Dr. Mark Holterman – The Gifted Pediatric Surgeon

Dr. Mark Holterman is an exceptional pediatrician and notable surgeon. His life from University to his many years of experience as a Pediatric surgeon tells people a lot about his hard work and accomplishments from being a medical professor to finding a way for Vietnamese children to gain access to life-saving medical care.


Currently, Dr. Mark Holterman is a surgeon in Peoria, Illinois and is associated with several healthcare facilities in the region, including OSF St. Francis Medical Center and Carle Foundation Hospital.


Since 2011, Dr. Mark Holterman has been working at the University Of Illinois School Of Medicine as a professor. Also, he goes to the St. Francis Medical Center Children’s Hospital of Illinois and the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as an attending pediatric surgeon. He is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Surgeons. As a pediatric surgeon, he focuses on stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine as well as novel-cancer and obesity treatments.


Dr. Mark Holterman attended Yale University where he graduated with a B.A. in Biology and went to the University of Virginia for his MD and Ph.D. in Immunology and Medicine (https://www.osfhealthcare.org/physicians/profile/2358/mark-j-holterman-md-phd/). He then went to the University of Virginia Health Sciences, where he completed his residency in general surgery and a fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at the University of Washington. Dr. Mark Holterman also worked as Research Associate at the Clinical Research Institute in Montreal where he spent two years before joining the faculties of Rush Medical College and the University of Illinois. During his time at the Rush University, he performed many surgeries for children.


Dr. Mark Holterman has been practicing medicine for over 20 years now. He has been certified by the American Board of Surgery to serve on Boards of several healthcare facilities. In light of this, Dr. Mark Holterman is a board member of several medical organizations and has written and published many articles and books (GazetteDay). He has also helped in establishing many foundations, and he is currently the CEO of some, for example, the Mariam Global Health. This foundation specializes in helping young children all over the world gain access to quality medical care.