- American Board of Emergency Medicine - Emergency Medicine
- Yale University, CT, 2010
Residencies & Internships
- University of Michigan, Emergency Medicine, MI, 2014
- University of Michigan, Research, MI, 2017
Martina Caldwell, M.D. M.S. is an emergency medicine physician from Detroit, Michigan. She graduated summa cum laude from Emory University with a B.A. in Women’s Studies, which greatly influences her work to improve women's reproductive health equity. Dr. Caldwell also served as Chief Resident during her training in the University of Michigan / St. Joseph Mercy Hospital residency program.
Dr. Caldwell returned to Detroit to join the Senior Staff of Henry Ford Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine in 2014. Her mission is to serve as a conduit between vulnerable communities and powerful institutions to disrupt inter-generational disadvantage.
Dr. Caldwell’s primary research interest centers around designing evidenced-based, patient-centered interventions in the Emergency Department using a community-based participatory research approach that addresses health inequities regarding unintended pregnancy rates and effective contraception utilization, adverse birth outcomes, women’s sexual health, and health literacy. Her secondary interest is in promoting diversity and inclusion in the health care workforce.