Dr. Mark Holterman is the chief executive officer of Mariam Global Health. Mark Holterman has experience in pediatric surgery and medicine for over 20 years. The doctor also works at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine as a lecturer in pediatrics and surgery. He leads the facility through its Pediatrics Department to offer Programs of Clinical Excellence.
Holterman is based in Peoria and is an attending practitioner at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital, St. Francis Medical Center, and Children’s Hospital of Illinois (http://peoria.medicine.uic.edu/departments/surgery/surgery-faculty/name/mark-holterman/). He is a member of American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Surgeons. He graduated from Yale University and joined the University of Virginia for Ph.D. and MD.
Clinical Excellence Programs
The Clinical Excellence Programs use pediatric medicine in providing students with multi-level specialized education and comprehensive health care. Staffs administering the program have advanced in pediatric discipline and are conversant with clinical research and knowledge in childhood diseases. Employees are after delivering high-quality medical care. They employ the latest health arts and sciences and latest advancements in research, patient care, and teaching.
It advocates for child health across the state. The program promotes educational and preventive methods that uphold rights that allow children to access quality medical care. Some families view the program as a resource.
Clinical Excellence programs administer Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center, Pediatric Diabetes Program, Thriving Illinois Kids Engagement System, and Pediatric Renal Transplantation Program. Other areas covered include pediatric lung research, neonatology, CHECK chronic conditions management, pediatric neurological and developmental disorders, and follow-ups for childhood cancer survivors, and asthma.
Mark Holterman has to split his time to serve in the university and work at Mariam Global Health. The medical researcher and practitioner help patients in different ways. He supports charity movements such as the IPSAC-VN (International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam). IPSAC-VN relies on help from volunteers and donors to reach out to specialists in Vietnam acquire access to pediatric surgical care.
Volunteers provide patient care, lecturing, surgery, and training at affiliated medical colleges and clinics in Vietnam (Crunchbase). They ought to have a valid passport, visa, CV, and professional license. They cater for the travel medical insurance cover.