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Dr. Lisa Martin, MD

Cardiologist

Washington, DC

Overall rating
4.9
Recent reviews
I am just getting to know Dr. Martin, but am very pleased with her careful approach and strong interest in listeningto my priorities as her patient. This gives me considerable confidence, in addition to her professional qualifications, in her sound judgment.
I am just getting to know Dr. Martin, but am very pleased with her careful approach and strong interest in listening to my priorities as her patient. This gives me considerableconfidence, in addition to her professional qualifications, in her sound judgment.
Judd K. · June 17, 2019
Dr. Martin was very nice and thorough and walked through all of my symptoms with me and took copious notes. Shelistened to my concerns and then went through each one to explain why it why it was or wasn't a concern. A very nice and professional doctor that I would definitely recommend!
Dr. Martin was very nice and thorough and walked through all of my symptoms with me and took copious notes. She listened to my concerns and then went through each oneto explain why it why it was or wasn't a concern. A very nice and professional doctor that I would definitely recommend!
Jennifer L. · June 3, 2019

About Dr. Lisa Martin

Lisa Warsinger Martin, MD, FACC is a faculty member in the Division of Cardiology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Healthcare Sciences. Dr. Martin joined the faculty of the George Washington University in 2007. Dr. Martin was the medical director for the Cholesterol Management Program at Kaiser Permanente, Mid-Atlantic Region for over 10 years, and took part in the planning for strategies for lipid management for the Kaiser program. In 2008, Dr. Martin took over as the Principle Investigator for the Women’s Health Initiative, GW site. Dr. Martin has been active in the WHI organization since that time, and has been on the Publication and Presentation Committee to review new proposals and articles. She has also participated in writing proposals and papers with regard to women’s cardiovascular health. Dr. Martin also became the Lipid Clinic director at The GW Medical Faculty Associates when she joined the faculty in 2007. She has taken care of patients with difficult lipid problems, intolerance to statins, and has advised patients as to whether they should be on lipid therapy. Dr. Martin also stresses healthy lifestyles and is very interested in teaching patients about their disease process, and what they can do to improve their health. Interaction with patients and understanding their point of view is important, she feels. Dr. Martin also teaches medical students, particularly in learning how to interact with patients.

In-network insurances

  • AdvantageMD
  • Adventist Health
  • Aetna

Specialties

  • Cardiologist

Practice names

Hospital affiliations

  • The George Washington University Hospital

Board certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Cardiovascular Disease (Internal Medicine)

Education and training

  • Medical School - University of Florida, Doctor of Medicine
  • Harvard University (Bachelor's)
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Internship in Internal Medicine
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Residency in Internal Medicine
  • George Washington University, Fellowship in Cardiology

Awards and publications

  • Martin N.F., Green W.R. and Martin L.W. “Retinal Phlebitis in the Irvine Gass Syndrome.” Am. J. Ophthalmol, 1977, 83:377-386.
  • Bush, D., Martin L.W., Leman,R., Chandler,M., Haywood,J, “Atrial Fibrillation among African Americans, Hispanics and Caucasians: Clinical Features and Outcomes of the AFFIRM Trial.”Journal of the National Medical Association, 2006, 98: 330-339.
  • Andrea Z LaCroix, Rowan T Chlebowski, JoAnn E Manson, Aaron K Aragaki, Karen C Johnson, Lisa Martin, Karen L Margolis, Marcia L Stefanick, Robert Brzyski, J David Curb, Barbara V Howard, Cora E Lewis, Jean Wactawski-Wende. “Health Outcomes after Stopping Conjugated Estrogens Among Postmenopausal Women With Prior Hysterectomy A Randomized Controlled Trial.” JAMA April 6, 2011 Vol. 305, No 13, P 1305-1314
  • Belin RJ, Greenland P, Martin L, Oberman A, Tinker L, Robinson J, Larson J, Van Horn L, Lloyd-Jones D. “Fish intake and the risk of incident heart failure: the Women's Health Initiative..” Circ Heart Fail. 2011. 4: 404-413
  • Irwin,Melinda; McTiernan Anne; Manson JoAnn; Thomson Cynthia; Stemfeld ,Barbara; Stefanick Marcia; Wactawski-Wende Jean, Craft Lynette; Lane Dorothy; Martin Lisa W.; Chlebowski Rowan. “Physical Activity and Survival in Postmenopausal Women with Breast Cancer: Results from the Women’s Health Initiative.” Cancer Prevention Research 4(4) p. 522-529. April 2011

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Languages spoken

  • English

Provider's gender

Female

NPI number

1033279708

Dr. Lisa Martin's office location

GWMFA - Cardiology

George Washington Medical Faculty Associates

22nd St and I St NW, 3rd Floor

Washington, DC 20037

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I am just getting to know Dr. Martin, but am very pleased with her careful approach and strong interest in listening to my priorities as her patient. This gives me considerable confidence, in addition to her professional qualifications, in her sound judgment.
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Dr. Martin was very nice and thorough and walked through all of my symptoms with me and took copious notes. She listened to my concerns and then went through each one to explain why it why it was or wasn't aconcern. A very nice and professional doctor that I would definitely recommend!
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Dr.Martin spent a significant amount of time answering all my questions and discussing my concerns. She is kind and thoughtful. I highly recommend her !
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Dr Martin was awesome. Very thorough and great bedside manner.
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She has an excellent manner-easy to talk to and interested in what you have to say. Took as much time as I needed and was thorough in her explanations. Good Find!!!!
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Dr Martin knows her stuff AND is kind, thoughtful and takes the time to listen and explain. I would highly recommend her.
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She was very personable and thorough. Some doctors simply don't take the time with you that I feel is necessary. Lisa is great.
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