I think Dr. Martin is fully competent as a doctor, but has a poor interaction style. In the hospital he heavily pushed me to supplement with formula (not necessary) and seemed to search endlessly for something to pathologize (nothing was wrong, nor was there reason to believe we had problems) and in visits since then has had a strong tendency to push hard on finding something wrong and needing a medical solution. If you want your child's care to be heavy on intervention and pathology and let the doctor make all decisions, you may feel happy in Dr. Martin's care. I was not happy with this approach (and for the record my child is fully immunized, has taken antibiotics as needed, etc. -- I just like to be informed and make appropriate decisions) and whenever I questioned Dr. Martin about a non-essential and not time sensitive "well care" intervention he was rude and/or dismissive. At one point he made a comment that I consider highly unprofessional and inappropriate, likening my desire to consider our options to engaging in high risk, illegal behaviors.
We've been much happier in the several months since we switched to a new MD -- not sure what took us so long to switch.
Also, the office is dirty and dingy. I didn't like to have my child playing there while we wait.