Biography


Dr. Marina Martin graduated from UCLA School of Medicine in 2003, and from Stanford internal Medicine Residency in 2006. After serving as a chief resident from 2006-07, Dr. Martin began a 3 year fellowship in the Stanford Prevention Research Center. During that time, she became medical director of a Stanford student-run free clinic, Pacific Free Clinic, which provides preventive health services to low-income uninsured adults in the East San Jose area.

During her research fellowship years, Dr. Martin also volunteered in the Interdisiplinary Geriatric Medicine clinic at the Palo Alto VA Hospital, which kindled her interest in working with older adults and led her to pursue specialty training in Geriatric Medicine. In 2012 she joined the Geriatric Medicine faculty at Stanford as a primary care physician in the newly-formed Stanford Senior Care Clinic. In 2014, she became medical director of the clinic, and in 2015 became the first Section Chief of Stanford's new section of Geriatric Medciine in the School of Medicine. In this role, she oversees clinical, educational, and health services research programs that promote optimal, compassionate, personalized care of older adults, especially those with frailty, dementia, or very advanced age.

Dr. Martin's clinical practice currently consists of post-acute rehabilitation and long-term care at Webster House Health Center (nursing home).

Professional Summary


Professional Education
  • Fellowship: Stanford University and VA Palo Alto Geriatric Medicine Fellowship (2011) CA
  • Residency: Stanford University Internal Medicine Residency (2006) CA
  • Medical Education: University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine (2003) CA
  • Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine (2011)
  • Masters in Public Health, UC Berkeley, Epidemiology (2008)
  • Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (2006)
  • BA, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, Neuroscience (1997)

Honors & Awards
  • Advocacy and Community Service Award, Society of General Internal Medicine California-Hawaii Region (2014)
  • Alpha Omega Alpha, UCLA School of Medicine (2003)
  • Award for Professionalism, Stanford University Department of Medicine, Internal Medicine Residency (2005 and 2006)
  • Janet M. Glascow Memorial Achievment Citation (for women in top 10% of medical school class), UCLA School of Medicine (2003)
  • Outstanding Community Preceptor (Pre-clerkship) Award, Stanford University School of Medicine (2010)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Carleton College (1997)
  • Physician's Award for Service to the Cardinal Free Clinics, Stanford University School of Medicine (2007)
  • William B. Valentine Award in Medicine for distinction as a scholar of Internal Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine (2003)

Administrative Appointments
  • Medical Director, Stanford Senior Care Clinic (2014 - 2016)
  • Medical Director, Sequoias Portola Valley Health Center (2015 - 2017)
  • Section Chief, Geriatric Medicine, Division of Primary Care and Population Health (2015 - Present)

Publications

Specializing In

  • Senior Health

Practice Locations


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Patient Reviews

(30 reviews)

Very caring thorough provider.
Didn't discuss medication - just continue taking what I did.
Dr. Martin is exceptional, personable and thorough.
Doctor was very detailed and thorough in going through different aspects of my medical issues and medications including options and suggestions for activities & services.
Beth has been so supportive w/multiple challenges regarding my mother's well-being. She goes above & beyond.
extremely cooperative, excellent caretaker, Best care taker and sweetest person in my life
Dr Martin is the best primary care MD I've ever had. She is great at what she does I'll miss her is she assumes her new job as Division Director.
Dr. Martin is incredible
Dr. M. Martin is a great & caring person - her office staff are very kind & considerate.
Dr. Martin never rushes me and is great.
I am very fond of Dr. Marina Martin (Haugland). She listens and does not "talk down" to me. She gives me confidence in my own diagnosies 0f myself.
Very. Very good I like her so much
Visiting Dr. Martin is like a family visit. She is very cordial, caring and knowledgeable. She seems to love her job & enjoys helping seniors improve their quality of life.
Dr. Martin never seems rushed. She is relaxed and answers all our questions.
Dr. Martin always spends enough time with me. I take in a list every visit and we go through it together.
Dr. Marina Martin is an excellent doctor in all respects.
I find Dr. Martin easy to speak with and she always listens to my concerns.
Dr. Martin is an exceptional doctor.
Detail oriented, friendly, takes time to answer questions, makes you feel comfortable talking to her (Dr. Martin).
The visit with Dr. Martin was very positive and productive. She really listened and followed up by calling me at home.
I liked Dr. Martin very much and asked her to be my primary care doctor.
I feel I receive excellent care here.
My above experience were all very good as answered above.
Outstanding physician!
This was my first visit and I found the doctor to be very easy to interact with.
Very helpful.
Dr. Martin was professional and friendly.
GREAT!
No negative.
All good.

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