|Schedule An Appointment||Clinical Office Address|
|(801) 581-2205||University Hospital
Pediatrics, Clinic 6
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Susan L. Martini MD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine and on staff at Primary Children's Medical Center. Dr. Martini is in the Division of General Pediatrics and sees patients at the University Pediatric Clinic 6 where she teaches medical students and residents general pediatrics. She has a private practice there with families associated with the University of Utahand the Salt Lake City area.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Pediatrics - Associate Professor (Clinical)
|Academic Divisions||General Pediatrics
|Board Certification||American Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)
The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to physician related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.
Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
UofU Patient September 04, 2013
My concerns are always addressed. My daughter is very comfortable asking Dr. Martini questions and understands her answers.UofU Patient August 26, 2013
Excellent experience. Both the nurse and Dr. Martini did not appear rushed and took their time with us.UofU Patient August 21, 2013
We love Dr. Martini! She is so personable and explains things very well. She is great to work with!UofU Patient February 13, 2013
Dr. Martini has been great with both of my kids. She takes the time to understand our needs and activities as a family and how that impacts my children. Good listener. Very happy to have her for my children's pediatrician.UofU Patient February 05, 2013
This was not our first visit to the peds clinic but we recently change pediatricians so this was our first visit with Dr. Martini. She was lovely. She was great with the kids and communicated well with us.UofU Patient December 28, 2012
This episode of illness lasted 14 days. I appreciated the access to the nurse on call, and felt reassured that the nurse had spoken with Dr Martini when she called to follow up with us. I also appreciated the level of concern that Dr Martini showed us, especially as the illness continued for so long.UofU Patient December 22, 2012
Sometimes it is hard to get out what we are trying to say, our care provider gets excited and (I assume) accidentally cuts us off to answer questions right away without hearing everything we have to say. She is amazing however!!!UofU Patient November 12, 2012
Dr. Martini always spends plenty of time with us to make sure all of our questions are answered.UofU Patient November 12, 2012
The provider was very friendly, very personable, very caring and positive. I work in the healthcare and my expectations are high. Dr. Martini has definately met them.UofU Patient November 12, 2012
We love Dr. Martini and recommend her to all of our friends.UofU Patient October 15, 2012
We have seen this doctor twice, the experience we had this time versus last time with my older child was night and day. She has improved her demeanor with patients impressively as last time I left I swore I would never go back to her, this time had no choice and I'm glad we did. She is obviously a great doctor, and her "bedside manner" is much improved. Thank you!UofU Patient September 06, 2012
Dr. Martini was excellent!!!UofU Patient March 30, 2012
Due to the nature of our visit and the time of day, my daughter was referred to PCMC for further observation of her respiratory distress. I appreciate the concern shown by Dr. Martini to care for the emergent needs of my daughter.UofU Patient March 06, 2012
Seemed to be a bit rushed.UofU Patient February 25, 2012
Dr. Martini is very knowledgeable, but I didn't care for her bedside manner towards my child.UofU Patient February 03, 2012
We love Dr. Martini! I will be very sad the day we have to switch insurance when I stop working for the U.UofU Patient January 05, 2012
Seems to be rushed. I wish she take more time, and ease worries. Not all cases are typical.