Dr Siseko Martin

Bsc Hons Micro (UFH); MBChB (MEDUNSA); Diploma Tropical Med And Hygiene (WITS) ; MMed Micro ( Stellenbosch); FC Path (SA) MICRO. NB UFH – University of Fort HareClinical MicrobiologistMicrobiology / Virology, Serology

Dr Siseko Martin started his tertiary studies in 1993 at the University of Fort Hare, where he completed a BSc degree in 1996 and an BSc Honours in Microbiology in 1997. Thereafter he was accepted as a medical student at MEDUNSA where he obtained an MBChB degree in  2001.
Dr Martin did his internship in Livingstone Hospital, Port Elizabeth, and community service at Cecilia Makhiwane Hospital, Mdantsane, East London. He went back to Livingstone Hospital and worked as a medical officer in orthopaedics and in ICU between January 2004 until June 2005. He then specialised in Medical Microbiology at Stellenbosch University. During his residency he obtained a Diploma In Tropical Medicine (DTM & H) from WITS University (2008). He successfully passed the FCPath (Microbiology) SA – examinations in 2009 and also completed his MMED (Medical Microbiology) Stellenbosch at the end of 2010.
He joined Pathcare shortly thereafter and currently Dr Martin is working as a Clinical Microbiologist Specialist for PathCare Laboratories in  Port Elizabeth
He is involved in antimicrobial stewardship and infection control, and conducts weekly ward rounds in the ICUs of the private hospitals in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage. He actively participate in the academic meetings of these hospitals and frequently do CPD presentations on the topics of infectious diseases and antimicrobial usage.

Port Elizabeth/Gqeberha, Life St George’s Hospital

Life St George's Hospital
Ground Floor, 40A Park Drive
Port Elizabeth/Gqeberha

Port Elizabeth/Gqeberha, Netcare Greenacres Hospital

Netcare Greenacres Hospital
2nd Floor, Room 205
Cnr Cape and Rochelle Road
Port Elizabeth/Gqeberha

Port Elizabeth/Gqeberha, Life Mercantile Hospital

Life Mercantile Hospital
Suite 240, 2nd Floor
Cnr Kempston and Durban Road
Port Elizabeth/Gqeberha