Dr. Mark Holterman is a doctor who works in Peoria, IL and Maywood, IL with an MD and a Ph.D. His working experience adds up to 29 years with specialties in General Surgery and Pediatric Surgery. Dr. Mark J. Holterman managed to major in biology at the Yale University. He then attended the University of Virginia Health Sciences where he studied a residency in the general surgery. He has worked with the University of Illinois College of Medicine since 2011. Dr. Mark Holterman is affiliated with Loyola University Medical Center, St Alexius Medical Center and Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center. Dr. Holterman has received four awards related to his discipline.
Dr. Holterman has additional training that allows him to perform surgery on ailing young patients including infants, fetuses, adolescents, teenagers, and children (Ideamensch). He has attended pediatric surgeon at the famous Rush University Medical Center. He is also famous for serving as a surgeon-in-chief at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. Dr. Holterman also teaches pediatrics and surgery at different universities including the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
The Expertise of Dr. Holterman and Awards Received
Dr. Mark Holterman has different areas of specialization when it comes to the field of medicine. The five areas that Dr. Holterman specializes in are Biliary atresia, Invasive Surgical Procedures, Liver Transplantation, Short Bowel Syndrome, and Newborn Medicine.
The four awards received by Dr. Holterman are; America’s Top Doctors award, Patients’ Choice Award, Compassionate Doctor recognition, and the On-Time Doctor Award. He received the America’s Top Doctors Award in 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2017. He received the Patients’ Choice Award in 2012, 2014, and 2015. He managed to get the On-Time Doctor Award in the years 2014 and 2015. Dr. Mark Holterman was awarded the Compassion Doctor Recognition in 2012, 2014, and 2015.
Dr. Mark Holterman also supports the different health practices of the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam abbreviated as IPSAC-VN. The main goal of IPSAC-VN is to improve pediatric medicine. The organization manages different initiatives which provide supplies, medical personnel, and other necessary resources. The International Scholar Program supported by IPSAC-VN helps to connect different medical professionals with the opportunity to obtain further studies.