Our Friendly Team of Albuquerque Optometrists

A message from Dr. Martinez:

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to run this practice in my home state and serve the people of New Mexico. I hope you enjoy your experience at Eyes of New Mexico Family Optometry and continue to let us serve you and your family and friends in all of your eye care needs.”


Tiffany Garcia Martinez, O.D.

Dr. Martinez is a native to Albuquerque.  She graduated high school from Albuquerque Academy.  At the University of New Mexico she studied biology with a minor in chemistry.  She attended optometry school at Southern California College of Optometry, now known as Ketchum University. After Dr. Martinez completed an additional year of residency training in Pediatrics and Binocular Vision at the University of Houston College of Optometry.  During her residency, Dr. Martinez worked with pediatric patients, children with binocular vision problems and vision related learning problems, patients with vision impairments, patients with newly acquired brain injuries, as well as soldiers returning from war with new ocular complications.  She has been working since 2010 with the NMSBVI to provide traveling low vision clinics to students throughout New Mexico.

Dr. Martinez is married and has 3 children. When she is not taking care of her patients she enjoys spending time with her family and playing soccer.  Let’s be honest, with 3 kids and a practice to run she does not have time for anything else.

Nancy Molinar-Arguello, O. D.

Dr. Molinar graduated from Bernalillo High School in 2008, and attended the University of New Mexico for a bachelor’s in Biology. She then moved to Oklahoma for optometry school at Northeastern State University and graduated in 2016. After this, Dr. Molinar returned to Albuquerque and completed an additional year of residency training in ocular disease and primary eye care at the Raymond G. Murphy Veteran’s Hospital. During her residency Dr. Molinar was also involved in glaucoma research, treatment and management of many types of glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, Plaquenil examinations, anterior uveitis, herpetic disease of the cornea and other diseases of the eyes. She joined Eyes of New Mexico in October 2016, working Saturdays and few weekdays, and has now become the newest member of our team.

Dr. Molinar speaks Spanish fluently as this is her primary language and is happy to serve all of the Albuquerque community alongside Dr. Martinez. She is married and enjoys spending time with family and her 2 year old Boston Terrier.  She also enjoys running, movies and good coffee.