Greg S. Martin, MD
Dr. Martin is associate professor of medicine and associate division director for critical care division of pulmonary, allergy and critical care at Emory University School of Medicine, chief of pulmonary and director of medical and coronary intensive care at Grady Memorial Hospital.
Area of Specialty: Critical Care Medicine
Dr. Martin has been an Emory faculty member since 2000, and chose this specialty because of the opportunity to both help people during their most severe times of medical need, and because of the ability to learn and teach more about this growing field by conducting cutting-edge clinical research. Dr. Martin is clinically active in patient care in both pulmonary and critical care medicine at Grady Memorial Hospital, Emory Midtown Hospital, and Emory University Hospital.
As an active teacher in the Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship program, Dr. Martin chairs the Division ICU Standardization Committee and serves as the Director of the Medical and Coronary Intensive Care Units at Grady Memorial Hospital and Director of Clinical Core at the Emory Alcohol and Lung Biology Center. In addition, Dr. Martin is Director of the Clinical Interaction Network Site at Emory University Hospital Midtown Hospital and the Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute (ACTSI), serves on the executive committee for the Master of Science in Clinical Research and KL2 - Mentored Clinical and Translational Research Scholars program, ACTSI.
Practicing at Grady teaches me something new every day and places me in a position to make a difference for patients and their families as well as students and other medical trainees. Grady serves as an important resource for the city of Atlanta, the state of Georgia and even the nation because it is unique in being one of a few places where we can address the needs of patients while teaching the next generation of healthcare providers and developing new ways to take care of patients through research.
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