Ashley Martin, MD

Internal Medicine

Practices In: Wheaton
Patients Seen: Adults

I am inspired by pos­i­tiv­i­ty and the poten­tial for every per­son to achieve opti­mal well­ness; regard­less of med­ical his­to­ry, race/​ethnicity, reli­gion, gen­der expression/​presentation, ori­en­ta­tion, men­tal health diag­no­sis, dis­abil­i­ty, lan­guage pref­er­ence or age. I believe in pro­vid­ing com­pas­sion­ate, evi­dence-based and per­son­al­ized care with kind­ness. My phi­los­o­phy of care is to pro­mote heal­ing and well-being in a part­ner­ship with my patients to help guide care and make deci­sions together.

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Board Certifications
Family Medicine, Diplomat, American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine
Awards & Accolades
Rush Medical Center CARE Award (Consider, Attentive, Responsive, Empathetic) Above and Beyond Award for Excellence 2008
American Medical Association Physician's Recognition Award (PRA) 2010
American Medical Association Physician's Recognition Award (PRA) 2011
American Medical Association Physician's Recognition Award (PRA) 2012
American Medical Association Physician's Recognition Award (PRA) 2013
Clinical Interests

I enjoy pro­vid­ing holis­tic, pre­ven­tive care and com­pre­hen­sive care for BIPOC, med­ical­ly com­plex patients, young adults, LGBTQ+ patients, mood dis­or­ders and eat­ing disorders.

Personal Interests

I enjoy spend­ing time with my fam­i­ly and our dog. I enjoy spend­ing time in nature going on hikes, rid­ing my bike and tak­ing long walks.

American Academy of Family Physicians
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Graduation Date: 2002 Degree: MD
Northwestern Medicine affiliated Family Medicine Program - St. Joseph Hospital Resident in Family Medicine, Chief Resident 2004-2005
Rush University Medical Center Geriatrics
Provider’s Publications
JET Health Article - How to Determine if You Have a Cold or Influenza "The Flu"?
American Family Physician - "Vesicular Rash in a College Student"


Preventive Care