Locations of Derek Neal Kiser, PA-C
Derek Kiser is a certified physician assistant with a special interest in orthopedic care. Originally from Burnet, TX, he attended Tarleton State University and played football while receiving a BA ... in kinesiology. After college, he attended Hardin-Simmons University and received his Master of Physician Assistant Studies. As a former athlete, he has a special interest in sports medicine and enjoys getting patients back to the activities they love. He joins the team of Richard Rhodes, MD, assisting in surgery, running his own clinic and covering local sporting events.
Derek enjoys spending time with his wife, Shelby, and son, Hudson. They enjoy attending church, watching various sporting events and actively spending time outdoors.
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|Education: Hardin-Simmons University (2021)
|Physician Assistant- National Comm on Certif of Physician Assistants
|Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Plano
|Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - McKinney
|Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Centennial
|Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health
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