Dr. Oleg Kaim received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Riga Medical Academy, Riga, Republic of Latvia in 1984. After residency he worked as an internist and chief of the Department of Functional Diagnostics at Liepaja Medical Center, Latvia. Later, Dr. Kaim was invited to join a clinical research group developing new pharmaceuticals at the Riga Central Hospital and Medical Center, the leading Latvian medical and academic facility. He was directly involved in the research and development of poliprenols, a new class of pharmaceutical agents that proved to be potent immunomodulators used for treatment of oncologic diseases (cancers).
In 1989, Dr. Oleg Kaim moved to the United States. He passed his licensing examinations and finished internship and residency in internal medicine at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, a major affiliate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Englewood, New Jersey in 1995. The same year, Dr. Kaim was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and became a diplomate in internal medicine, the highest mark of professional quality. He opened his private practice in Englewood near the Medical Center.
In 1996, Dr. Kaim was invited to the Department of Medicine at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center as a teaching attending and became involved in the clinical education of medical residents and students from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Kaim has been awarded honorary diplomas for his outstanding contributions to the teaching programs.
For many years, Dr. Oleg Kaim has been a member of the American College of Physicians, American Society of Internal Medicine, and a member of the American Medical Association.
In 1997, he completed training in Echocardiology at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Kaim also successfully completed a training program in Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology at Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago of Northwestern University Medical School.