Dr Kim Isaacs is a Yawuru, Karajarri and Noongar woman from the Kimberley and South-West region of Western Australia. She is a General Practitioner with a strong background in rural and remote medicine and Aboriginal primary health care. She has worked in remote communities in the Kimberley region as a GP and also within Aboriginal Community Control Health Service senior leadership.

From 2016-2022 Dr Isaacs was on the inaugural WA Country Health Service Board  which is the largest health service provider in the country.  She has recently commenced as Clinical Specialist Lead in Indigenous Health at Curtin Medical School.

In 2020 Dr Isaacs was awarded the Rural Health West Award for Clinical Leadership for her work and advocacy for remote communities in the Kimberley region.

Dr Isaacs has clinically mentored and supervised many medical students and GP Registrars over the years and continues to nurture the next generation of work force. She is passionate about improving health service delivery and also Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander  child  development.