Dr. Mark Holden graduated from the UTMB School of Medicine in 1985, completed his internship in Internal Medicine in San Antonio, and then did his residency in Internal Medicine at UTMB. He joined the UTMB Internal Medicine faculty in 1988, becoming actively involved as a clinician educator. He subsequently completed a faculty development fellowship focusing on education at Michigan State University. The Houston native has contributed to the education of many students and residents in Internal Medicine and has directed four courses at UTMB, including Practice of Medicine 2, Great Syndromes, and Renal, Fluids, and Electrolytes.
After being selected as a scholar in the McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine, Dr. Holden organized the implementation of the Osler Student Societies at UTMB in 2006. Dr. Holden has been recognized for his clinical skills, bedside teaching, and curriculum development, and was a founding member of The University of Texas Academy of Health Science Education. He serves as the Vice Chair for Undergraduate and Continuing Education for the Department of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Holden serves as our clinician lead for establishing our internal medicine clinics as a designated Primary Care Medical Home by the NCQA.
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, MD, 1985
Internal Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center - San Antonio, TX, 1986
Internal Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, 1988 Fellowships:
Primary Care Faculty Development, Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI, 1995
American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine
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