Martha is Associate Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Medical School. In her role as an Rutgers Center for Organizational Leadership Fellow, Dr. Lansing is involved in the design and development of the co-sponsored Distinction in Leadership in Academic Healthcare Program for students in the RWJ Medical School.
As vice chair, Martha provides support and oversight of the Department’s 3 residencies, 5 fellowships, and undergraduate family medicine and department programs, and clinical practices. She developed and directed a combined Family Medicine and General Internal medicine hospitalist program for the RWJ Medical Group and continues to oversee and support the Family Medicine hospitalist program. She sees patients, and teaches and precepts residents of the RWJ Family Medicine Residency Program at Capital Health in Trenton, NJ. Part of her patient care involves home visits.
Dr. Lansing is a certified psychoanalytic psychotherapist and a graduate of the Academy of Family Physicians’ National Institute for Program Director Development. Nationally she serves on the American Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Residency Review Committee (RRC) for Family Medicine. She has served on multiple executive boards and committees at Capital Health and at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and served on the Board of the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians. In addition to her book Treating People with Chronic Disease, A Psychological Guide, co-authored with Carol Goodheart, she has authored a number of book chapters. In 2015, Dr. Lansing was honored as New Jersey Family Physician of the Year by the NJ Academy of Family Physicians.