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Mark Su, M.D.

Dr. Mark Su is a board certified family medicine physician.

     Mark completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University, where he met his wife Jessica, who is currently an associate research professor at Harvard Medical School as a statistical geneticist.  He then returned to his home state of Indiana to attend the Indiana University School of Medicine, and subsequently completed his residency training at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, where he was co-chief resident during his final year.  Mark was privileged to be a recipient of the national Bristol Myers Squibb Award for Outstanding Graduate Medical Education, offered only to ten top performing residents from among tens of thousands of candidates each year.   

     Mark enjoys his family, basketball, nautilus training, photography, and the challenge of providing patient-centered quality healthcare in the context of a dysfunctional traditional healthcare system.   His family attends Bethany Church in Greenland, NH, where he and his wife have continued to volunteer in the children’s ministry and Mark has played keyboards with one of the bands in the past.  His dreams in life include creating a philanthropic community fund for those suffering from life misfortunes, various international travels with his family, and serving others in the name of Love and Yahweh.

     He is continually learning to be proactively positive minded, to do away with the fear of failure, and to dream bigger.  He enjoys advocating for patients and those who are in need of a voice and/or direction in the midst of our jungle of a healthcare system.  His professional mission centers around continually educating himself on different approaches to healthcare and how each modality can best benefit his patients in different circumstances or with different patient-centered preferences.  He loves helping to address the question of “why?” in chronic disease, providing hope where no hope is apparent, and thinking outside the box.  Ultimately, he is an educator and a servant at heart who loves to empower others, to coach others toward reaching their goals, and to advocate for the minority voice, where appropriate.