I became a cardiologist because I enjoy helping people feel empowered to achieve a better state of wellness and improved quality of life while living with heart disease. Being a cardiologist gives me the unique opportunity to provide care to patients both in the acute emergency setting, as well as in the long-term management of their heart condition.
Dr. Fiser is a native of Little Rock where he also completed his medical training. After attending Davidson College in North Carolina, he returned to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, where he earned his doctor of medicine degree, graduating with honors in research. With a long held interest in health policy and health disparities, he moved to Washington DC for his residency in Internal Medicine at The George Washington University, where he also served an additional year as Chief Medical Resident.
Knowing that he ultimately wanted to practice cardiology in Arkansas, he returned to his home state for further training. He completed his subspecialty fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and served as Chief Fellow. He remained active in the American College of Cardiology, presenting at national meetings and was selected to participate in the college’s distinguished “Teaching Tomorrow’s Teachers” program. During his fellowship, he further developed special interests in preventive cardiology, cardiac imaging, and coronary CT angiography.
Dr. Fiser is an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys exploring all corners of the Natural State, whether hiking, biking, floating, fishing, or hunting. He and his wife have one daughter to whom they enjoy introducing the beautiful places of our state.