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Dr. Fatima Martinez grew up in metropolitan Atlanta. She did her Undergraduate training in Neuroscience at Emory University. She did her Medical School training in the Autonomous University of Guadalajara and pre-internship at New York Medical College. She completed her residency in Primary Care Internal Medicine at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine affiliated hospitals. Dr. Martinez practices Internal Medicine at our Ahwatukee location. She is married and lives in Chandler with her husband and their adorable Chihuahua.

Primary Specialty: Internal Medicine
Undergraduate Education: Emory University, B.S. in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology and French Studies Minor, 2008
Medical Education: Autonomous University of Guadalajara School of Medicine, 2014 New York Medical College, Pre-internship program at Richmond University Medical Center, 2014
Residency: University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Primary Care Internal Medicine, 2017 | The Hospital of Central Connecticut | University of Connecticut Health Center | St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center | Hartford Hospital | VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Newington Campus
Skills and Training:  Joint and Bursa Injections | Fluent in Spanish
Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, 2017
Affiliations: American College of Physicians

AWARDS

  • Graduated with “Outstanding Performance” from Autonomous University of Guadalajara School of Medicine. Ranked second in class of Fall 2013.
  • Graduated with High Honors in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology from Emory University. Nu Rho Psi Honor Society of the Department of Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology of Emory University, 2008.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Gupta P, Pallavi R, Martinez F, and Harley J. “Case report on Thyrotoxicosis and Acute Liver Failure.” Accepted for presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 43rd Critical Care Congress. 2013.
  • Martinez and P. Wenner. “The Role of Protocadherins in Mediating the Formation of Novel Synaptic Connections in the Spinal Cord.”  Honors Thesis Manuscript and Thesis Defense. 2008.
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