Dr. Mark Plunkett is a board certified MD at OSF as well as a visiting professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine specialized in the areas of thoracic procedures, transplants, and other related areas.
Nationally recognized for his work as a physician and medical professional, Dr. Mark Plunkett is a specializes in several different procedures including thoracic, congenital, vascular, and pulmonary procedures. He has extensive experience dealing with cardiovascular and pulmonary disease, and currently works as an MD at the Hospital of Illinois.
Dr. Mark Plunkett’s long standing reputation in the medical field sheds light on his dedication and passion for his career. He has spent over 25 years studying medicine, attending the most prestigious universities for medicine in the nation to complete rigorous residency and fellowship programs, and working for the most nationally recognized hospitals in the country. In 1978, Dr. Mark Plunkett began his medical training at Duke University, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He graduated four years later in 1982, and immediately enrolled in the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. He graduated four years later, obtaining his doctoral degree in medicine. He completed his residency in G.S. Shortly after completing his residency, he returned to Duke University, where he started his Fellowship in Thoracic Procedures. After moving and enrolling at a different hospital, Dr. Mark Plunkett completed his fellowship in Cardiology in 1996.
Dr. Mark Plunkett is board certified in Thoracic Procedures ABTS. Throughout his medical training, residencies, and fellowships, Dr. Plunkett also holds superior titles at various high-ranking institutions, medical centers, and hospitals including the University of Minnesota, Mattel Hospital, Hospital of Illinois OSF Healthcare, and Duke University Medical Center.
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