Martin Kerrigan, MD

Martin Kerrigan, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Martin Kerrigan, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and serves as a Co-Director of the Internal Medicine Service in the Division of Hospital Medicine.  Marty serves as the Internal Medicine Associate Clerkship Director for the School of Medicine and works as a Physician Utilization Management Advisor for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.  His clinical interests include medical consultation, medical student education, curriculum development, and providing high value clinical care.  He attends on the inpatient general medicine teaching service (Firm), on the medicine consult service, and on the hospitalist direct care service.


  • BS, Biology, Minor in Psychology: Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA (2001)
  • Medical Degree: Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA (2005)
  • Residency, Internal Medicine: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA (2008)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

Clinical Interests

Hospital medicine, inpatient care


Meyer A, Kerrigan M. Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction. Hosp Med Clin 2015; 4(3):283-96.

Poster Presentations

Noe J, Weinmann S, Ciotti C, Kerrigan M. Old Ockham and his razor – renal cell carcinoma, inflammatory vasculopathy with myopathy and voltage-gated potassium channel antibodies in a patient presenting with progressive lower extremity pain.  Poster session submitted for: 2016 Missouri ACP Chapter Scientific Meeting; 2016 September 17; Osage Beach, MO

Hagan M, Kerrigan M. A Case of Intractable Hiccups with a Potentially Fatal Etiology. Postersession presented at: 2011 Missouri ACP Chapter Scientific Meeting; 2011 September 16; Osage Beach, MO