Dr. Mark Holterman is known for his work ethic. Dr. Holterman is constantly performing surgeries, analyzing different therapies, and educating others through his job as a professor at the University of Illinois. Dr. Holterman worked at the University of Virginia College Health Sciences on issues such as obesity management and stem cell research. Dr. Holterman is also the Chief Executive Officer of Mariam Global Health (https://www.dialdish.com/dr-mark-holterman/).
Mariam Global Health is a global business investment firm that collaborates with different health care companies to look at the recent advancements in medicine (Doctor.WebMD). Mariam Global Health also strives to combat different health concerns while finding time to develop innovative technology that will improve the health of people throughout the World. Dr. Holterman works tirelessly to develop new treatments to defeat common health issues around the World.
Dr. Holterman is a supporter of the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam. The IPSAC-VN works with different medical schools and hospitals in Vietnam to help young patients receive access to the latest advancements in regards to treatment. The group promotes the implementation of new health care activities and also provides support services and medical equipment to surgeons in an effort to improve child care in Vietnam. IPSAC-VN also looks to help inform teachers on any new advancements, while promoting surgery outreach throughout Vietnam. Volunteers are always encouraged to assist, as IPSAC-VN could use more help on their medical staff. Volunteers will help lecture students and assist on different surgical procedures at the local hospitals.
The Children’s Surgery International Organization oversees the Blossom House Foster Home for orphaned children. CSI is partnering with Provincial Hospital to provide treatment and surgeries to the orphans as needed. CSI tries to promote programs that will increase the overall health of the children.
Organizations such as IPSAC-VN and CSI rely on donations to help train students while also performing surgical procedures. Regardless of whether the surgery is major or minor, poor children are at risk for not receiving the type of care that they deserve.