Dr. Kaliser hails from Atlanta, Ga. He received his BA degree from Emory University, majoring in Biology, with a minor in History. He then attended Medical School at the Medical College of Georgia; where he received the Aaron Brown Award for outstanding academic excellence. He spent his next four years training in the specialty of Internal Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta, and is Board Certified in that specialty. Upon completion of his specialty training, he served as a US Army Major in the Medical Corps, stationed at Fort Hood, TX with his wife and two young children.
Dr. Kaliser's practice encompasses a wide spectrum of Internal Medicine; including, but not limited to, management of complex medical issues, men's and women's preventative health care, consultative services, routine wellness and company examinations, along with counseling in lifestyle modification. Dr. Kaliser has served as Secretary/Treasurer of Presbyterian Medical-Dental Staff, as well as participating in the teaching service of the Resident training program at Texas Health, Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, has held numerous committee chairmanships, Management Chairman of the Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center, President of the Texas Club of Internists and continues to hold numerous organizational memberships.
Dr. Kaliser's interests include spending quality time with his family, boating, exercising and hiking, computer technology, and community service. He prides himself on his availability to provide comprehensive and compassionate patient care each weekday in his office; and when indicated, to attend to his patients on an urgent care basis.