Mark Su, MD, FAAFP was born to hard-working parents who immigrated from China and Taiwan and embody the spirit of sacrifice and service to others. He was raised in Indiana with mid-western values such as humility, honesty, integrity, and treating others as you want to be treated. Dr. Su was Valedictorian of his high school class and had multiple leadership experiences during college at Cornell University. Upon completing medical school, Dr. Su was the Academic Chief Resident at Tufts University in Boston and received the national Mead-Johnson Award for outstanding scholastic performance in a Family Medicine residency. He has practiced medicine in the north shore of Massachusetts since 2003, and in New Hampshire since 2010.
Dr. Su is passionate about basketball, he loves his wife, he is religious about fitness, is a dutiful father, and also enamored with photography. Mark defines himself as a patient advocate, a truth seeker standing for justice, and God-honoring.
He is always seeking a better way, and always open to stimulation and challenges.
Dr. Su is Vice-President of The International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness, a member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society, and the Institute of Functional Medicine.