Dr. Mark Holterman Pediatric Super Hero

I would like to introduce Dr. Mark Holterman. A brilliant and educated man. Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Yale 1980 and graduated Medical school from University of Virginia 1988. A man who is making a difference.


Now we all try to make a difference, but in the case of Dr. Holterman, he is making a difference in so many areas (MedicalDailyTimes). He is a board-certified surgeon and pediatric surgeon practicing at both St. Francis Medical Center and Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital where he is Surgeon in Chief, a professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at the University of Illinois, College of Medicine, Founder and CEO of Mariam Global Health which works with firms in the medical industry to address various health issues, his research in stem cell regeneration therapy is of groundbreaking significance also his work in the field of obesity and cancer treatment is also of great value. He is a patron of a number of charities such as International Pediatric Alliance International for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN) which brings to Vietnam training in modern procedures which will improve medical care and Children Surgery International (CSI) which provides loving care, treatment and surgeries to orphan Vietnamese girls and those in great financial hardship who are ages 5 – 18 years old. Dr. Holterman has authored numerous medical papers and articles. Has been featured on an NBC special “A LEAP OF FAITH” and the Today Show about stem cell surgery.


Dr. Mark Holterman should be an example to us all. His hard work and genius should be an inspiration to us all. An inspiration to volunteer. The overseas charities desperately need volunteers to teach the modern medical procedures, patient care and performing surgical procedures. Dr. Mark Holterman is truly a remarkable man. Let’s hope his greatness will inspire the volunteers that are needed.

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