She is Board Certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review for Physicians. Dr. Martinez-Delio is a member of the Hillsborough County Medical Association, the Florida Medical Association, of which she has served as a delegate on 2005 and has been elected delegate for the FMA for the term 2006-2009, the Tampa Bay Psychoanalytical Society, American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review for Physicians and the National Headache Foundation.
Dr, Martinez-Delio worked in the James A Haley Veterans Administration Hospital in Tampa, FL, and also served as associate clinical professor for USF. She did research with education to Veterans on HIV-AIDS with a multidisciplinary team. This research was presented in Washington DC.
She worked as an Associated Medical Director for a Utilization Review and Quality Assurance company. Dr. Martinez-Delio opened a private practice in Tampa, FL, in 2001.
She has background and training in Internal Medicine, Neurology and in headache management.
Dr. Martinez-Delio has been a guest in Fox 13 news, NBC news, Univision, Telemundo and a frequent Hispanic radio host in the past. She has published in the HCMA bulletin. She also writes on her spare time and is writing her first book.
Dr. Martinez-Delio is married and has 5 children
Narco-therapy in PTSD Vietnam Veterans – San Juan,PR
Presented in APA, PR Convention
Emotional Disturbance Measured by the Achenbach Scale in Diabetic Children: San Juan Municipal Hospital Research
Multidisciplinary approach in AIDS Education in Veterans in Tampa Bay Area, presented in Washington DC.
“Tom Cruise; Narcissistic or just plain grandiose”
The Bulletin of the HCMA;
September / October 2005 edition.