A Modern Savior Dr. Mark Holterman

Dr. Mark Holterman is a well experienced pediatric surgeon at the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. He is also the founder and CEO of The Mariam Life which helps raise the standard of living for the citizens of the world. His motto is “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Sustainable Happiness.” The three goals of The Mariam Life are health, habitat, and means (http://mariamglobal.com/). Health has to deal with biomedical research through clinical research and bedside deployment. Habitat is to sustain a living by providing food, water, shelter, housing, and clothing. Means has to do with acquisition and growth through education, training, working, and finances. Financial management services are available for the rich and poor.

Dr. Mark Holterman is gifted in his craft of saving lives and has proven his abilities from all of his remarkable successful surgeries performed. Dr. Mark Holterman’s philosophy of care is “find the problem and fix it.” Twenty-nine years of medical practice has given Dr. Mark Holterman great knowledge of perfecting his surgical skills and his ability to save many lives.

Dr. Mark Holterman began his education while attending Yale University. After his undergraduate schooling, Dr. Mark Holterman earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and graduated with honors. Dr. Mark Holterman attended the University of Virginia to work on his MD and Ph.D. degree in Immunology and Medicine. His training has given Dr. Mark Holterman remarkable medical experience in his chosen field of study. He also is a professor and teaches medical students and trains surgical residents. Dr. Holterman has many specialties and personal areas of interest which include liver transplants, newborn medicine, and Short Bowel Syndrome.

Dr. Mark Holterman has won several awards nominated by colleagues and patients. He won the award for one of America’s Top Doctors in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2017. The reason why Dr. Mark Holterman is such a great doctor is because of his great work ethic traits. Those traits are listed of being very organized, well-staffed, being a good listener, and making fast decisions. Dr. Mark Holterman is the one to trust.

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