Dr. Ho was awarded his Bachelor of Science at Portland State University, after which he served as a Lieutenant in the Singapore Military. Subsequently, he performed basic science research at the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Singapore, during which time he published extensively. As a researcher, he realized his interests were more aligned with clinical medicine, and he completed his medical education at the American University of Antigua. Dr. Ho is a world traveler and enjoys spending his time with his wife and daughter.

Hao Kee Ho, MD
Resident, 2017-2020

Dr. Mark was awarded her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Rhode Island College. During her time as an undergraduate, she worked as a research assistant at the Liver Center at Rhode Island Hospital and published in several peer-reviewed journals. Following her undergraduate degree, Dr. Mark continued to work as a research assistant at Rhode Island Hospital. This led to her pursuing her medical education at the American University of Antigua, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and she performed admirably. Dr. Mark also completed her MPH from Walden University during her medical education. Outside of work, she enjoys playing chess, tennis, and cooking.

Princess Mark, MD, MPH
Resident, 2017-2020

Dr. Urazov completed his undergraduate education in Sociology from SUNY Stony Brook. During his time at Stony Brook, Dr. Urazov worked as a pharmacy technician, performed research at the Nassau County Department of Drug and Alcohol Addiction, and also engaged in community service at a variety of local organizations. He went on to complete he medical education at Xavier University in Aruba, where he served as a clinical ambassador for his class and presented research related to hypertension management. Dr. Urazov has a strong interest in general and community medicine. In his free time, Konstantin enjoys travel, cooking, and is an avid automobile enthusiast.

Konstantin Urazov, MD
Resident, 2017-2020