Doctors Specializing in Trauma and Post-trauma Reconstruction

Animesh Agarwal, M.D. (Trauma Clinic/University Hospital) Click for information

Ravi A. Karia, M.D. (Trauma Clinic/University Hospital) Click for information

Mark A. Foreman, M.D. (UT Medicine, Trauma Clinic/University Hospital) Click for information

Boris A. Zelle, M.D. (Trauma Clinic/University Hospital) Click for information

Douglas T. Cromack, M.D. (Trauma Clinic/University Hospital) Click for information

Fred G. Corley, M.D. (Trauma Clinic/University Hospital) Click for information

All Orthopaedic Clinic Locations

MARC - UT Medicine Click for information

Audie L. Murphy Memorial Verterans Hospital (VA) Click for information

UH Trauma Clinic Click for information

Texas Diabetes Institute Click for information

UT Kids - Pediatric Orthopaedics (Robert B Green Campus - Downtown)   Click for information

UT Cancer Therapy and Research Center  Click for information

Ruthe B. Cowl Rehabilitation Center, Laredo, TX  Click for information

Foreman, Mark A., MD

Mark A. Foreman, MD
Assistant Professor, Trauma Service
Trauma and Post-trauma Reconstruction

Born and Raised in the small East Texas Town of Splendora, I matriculated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. degree in Biology from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1988. I then completed medical school training and graduated in the top 5% of my class with a M.D. degree followed by my orthopedic residency training at UTHSCSA thru 1998. Following residency I received my initial board certification in 2000 with recertification in 2010, and spent 12 years in private practice performing general orthopedic surgery in Southwest Oregon (Grants Pass).

I joined the U.S. Army Reserves during my third year of residency training at UTHSCSA and spent 8 years with the reserves until honorable discharge in April of 2004. I was initially attached to the 396th Combat Support Hospital (CSH) at Fort Vancouver Washington and spent the last four years as the orthopedic surgeon for the 915 Forward Surgical Team. I deployed with the team for Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF) for 6 months and spent 3 of those months in Iraq in direct support of the 3rd brigade of the 4th Infantry Division. The 915 FST received the Valorous Unit Award for exceptional heroism during this deployment.

I decided to relocate back to my home state of Texas in 2010 and signed on as Assistant Professor for General Orthopedics at UTHSCSA. I have since been practicing and teaching general orthopedics with a more recent focus on acute trauma with the orthopedic trauma division.

My area of interest is teaching residents and students how to be a well rounded orthopedist who has the ability and confidence to handle the spectrum of general orthopedic problems as well as practicing with compassion, efficiency and cost-effectiveness in clinic as well as in an operative environment.