Michael C Martin, MD
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Michael C. Martin, MD, FAAP, FACP


12710 Carmel Country Road San Diego, CA 92130 (858) 499-2708 Michael.MartinMD@sharp.com



              SHARP REES-STEALY MEDICAL GROUP                                          August 2005-Present

                            Full Time Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Practice

                            Privileges at Sharp Mary Birch, Sharp Memorial, and Rady Children’s Hospitals             

                            Honors and Committees

       Board of Directors

       Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Division Chief

       Site Lead, Carmel Del Mar

       Physician of Excellence, August 2006

       Physician’s Advisory Council for Philanthropy

       Sharp Rees-Stealy Call Center Committee                           



              UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO              June 2002-June 2005

                            Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, expected completion June 2005

                            Completed San Diego Hospice rotation April 2003

                            Awards and Distinctions:

American Academy of Pediatrics Resident Excellency Award



              UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO              June 2001-June 2002

                            Internal Medicine and Pediatrics; completed June 27, 2002



              GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE                                     August 1997-May 2001

                            Doctor of Medicine; degree May 26, 2001.

                            Awards and Distinctions:

                            Joseph Collins Scholarship, 1998-2001


              UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-SANTA BARBARA                                     September 1991-August 1995

                            Bachelor of Arts degree received August 1995.

                            French major with concurrent premedical curriculum.

                            Awards and Distinctions:

                            Phi Beta Kappa

                            Katherine Esau Phi Beta Kappa Honor Key Recipient

                            Graduated with Highest Honors (Top 2.5% of graduating class)

                            Pi Kappa Psi (National French Honor Society)

                            Distinction in French (3.9 GPA)

                            Faculty Women’s Scholarship Recipient

                            Senior French Honors Program

                            UCSB Honors Program

                            Dean’s Honors (8 qtrs)


              SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE                                                                         January 1995-June 1995

                                          Emergency Medical Technician Certification obtained.


Research Experience

              RESEARCH FELLOW - NIH/Nat’l Institute-Child Health & Human Development   June 1998-August 1998

                            Summer Intramural Research Training Award Fellowship. Isolated and quantified GnRH receptor from murine pituitary, and helped develop monoclonal antibody against GnRH receptor. Harry Chen, MD, PhD.


              PATIENT EDUCATOR/RESEARCHER – Georgetown Medical Center        October 1997-December 1997

                            Baby Care-Newborn Care in the Early Discharge Era. Clinical research project to determine effects of extended parent education during early infancy. Performed patient teaching regarding post-hospital newborn care following a randomized double blind format. Jeralyn Bernier, MD, MPH.


              RESEARCHER/CO-AUTHOR - Hôpitale Vésale, Belgium                                         June 1994-August 1994

                            Heparin Monitoring Difficulties… Comparison of various heparin assays on new generation coagulation analyzer. Performed in conjunction with Dr. Philippe Cauchie.


Volunteer Activities/Community Service

              MEMBER                                                       March 2002-Present

                            Weekly Home Group/Bible Study-Assist with weekly Bible Study.


              LEADER                                                                                                                       August 1998-June 2001

              Weekly Home Group/Bible Study-Organize and lead group of 6-20 participants in weekly Bible Study and discussion. Coordinate quarterly trips and social events. Provide frequent counseling. Train future group leaders.


              GROUP COORDINATOR                                                                                    November 1998-June 2001

              APSAN Homeless Shelter, Arlington/VA-Coordinate group of 10-12 people to serve at wintertime hypothermia shelter. Prepare and serve meal, distribute clothing and other necessities, counsel residents on both health and non-health related topics.


              CHILD LIFE VOLUNTEER                                                                                            May 1998-June 1999

              Child Life Volunteer Visitation Program-Frequently visited children of all ages in Georgetown pediatric ICU and bone marrow transplant units. Offered counseling and diversion through games, art projects and story telling. Cradled neglected infants and infants subjected to maternal drug abuse.


              HEALTH EDUCATOR                                                                                          November 1997-May 1998

              Early Head Start and HIPPY Home Education Programs-Visited day care centers and homes of low-income single mothers in Washington D.C. Educated child care workers, mothers and children on a variety of health, nutrition and safety topics. Created numerous teaching handouts. Provided extensive resources and coordinated physician follow-up as needed.


              IMMUNIZATION-HEALTH COUNSELOR                                                   September 1997-Januray 1998

              Hadley Hospital Volunteer Immunization Clinic-Provided free childhood immunizations and health counseling to children in Southeast Washington D.C.


Employment Experience

              GROSS ANATOMY PROSECTOR – Washington, D.C.                                 October 1998- December 1998

              Performed full dissection of human cadaver for Georgetown Nursing School students. Organized and led gross anatomy review session for fellow medical students.


              PEDIATRICS OFFICE MANAGER – Santa Barbara, CA                                    June 1995-August 1997

              Responsible for telephone triage of busy pediatrics practice. Managed all billing, scheduling and back office duties. Assisted with office procedures. Attended Newborn Rounds, Grand Rounds, and other lectures at local hospitals.


              UCSB FRENCH TUTOR – Santa Barbara, CA                                                        September 1994-June 1995

                            Assisted up to 5 introductory and intermediate students on a weekly basis.


              RESIDENT ASSISTANT – Santa Barbara, CA                                                                 June 1992-June 1993

              Counseled 66 first year college students in UCSB affiliated dormitory. Organized floor trips, lectures on health and safety topics as well as building wide events.


              SENIOR BICYCLE MECHANIC – Santa Barbara, CA                                           January 1992-August 1995

              Supervised all duties in student-run bicycle shop. Instructed students on all aspects of bicycle repair.



                            Gourmet Cooking, Competitive Cycling, Triathlons, Rock-Climbing, Magic.


Special Skills

                            Fluent in French. Limited medical Spanish.