Community Involvement


 

As a dedicated member of her community, Dr. Angela M. Martin has been involved with multiple efforts to promote health, wellness, and communal integrity in Calhoun County. These efforts include:

  • Department of Health and Human Services: Southeastern Conference Representative
  • Alabama Partnership for Children Blueprint
  • Environmental Protection Agency National Community Unity Project for Anniston/Calhoun County
  • Office of Minority Health: Moderator for Children's Health Disparities
  • Office of Women's Health Advisory Council
  • Member of the Asthma Coalition of Alabama      
  • Member of the National Council on Community Pediatrics
  • Restoring Exercise for Anniston Children's Health (REACH) National Implementation Project by the American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Rotary International Member
  • Concern for Children Board of Directors
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of East Central Alabama Board of Directors
  • Habitat For Humanity Board of Directors
  • Permanent Member of FBLA
  • Cheaha Head Start Health Advisory Board Member
  • ALERT Supporter
  • Rainbow Omega Supporter
  • Donated 50 hard drive scrubbed computers to Anniston High School
  • Consulted on landscaping for Anniston High School
  • Helped build Freedom Park in Oxford, AL
  • Founder of the PEACE Wellness Initiative (Programs to Enhance and Advance the Child's Environment)
  • President and Founder of the Martin Foundation, Inc.
Dr. Angela M. Martin is also the only pediatrician in her region with additional training in environmental issues, and she has taken part in many initiatives to promote environmental awareness in her community. Dr. Angela M. Martin directs the nation's only stand-alone Children's Environmental Health Clinic. She also consults with the Environmental Protection Agency, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, and the Calhoun County Health Department on environmental issues that affect children. They are also a Tolbert Health Services provider and accept patients from all current and upcoming environmental lawsuits.