Dr. M. Holterman is an experienced pediatrician, surgeon, and a professor. Holterman works at the University Illinois College of medicine as a surgery and pediatric professor, where he has worked for more than five years. His research interests are the stem cell therapies and the generative medicine. He is also the founder of the Miriam Global Health. Miriam global health company is a business and a global investment firm that is focused on making an impact in global health.
Dr. Holterman has been a member of several medical professional organizations like the American Academy of Pediatrics and American college of surgeons. Dr. Holterman is a talented pediatrician and has saved many children lives in Vietnam.
Dr. Holterman graduated from the University of Virginia with an MD and Ph.D. in medicine and immunology. This was after he had finished his undergraduate degree in BSc in Biology at the Yale University.
The gifted pediatrician has won several awards in his career. In 2008, 2010, 2012,2013,2014,2015 and 2017 he won the award of one of America’s top doctor’s.
In 2012, 2014 and 2015 he won the patients choice award.
Dr. Holterman has also won the one-time doctor award in 2012, 2014 and 2015.His excellent relation skills with patients have made him one of the top Americas pediatricians surgeon.
He is also passionate in helping children in Vietnam through his firm; the Miriam global health that assists the growing medical technology globally (Doctors.Healthgrove). Through his company, he has helped (IPSAC-VN) International Pediatric Specialist Alliance for the children of Vietnam. IPSAC-VN is governed by licensed medical practitioners who work as volunteers. Holterman works with IPSAC-VN by providing surgery services at hospitals that are part of the IPSAC-VN program, training doctors and helping patients.
Besides his exceptional medical experience, Dr. Holterman has been described as an organized person. He has been able to keep appointments with his patients in the scheduled time. He has maintained a good relationship with his stuff. Dr. Holterman is also a good listener. He listens and responds to any questions his clients ask. In his career as a doctor, he has lived a charitable life and helped to save lives.