Doctor Mark Holterman Uses Over 20 Years of Experience To Help Others

Doctor Mark Holterman (CEO of Mariam Global Health) has been using over 20 years of professional experience to help others. He is constantly researching new treatments and performing surgery on patients. While doing all of this, he also finds the time to educate others as a professor at the University of Illinois.


Dr. Mark Holterman’s organization, Miriam Global Health, works with medical companies in order to find solutions to health concerns and encourages global investment in health-related businesses.


Dr. Holterman supports many health and medical charities including the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). The IPSAC-VN works with medical schools and hospitals to help sick children receive the latest and most advanced surgical treatments (MedicalDailyTimes).


Unfortunately, the world has a great need for pediatric care. Organizations like IPSAC-VN and CSI ask for financial support and for medical professionals to volunteer their time and skills. The children’s surgeries they perform may be major or minor. Common surgeries include brain surgery, tumor removal, heart surgery, and organ transplants.


Dr. Mark Holterman never stops working to make the world a better place. He is a full professor, businessman, surgeon, philanthropist, and researcher. He not only provides financial support for these charities, he also donates his time and skills.


Some other accomplishments by Dr. Mark Holterman include authoring many peer-reviewed papers and medical texts on the subject of bariatric surgery. He has also done cutting-edge research in stem cell therapy, cancer, and diabetes.


Dr. Mark Holterman has been working as a full professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine since 2011. He has two offices in Illinois. One is in the village of Maywood and the other office is in Peoria. He is also an attending pediatric surgeon at Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Illinois.

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