Marc L. Martel, MD
Commitment to Patient-Centered Care
"I am passionate about caring for patients who come to the Emergency Department with needs of any kind. I am committed to serving those patients who have limited, or no access to medical care."
Dr. Martel is a night shift Emergency Department physician with expertise in airway management, resuscitation, acute agitation, and emergency psychiatry. He is committed to graduate medical education and teaching.
- Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
- Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota
- Former Program Director of Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residency Programs 2006-2011
- Ruiz Faculty Teaching Award 2004 and 2014
- American Board of Emergency Medicine
- Martel ML, Klein LR, Rivard RL, Cole JB. A Large Retrospective Cohort of Patients Receiving Intravenous Olanzapine in the Emergency Department. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2016 Jan 1;23(1):29-35.
- Hill CH, Miner JR, Martel ML. Olanzapine versus droperidol for the treatment of primary headache in the emergency department. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2008 Sep 1;15(9):806-11.
- Martel M, Gosen C, Joing S. Intubation of patients with acute epiglottitis in the emergency department using a gum elastic bougie as an adjunct. Acad Emerg Med. February 2014; 21 (2): E6. doi: 10.1111/acem.12303.
- Gross E and Martel M. Chapter 33. Multiple Trauma. Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice. 9th Ed.
- Martel M, Sterzinger A, Miner J, Clinton J, Biros M. Management of acute undifferentiated agitation in the emergency department: a randomized double-blind trial of droperidol, ziprasidone, and midazolam. Academic emergency medicine. 2005 Dec 1;12(12):1167-72.
"I enjoy spending time with my family, outdoor sports, camping, hiking, fishing and home projects."
Chicago Medical School, North Chicago, IL, USA
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN, USA