Wesley W Hiser, M.D., F.A.C.C.

Wesley W Hiser, M.D., F.A.C.C.

Accepting New Patients
Dr. Hiser is accepting patients by referral of your physician

In Practice Since 1976
Since 1976, Dr. Hiser has been servicing our great state of Wyoming. He had first opened his practice here as a sole proprietor. Then, in 1978, as the founder, he incorporated into what is now Wyoming Cardiopulmonary Services PC.

Primary Specialties
Cardiovascular Disease & Interventional Cardiology

Secondary Specialties
Pulmonology and Internal Medicine

Medical Education
1966 Doctor of Medicine
Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio College of Medicine

Consulting Cardiologist at the following hospitals:
Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Gillette, WY
Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital, Thermopolis, WY
Johnson County Memorial Hospital, Buffalo, WY
Memorial Hospital of Carbon County, Rawlins, WY
Memorial Hospital of Converse County, Douglas, WY
Mountain View Regional Hospital, Casper, WY
Platte County Memorial Hospital, Wheatland, WY
Summit Medical Center, Casper, WY
Washakie Medical Center, Worland, WY

Affiliations
1976 – Present: Attending Physician, Wyoming Medical Center, Casper, WY

Medical History, Certifications, Awards and more.

Internship
1966-1967 Rotating, University of Southern California Service

Residency
1970-1971 Junior Resident in Medicine:
University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky

1971-1972 Fellow in Pulmonary Diseases:
University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky

1972-1973 Chief Resident in Medicine:
University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky

Fellowship
1973-1974 – Research Fellow, Cardiopulmonary Research Laboratory:
University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver Colorado

1975-1976 – Clinical Cardiology Fellow, Division of Cardiology:
University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver Colorado

Academic Appointments
2000-2003; Governor Elect, Wyoming Chapter, American College of Cardiology

1978-1991; Chairman, Emergency Cardiac Care Committee, American Heart Association of Wyoming

1976-Present; Director, Cardiopulmonary Department Natrona County Memorial Hospital, Casper

Military Service
1969 – 1970; Assigned 10th Special Forces Group (Abn), Ft Devens, Massachusetts
Group Surgeon
Jump Master Course
Senior Jumpers Wings
Research on Tropical Diseases
Care of Indigenous Population 7 Support Troops
Medical research team, Viet Nam
Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
1968 – 1969 Attached 5th Special Forces (Abn) Vietnam
1968 – 1969 Commendations: Bronze Star, Combat Medics Badge
1968 Walter Reed Hospital, Global & Tropical Medicine
1968 Duty: 7th Special Forces Group (Abn)
1967 Special Forces Officer, 3 Prefix to MOS
1967 Special Warfare Officers School, Ft. Bragg, North Carolina
1967 7th Special Forces Group ABN, Ft. Bragg, North Carolina
1967 Airborne School, U.S. Army Infantry School, Ft. Benning Georgia
1967 Medical Officers Basic, Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas

Board Certifications
The American Board of Internal Medicine – Interventional Cardiology 11/99 – 12/2009

The American Board of Internal Medicine – Diplomate in Cardiovascular Disease 10/1977 – Present
(certificate valid indefinitely)

The American Board of Internal Medicine – Diplomate in Pulmonary Disease 10/1976 – Present
(certificate valid indefinitely)

The American Board of Internal Medicine – Diplomate in Internal Medicine 6/1973 – Present
(certificate valid indefinitely)

Honors and Awards
1998 National Leadership Award, Presented by the National Republican Congressional Committee
1981 AHA-WY Hernan Alvarez Memorial Award, First Recipient
Governor’s State EMS Advisory Committee
Cardiology Consultant State EMS Office
Chairman Critical Care Committee, Natrona County Memorial Hospital, Casper, WY
Member, Blue Envelope Heart Fund, Casper, WY
Recipient, Governor’s Recognition Award
Recipient, AHA-WY Hernan Alvarez Memorial Award
1990-2007 Director and Organizer; Frontiers in Wyoming Medicine Annual Conference, Jackson, WY

Publications
“Preservation of Hypoxic Pulmonary Pressor Response in Canine Pneumococcal Pneumonia”,Wesley Hiser, Robert Penman, and J. T. Reeves. American Review of Respiratory Disease. December, 1975, Vol. 112, #6, page 817.

“Plasmodium Vivax From Vietnam, Response to Chloroquine-Primaquine”, Wesley W. Hiser, Bruce MacDonald, Craig Canfield, and James Kane. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. May, 1971, Vol. 20, #3, page 402-404.

“Hemoglobin and Red Cell Enzyme Variation in Some Populations of the Republic of Vietnam with Comment on the Malaria Hypothesis”, James Bowman, Paul Carson, Henri Frischer, Robin Powell, Edward Colwell, Llewellyn Legters, Andrew Cottingham, Stephen Boone, and Wesley W. Hiser. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. May, 1971, Vol. 23, #3, pp. 313-324.

“Evaluation of Chloroquine Sensitivity of Plasmodium Vivax Strains Found in the Pleiku Areas of the Republic of Vietnam”, CPT. Wesley W. Hiser, CPT. James Kane. Annual Progress Report, 1 Jul 68-30 Jun 69.

U.S. Army Medical Research Team (WRAIR) Vietnam and Institute Pasteur of Vietnam. pp. 1-6.

“Evaluation of Malaria Chemoprophylaxis in U.S. Troops in the Republic of Vietnam: A New Field Test for Urine Chloroquine”, LTC. W. Cirksena, CPT. Wesley W. Hiser, CPT. Shep Arluck. Annual Progress Report (WRAIR) listed in #4, pp. 10-20.

Urine Chloroquine Determination on U.S. Troops Admitted with Malaria to the 71st Evacuation Hospital, Pleiku, Republic of Vietnam”, CPT. Wesley W. Hiser, SSG. Jaime Zapatero. Annual Progress Report (WRAIR) listed in #4, pp. 21-28.