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.

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