding,” she says. Lilia is taking classes in the evening, preparing for graduate school. When she’s not working or studying, she enjoys reading, watching movies and staying active.
Nadia joined Dr. Isacoff’s office in July 2011 as the bookkeeper. She keeps the back office running smoothly and stress-free, paying the bills and keeping track of payments to the office. Barasch doesn’t work directly with patients, but says she enjoys talking to them and hearing about their life experiences. “I like working with Dr. Isacoff because he is a smart, kind, witty and interesting man and I admire what he is doing for his patients while they go through their treatments.” When she’s not working, Nadia enjoys cooking, traveling, working out, watching movies, going to the theater and spending time with her husband, her son and her friends.
Sony is Dr. Isacoff's 6-year-old Shih-Tzu. He’s a trained therapy dog that sometimes goes home with patients on weekends. He also visits patients in the hospital and those in hospice care. During office hours, he can be seen sleeping in his bed in Dr. Isacoff's office or wandering out to greet patients.