Dr Marisa Martin is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, attending to both public and private patients at Westmead Public, Westmead Private, Blacktown Public and Norwest Private Hospitals.
At Blacktown Hospital Dr Martin runs the High-Risk Pregnancy Clinics. Marisa also runs general gynaecology and contraception clinics.
Dr Martin can conduct consultations in English and Spanish.
A trusted consultant and lecturer
Dr Martin’s years of clinical experience have secured her respected positions as a Training Supervisor and Examiner at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). She is also the Obstetrics Consultant to the Midwifery Group Program at Blacktown Hospital, and has been a Clinical Lecturer at both the University of Sydney and the University of Western Sydney.
Accredited memberships and highly qualified
Dr Martin is a member of the Australian Gynaecological and Endoscopy Surgery Society (AGES) and is a registered Colposcopist with the Australian Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP).
Respectful and caring approach
Committed to providing holistic and professional care, Dr Martin offers a personal approach for her patients. Patients can contact Dr Martin directly as she knows some may need guidance and reassurance at times outside usual consultation hours.
A full range of obstetric services
Combining leading medical insight with a calm and respectful manner, Dr Marisa Martin ensures each patient a safe and fulfilling birth experience.
By offering a broader range of clinical options than many obstetricians, such as waterbirths and collaboration with private midwives, Dr Marisa Martin’s patients have more control over their pregnancy experience.
A full range of gynaecological services
Dr Martin ensures patients receive the personalised service they expect, with diagnosis, treatment and advice on a wide range of gynaecology services, tailored for your condition and lifestyle.
Dr Martin can assist women of all ages to address problems like heavy, painful or irregular periods, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, pelvic floor disorders like incontinence or prolapse, endometriosis, menopause, hysterectomies, and the insertion and removal of long-acting forms of contraception.