Stanford Health Care
Martina Kelly Speight, RN, MS, FNP-BC is a nurse practitioner from Stanford Health Care in the field of surgical and interventional cardiovascular therapeutics. Martina received her BS in Nursing in 2001 from Dominican University of California and completed the New Graduate Critical Care Training Program at Stanford University Medical Center in 2002. She worked in Stanford’s cardiothoracic intensive care unit until 2004 before she traveled abroad and took an intensive care unit position at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, UK. Upon return to the US in 2007, Martina took the role of research and clinical coordinator at Stanford University Medical Center in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine. In this role, Martina coordinated various clinical research trials before turning her focus to the research in the area of transcatheter heart valve therapies. Martina is an integral part of the Stanford Heart Valve Team with respect to both patient care and program development. She is a nationally recognized leader, author, and speaker in heart valve therapies; she serves on various advisory committees in this specialty arena. Martina received her MS in Nursing in 2012 from San Francisco State University and is board certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.