The Specialist in Pediatric Care and Surgery: Dr. Mark Holterman

Mark Holterman is a pediatric specialist committed to helping the children of Vietnam who has various pediatric disorders. He calls for donations in terms of labor for charitable organizations such as the IPSAC-VN which he works for. The donations are sought from other specialists even from abroad and such specialists are expected to have a valid passport allowing them to work for not less than six months in Vietnam and a copy of the certificate showing their agreement for volunteer-ship.

These specialists are expected to train pediatric doctors on new discoveries and developments in the field. Dr. Mark performs both major and minor surgical procedures on children to help them live like their peers (http://reporterexpert.com/dr-mark-holterman-fights-childhood-obesity-chicago/). The major surgeries that he performs include organ transplant, tumor removal, brain surgery, heart disorders and repairing bone malformations.

He serves as the CEO of Mariam Global Health, a global firm that researchers on new medicine and technologies. The company encourages global participation in investing in health and supports those companies that provide dynamism in health investment. He extensively carries out research while at the company to find treatments and cures for common illnesses.

Dr. Mark Holterman is an experienced hand on a professor who aims at bringing innovative modern knowledge in providing treatment. He teaches at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine where he centers at the restoration of body organs and organ transplants.

He is a pediatric surgeon at different health facilities such as St. Francis Medical Care, Illinois’ Children Hospital and also the hospital facilities of the University of Illinois. He gives care and operates on pediatric patients at these premises.

Out of his passion for helping children, Mark co-founded a charitable organization called The Hannah Sunshine Foundation. The foundation aims at helping children that suffer from chronic illnesses. It gives such children an opportunity to access cellular level regenerative treatments.

Out of experience and extensive researching, Dr. Mark has written scientific articles, a number of textbook chapters and pieces on medical websites and have also reviewed medical journals. Apart from the University of Illinois, he has lectured in different countries all over the world.