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Meet Our Staff

Our staff is very caring and well trained. All of our staff members attend weekly staff meeting and continuing education throughout the year. Some of the staff members are certified, while others are in process of attending classes to obtaiing certification in areas of technical assistance, contact lenses and eye glasses eye wear design, and fabrication. Our office culture is one of excellence in care and service. We believe and practice doing the right thing to make your experience a good one with long lasting happiness, eye health and good vision.

 

Dr. Peter Mocklis

Dr. Peter Mocklis

Dr. Mocklis received his undergraduate degree from Hobart and William-Smith College in Geneva, NY. During his graduate studies at the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA, he completed externships at the Brighton Marine Hospital in Boston, MA, the Boston VA Hospital, the New England Eye Institute in Boston, MA and Western Massachusetts State Hospital in Westfield, MA. He is a member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Cornea and Contact Lens Section of the AOA, and the New Hampshire Optometric Association.

Dr. Mocklis is devoted to his family, his patients and his staff. When he is not at work, he likes being active outdoors -- kayaking or boating with family, playing pickup basketball with friends or participating in the Seacoast Century bike race (which he's done every year and plans to do so until he is 80). Dr. Mocklis is a native of Greece and was born on an island. He speaks the language fluently and returns to Greece every few years to visit family.

Dr. Mocklis was interviewed by the Portsmouth Herald about the impacts of blue light from digital devices on the eyes.

Dr. Marcy Schultenover

Dr. Marcy Schultenover

A native of Michigan, Dr. Marcy Schultenover attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor for her undergraduate degree. While completing her graduate degree at the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA, she had externships in the Pediatric and Low Vision Specialties Clinic in the New England Eye Institute in Boston, MA, the Newington, CT VA Hospital, and the Dorchester House Community Clinic in Dorchester, MA. She holds current memberships in the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Cornea and Contact Lens Section of the AOA and the New Hampshire Optometric Association.

When shes not in the office, Dr. Schultenover is more than likely playing taxi driver to her two teenage children or watching, cheering or championing their athletic endeavors. Shes health-focused and tries to make exercise and healthy eating a priority, often cooking with her daughter who has an affinity for ethnic dishes. Dr. Schultenover loves to travel and plans family trips that offer a variety of different experiences, cultural exposure and cuisines.

Dr. Patricia Samuel

Dr. Patricia Samuel

A Massachusetts native, Dr. Patricia Samuel received a B.S. in neuroscience psychology at UMASS Amherst. She continued her graduate studies at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, where she received her Doctor of Optometry degree. Her optometric training included externships at Indian Health Services in Juneau, Alaska with a focus on primary care, and Kids in Distress Clinic in Fort Lauderdale with a focus on pediatrics. Dr. Samuel is a member of the American Board Association and New Hampshire Optometric Association. Dr. Samuel has done annual vision trips to provide eye care world-wide to those in need, and looks forward to joining Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity New England to continue her volunteer work. Previous trips have taken her to China, Mexico and Paraguay where she joined a team of doctors and opticians to provide eye care and glasses to children and adults in need.

Dr. Samuel recently moved from Pittsburgh, PA and is excited to be closer to family in New England. In addition to spending time with her family, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, and has recently taken up tennis. She also loves to try new restaurants, so be sure to let her know what your favorites are at your next exam.

Dr. Nadiya Oleksiv

Dr. Nadiya Oleksiv

In her hometown of Toronto, Ontario, Dr. Nadiya Oleksiv received a B.S. in Kinesiology from York University. She then moved to the United States to pursue her Doctor of Optometry degree at New England College of Optometry in Boston. Here, her optometric training included a numberof externships at community health centers, private practices and veterans’ hospitals throughout Massachusetts and California, during which she focused on specialty contact lenses, low vision, vision therapy, and ocular diseases. Dr. Oleksiv is a member of the American Optometric Association, New Hampshire Optometric Association and Massachusetts Optometric Association.

Dr. Oleksiv, born in Ukraine, is fluent in both Ukrainian and Russian. When she is not in the office, she is usually on the road exploring new places or visiting friends and family with her husband. She frequently goes hiking and camping, but has long been a dancer at heart; she has performed traditional Ukrainian dance all over the world and loves to salsa whenever she can. When at home, she’s usually cooking up something new in the kitchen!

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