This is the home page for Dr. Mark Miller and his family. We now live in Blowing Rock, North Carolina full-time. We also have renovated an 1850 cabin on a farm just north of Chapel Hill, NC. I retired from full-time private practice in 2012 & part-time practice in 2014, but busy with Dermasensa (a start-up cosmeceutical company including exports to China & Thailand), missions & family. We were in Fayetteville, NC for 25+ years from 1988, although I was born and raised there. We love to travel and go on medical mission trips all over the world, including support for high school seniors. Mark has provided disaster medical relief in Ecuador, Nepal, Iraq, & for Hurricane Katrina. Mark has been to AFRICA (Swaziland x2, Botswana, Kenya x2, Zambia x3, Zimbabwee, Lesotho, South Africa, Egypt), ASIA (Philippines & China) CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICA (Honduras, Peru x 3, Belieze, Ecuador x2, Costa Rica x2) and MIDDLE EAST (Iraq’03, also spending some time in Iran, Israel, Jordan & Syria in the 1970s) to include 50 countries! Go to our Missions Page for more details. Carpe diem! mark & beth, will & jo (anna), victoria & colin, (ellie & emily) and shelby
DS Dermasensa healthcare Product Launch partnered with SM Pharmaceutical in Bangkok, Thailand featuring Miss Thailand-Universe, Chalita Suansane! Beth & Shelby joined me in this momentous occasion!
Beth, Will & Jo, Shelby & I arrived in Chengdu, Sichuan Province in western China from Shanghai on Day 1 (April 30, 2017) of our 12 day trek. Rented a car then onto Ya’an for the night to visit the Pandas on Day 2 before heading further west to Ya Jiang for the night. Day 3 onto Mandala Hostel in Dao Cheng. Day 4 drove to Shangri-La town to catch bus enroute over Jianziwan Mountain Pass (Altitude 15,285 ft) to our Qunzhen’s Tibetan Inn in Yading, China. Spent that afternoon in Ya Ding Dao Cheng National Park, Sichuan Province, China hiking up to 13,385 feet elevation at base of Xiannairi Snow Peak (19,790 Feet). Day 5 hiked 5 hours up 15,600 feet elevation overlooking Milk Lake in Ya Ding Dao Cheng National Park. It snowed coming back down! We drove back to Dao Cheng to spend two nights at the Mandala Hostel again to complete Day 6. Day 7 onto the actual town of Shangri-La before heading on Day 8 to Lijiang via Tiger Leaping Gorge into Yunnan Province. Day 9 & 10 at Luga Lake biking ~40 miles at 9,000 feet! Day 11 stopover in Xi Chang enroute to Chengdu to fly back to Shanghai. Carpe diem!!!
Spent 6 days with our missionary friends at Lake Navaisha, Kenya! Just driving around we saw zebras, giraffes, camels, etc! We toured one of 127 flower farms in Kenya, which is the third largest exporter of cut flowers in the world! Also spent a day at Kijabe health care Hospital, where our whole Miller family served in 2001.