Brian Harris wrote an article for Release Fact called, “The History Behind the Prodigious Pediatrician, Dr. Mark Holterman”. The article focuses on the career of Dr. Mark Holterman, a pediatrician and surgeon. It also looks at the charity work of the doctor (Dialdish).
Dr. Mark Holterman was educated at Yale where he graduated with honors for his BA degree in Biology. From there, he went on to study immunology and medicine at the University of Virginia where he gained his MD and his Ph.D. His training led him on to a prestigious career in pediatric surgery.
Dr. Mark Holterman began his career with a fellowship at the Children’s Hospital in Seattle. There he completed his fellowship in pediatric surgery. He became a resident at the University of Virginia, working in general surgery. After completing his degree, he went on to the Clinical Institute of Montreal to use his knowledge in immunology to help research. Holterman also taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago and became a chief surgeon at the Advocate Children’s Hospital in Illinois where he continued to develop his research skills (http://premiergazette.com/2018/02/dr-mark-holterman-changing-way-medicine-practiced-everywhere/).
Currently, Holterman works at the Children’s Hospital of OSF Healthcare in Illinois. He also teaches as a professor at the University of Illinois and he is the CEO of Mariam Global Health. Over the years, he has won a variety of awards like the Patient’s Choice Awards, America’s Top Doctor, and the prestigious One Time Doctor Award.
Mariam Health is a global investment firm which invests in healthcare technology around the world. They seek to make both an impact and a profit to help improve modern health conditions and concerns. Through the company, Dr. Mark Holterman has also helped organizations like the Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam. The work helps provide education to doctors in Vietnam, while also helping patients by providing surgery at hospitals that are partnered with the program.
Dr. Mark Holterman resides in Chicago. He is a member of the American Diabetes Association, the Association of Academic Surgeons, and the Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons. Dr. Holterman has also published a variety of papers on pediatrics.