As the owner and practicing doctor of the clinic, Dr. Martén’s vision for the clinic is to be the best place to practice medicine, the best place to work, and the best place to receive care.
Dr. Martén wears many hats as the business owner and Doctor of South Texas Eye Institute. South Texas Eye Institute reinvest profits back into the clinic in order provide quality patient care and training for our staff. In addition, Dr. Martén’s genuine care and compassion towards her patients is exceptional.
Dr. Martén instills this care with her staff too by being involved with her staff teachings and discussions. Furthermore, Dr. Martén was selected by Scene San Antonio Magazine since 2008 as one of America’s Top Ophthalmologists with special mention in Cornea & Refractive Surgery as well as 2016 San Antonio Health Care Hero by the Business Journal. Overall, Dr. Martén is very genuine and cares for her patients, staff, and community.
South Texas Eye Institute, owner Dr. Martén, demonstrates Leadership in Ophthalmology
Dr. Martén is a part of numerous medical journal research groups and has contributed research related to the eye. Some of these groups include the following:
Furthermore, Dr. Martén is a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business Bureau. Dr. Martén is also very active on social media and will continue to engage with the online community. Dr. Marten was ranked top 10 Ophthalmologists in the world on Facebook and Twitter. She also partnered with the American Heart Association and Diabetes America to create Public service Announcement and Flash Mob Dance Videos around Heart Health, Diabetes, and how it relates to the eye.
San Antonio Community Eye Care Leader
Dr. Martén is a leader for her community in numerous ways. She volunteers her time to be an on-call emergency eye care doctor for the Rampage hockey players. She also recently went on a mission trip, where she performed 60 cataract procedures in Costa Rica with a team.
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Dr. Martén stands out through her mentorship, accomplishments, and contributing toward projects for her community. She has mentored aspiring eye doctors from universities such as Incarnate Word. Dr. Martén also contributes to the San Antonio community through writing medical articles forMD Monthly San Antonio Magazine and the
Furthermore, she brought attention to Cornea Transplant Awareness during donor awareness month. She did so by providing information about corneal transplants and had one of her patients give a testimony on how cornea transplants changed his life with Univision.
Without a doubt, Dr. Martén is a leader who stands out in the San Antonio community by going out of her way to provide the best patient care possible. Whether that is making nightly phone call follow-ups with patients about how their surgery went to coming to work on a weekend or staying late to accommodate a patient’s emergency eye care needs.
Lastly, Dr. Martén educates Primary Care Doctors in best practices for eye care with the common goal to make sure the patient is in good hands and receives the right diagnosis and treatment plan.