Dr. Bruce Martin

Dr. Bruce Martin founded the Boca Delray Cardiology Center in 1990. He is originally from New York. Dr. Martin graduated from Hunter College in New York with a degree in music history and piano performance. He then attended the Columbia University School of General Studies for a two-year, graduate-level pre-med science program, during which he achieved the highest score ever recorded at Columbia University on the English section of their degree-candidacy exam, and was granted a full scholarship.  He is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Medicine.  During his years there, he was the editor of the medical school newspaper, The Apprentice, and graduated in the top 20% of his class.

Dr. Martin completed his internship in internal medicine at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, Long Island, New York, a teaching hospital of Cornell University, including a three-month stint at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan.  This was followed by residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, and his fellowship at Winthrop University Hospital, Stony Brook Medical Center in New York.  He received additional training at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and at the Institute for Nuclear Medical Education in Boulder, Colorado, where he became certified and licensed in nuclear cardiology and radio-pharmaceuticals.  He has interpreted over 20,000 nuclear stress tests, which likely represents the largest experience of any South Palm Beach County cardiologist.


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  The Boca Delray Cardiology Team