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Corey Martin, MD

Pediatric Pulmonology
Board Certifications:
General Pediatrics and Pediatric Pulmonology
Areas of Clinical Interest:
Asthma, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, Aerodigestive Disorders, Neuromuscular Disorder

Fellowship: Children’s National Hospital – Pediatric Pulmonology (2020)
Residency: University of Alabama-Birmingham/Children’s of Alabama – General Pediatrics (2017)
Medical School: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine (2014)

Undergraduate: The University of Florida – Bachelor of Health Science (2010)

Awards & Recognition:

Aerodigestive Society Abstract Competition, 1st Place (2019)

Patient Reviews:
"Dr. Martin took time to ask a ton of questions and gave us a clear diagnosis and treatment plan. My husband and I felt very comfortable with him and will be coming back and recommending him to anyone else. I would rate the experience 1000/10 if I could!" 

"He was wonderful and incredibly helpful. Five stars for Dr. Martin!" 

"Dr. Martin was fantastic. He took the time to listen and asked great questions. The nurses were nice and the person that performed the breathing test won my son over. He said he was the BEST!"

Clinic Locations: Fairfax

Keystone Publications:

Positive Bronchoalveolar Lavage Pepsin Assay Associated with Acute Viral and Fungal Infections in Children with Chronic Cough, April 2021, Pediatric Pulmonology,

Where did you grow up?
I grew up in New Jersey before moving down to Florida when I was eight years old.
Why did you become a doctor and why did you choose your specialty?
I became a doctor because I wanted to make a positive impact on other people’s lives, and I wanted a career that would continue to challenge and surprise me. My interest in pediatric pulmonology developed out of my own experiences growing up with severe asthma. I felt that I could relate to my patients and their families in a unique way based on my history.
How long have you practiced in the Washington, DC area and what do you like most about it?
I first started practicing in the area when I started my pediatric pulmonology fellowship at Children’s National Hospital in 2017. I enjoy the incredible diversity of my patients and their families that can be found in this area.
What do you most enjoy doing outside of your clinical practice, when you’re not working?
I enjoy traveling, reading, and spending time with my wife and daughter.
Describe your proudest accomplishment as a provider and/or in your personal life:
My proudest accomplishment so far is being a dad to my daughter. It’s been amazing to watch her grow.
If you weren’t a doctor, what profession would you most likely be doing and why?
I couldn’t imagine any career I would enjoy more than being a doctor! Perhaps writing a travel blog would be great. I enjoy experiencing new places and cultures.