Mark Pittman, MD

Medical School
University of Virginia

Residency Training
Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center

Dr. Pittman graduate Summa Cum Laude from Furman University with a BS in Chemistry. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa. He attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine, where he helped start a local non-profit to serve the homeless in the community. Dr. Pittman completed Emergency Medicine residency in Washington, DC at the Georgetown / Washington Hospital Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program and served as Chief Resident.
Before moving back to Greenville, Dr. Pittman was Clerkship Director at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and helped design and co-teach a Wilderness Medicine elective. In addition to working with medical students, he enjoyed working with and teaching the residents in the residency program. His interests are student and resident medical education, wilderness medicine, emergent airway management, and evidence-based medicine. 
Outside of the hospital, Dr. Pittman love spending time with his family, running, and finding new outdoor adventures.