Dr. Mark Holterman works hard as a surgeon and as a researcher of new therapies, which he publishes and gives lectures about. He is a professor at the University of Illinois and the Chief Executive Officer of Mariam Global Health. On top of having a full plate of work to deal with, he finds the time to support a spread of charities in the health industry, and one of his favorites is the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam; otherwise known as IPSAC-VN.
IPSAC-VN helps to offer cutting edge surgical possibilities to kids in Vietnam by working with hospitals and schools there. Dr. Mark Holterman works with the charity, directly, and also helps it to find volunteers that are much needed. By promoting a range of healthcare activities, educating teachers and medical professionals, and working to train Vietnam exchanges so their healthcare is brought up to-date, the charity is paving the way for a better future in the country. Read more Q&A at Interview.net with Dr. Mark Holreman.
- Mark Holterman understands that there is a rising need for qualified pediatric surgeons all over the globe. He also knows, from seeing it first-hand, that many countries need charitable organizations to help bring them into the modern world of healthcare treatment. One of the biggest problems facing children in poorer countries is the fact that major surgery is not always available to them. Surgeries, such as, Organ transplants, spinal surgery, congenital heart disorder surgery, tumor removal, and more cannot always be performed on children there, and this is unacceptable to Dr. Holterman. This is why he has decided to get directly involved with the efforts to bring modern surgery and medicine to countries who are lacking it. Read more on crunchbase.com about Dr. Mark Holterman.
Dr. Mark Holterman has been working for his patients ever since he became involved in the field of pediatric surgery. His training includes clinical medicine and scientific research, and he has always been a problem-solver in the field he has chosen to make his life’s work. For more than two decades he has been changing the lives of his patients for the better, and his research has been read by many people who hope to add to their own knowledge.