Dr. Mark Van Wormer

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Mark E. Van Wormer, M.D., RVT, RDCS, ABAAM
Union County Medical Center, PC
Rural Health Clinic HMSA
Clayton, NM, 88415

Date of Birth: 04-12-1954
Place of Birth: Kansas City, Kansas


1972:       Graduate Yorktown High School, Arlington, Virginia
1972-1976: BS Summa cum Laude (GPA 3.89) Biology and Biochemistry
             Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia (I would suggest going online
and looking up Hampden-Sydney College, since I am an alumni of the famed Bicentennial Class of
1976 (the college was started in the your of our country’s revolution 1776 by some of the signers of
the declaration of Independence of the United States from England, there is great Historical
perspective here which could be linked)

1976-1980: Doctorate of Medicine, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia (The Medical
College of Virginia is also a pretty Famous Institution that I can be linked to as well)

1980-1981: Rotating Surgical Internship, York Hospital, York, PA (I finished a year of surgical
residency at York Hospital in York PA)


1981-1983: Medical Officer, National Health Service Corps, HMSA Union County,
            Clayton, New Mexico ( I started my Clinic in Clayton New Mexico as a governmental
physician placed in a Rural Health Manpower Shortage Area, a government designation of
underserved people where doctors who have signed on with the government are placed to serve time
. The government paid for two years of my medical training, so I “owed them” two years in a Rural
Health Manpower Shortage Area. Clayton New Mexico was where our Federal Government placed
me. I stayed in this Rural Health Manpower Shortage area, and over a 30 year period built, with my
own income, a “University Style” medical center. This facility was so advanced that it was at least
10 years before its time. It had 8 fully equipped medical exam rooms with Ethernet computers and
electronic medical records. It had a 16 slice spiral CT scanner in office for full body CT, but more
importantly Cardiac CT and Cardiac CT angiography. The clinic had full cardiac ultrasound, color
flow Doppler ultrasound, Abdominal, OB, Prostate, Vascular and General Ultrasound in house. I
became fully certified in Cardiac Ultrasound and Vascular Ultrasound. The clinic became the
primary cardiac care center of Northeaster New Mexico.
1983-2007: Private Medical Practice, Clayton, New Mexico, Creator Builder Designer Union
         County Medical Center, PC, Family Practice and Diagnostic Imaging Facility.
1984-2007: Staff Sonographer, Union County General Hospital
1984-2007: In hospital Cardiac and Peripheral Vascular Non-Invasive Diagnostic
             Program with stress echocardiography, and first peripheral vascular
             Color flow system in New Mexico, Cardiac Pacing and
             Swan-Ganz, hemodynamic Monitoring, hospital based Vascular Research
             Lab, Invention and patent on the first acoustically guided angioplasty
I was the staff physician at Union County General Hospital that did all the diagnostic evaluations
using CT, Ultrasound. I also was the hospital intensivist, placing all the pacemakers, Swan Ganz
lines, doing all the ICU management and extreme medical post operative care programs. I did this
for over 27 years. I brought a small rural hospital that really did not do much of anything, to a
University like medical center that took care of most everything in house without shipping it out to
large institutions.

1984-2007: Director of Intensive Care Unit, Union County General Hospital
1987-1992: AMA Physicians Recognition Award for Continuing Medical Education
1998-2004: Vascular Imaging Associates, Mobile Vascular Lab serving Northern New
           Mexico and the Texas Panhandle (Dalhart and Amarillo, Texas)
1989-2011: Registered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
           Vascular Technology and Adult Echocardiography (scored 99th percentile
           On boards)
1993-2007: State Certified Rural Health Clinic Serving Northern New Mexico and Five
           States Health Manpower Shortage Area

1995-2007: Union County Medical Diagnostic Imaging Center, introduces CT imaging to
           Union County, Siemens Volume Zoom Spiral CT Scanner
2007-2008: Purchase and install Phillips 16 slice Spiral (CT Brilliance, Cardiovascular CT)
           Scanner for coronary angiography
2007-2008 Certified level III CT angiography reader, Philips Software
1995-2007: Physicians Skin Rejuvenation, LLC, with GreatSkin MediSpas of the
           Southwest with offices in Amarillo, Texas and Albuquerque, New Mexico
1998-2011: Certified by the American Board of Laser Surgery in Cosmetic Laser
1999-2011: Certified by the American Board of AntiAging Medicine, Diplomat A4M
1981-2011: ACLS Certified
2001-2007: Director, Clinical Laboratory, Union County General Hospital
1999-2007: Director, Local Rest Home Facility, Silver Stone Health Care Systems
1981-2007: Director, Union County Emergency Medical Systems, Ambulance and EMT
1981-2007: Union County Coroner, Certified by the Office of Medical Examiners,
           Albuquerque, New Mexico
2009-2011: Ultrasound instruction in Echocardiography, General Sonography and Vascular
Sonography, office of Dr Paul Wheeler, Boise City Oklahoma.
2011-2012: Medical Missionary in Uganda
Society Memberships:

Society of Vascular Technologists
Society of Vascular Ultrasound #3993
American Academy of AntiAging Medicine, American Board of AntiAging Medicine, diplomat
American College of Phlebology #72789
American Society of Echocardiography #84864


“Ultrasonographically Guided Angioplasty in a Flow Phantom,” The Journal of Vascular
Technology 15(1) 33-36, 1991

The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, June 1994 Volume 95, Issue 6 p.3689
“Acoustically Enhanced Catheter.”

United States Patent # 5,259,837 November 9, 1993 “Acoustically Enhanced Catheter,” Abstract:
“A percutaneous transluminal angioplasty or atherectomy catheter is acoustically enhanced by
placing at least two ultrasonographically detectable markers, one at the proximal end and one at the
distal limits of the catheter balloon. The location of the catheter in the artery is thereby correctly
positioned by ultrasonographic imaging.”