Dr. Mark Holterman is working tirelessly to research new therapies, teaching students, performing surgeries, and educating others with lectures and articles. He is also the chief executive officer of Mariam Global Health. Dr. Mark also supports several health-related charities such as the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN) despite his several obligations and duties. IPSAC-VN recently released a press giving insights on the efforts of Dr. Mark to support the organization and other charitable institutions (TheNewsVersion). The group brings the latest surgical improvements to sick children at Vietnam medical schools. It also works with people interested in supporting its efforts by enabling them to donate volunteer services or money.
IPSAC-VN requires volunteer support for offering patient care, training medical staff, teaching students on carrying out pediatric surgery and new techniques at medical schools and hospitals. People who want to volunteer for the support ought to meet specific requirements such as giving a copy of the medical license for volunteers, have a valid passport that remains valid for not less than six months after the planned visit, and send a complete CV. IPSAC-VN ensures that it offers self-sustaining care for children in Vietnam (https://www.osfhealthcare.org/physicians/profile/2358/mark-j-holterman-md-phd/). The charitable organization educates a new generation of surgeons, healthcare providers, and teachers and promotes beneficial healthcare activities. It also organizes for top-caliber surgical procedures in remote highland areas in Vietnam.
Due to the need for pediatric surgeries across the globe, IPSAC-VN promotes donations of skills and time as well as monetary donations to carry out the surgeries. Minor surgeries for children are often handled as outpatient cases. However, disenfranchised kids face real issues when they have to undergo significant operations. Some common types of major operations are repair of congenital heart disorders, removal of tumors, organ transplants, corrections of issues related to fetal development, and corrective surgeries to fix spinal abnormalities and bone malformations.
Dr. Mark Holterman has worked at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine since 2011. He studied biology at Yale University. Mark later earned his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. Dr. Mark has made several accomplishments in his career. He has written and developed several peer-reviewed presentations, papers and medical texts on topics such as bariatric surgery.