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Dr. Patrick Clements, O.D.


In September, 1987, Dr. Patrick Clements joined the practice. Pat was born in Iserlohn, West Germany, in 1963 when his father, a Canadian military man, was stationed there. His family returned to Canada in 1965 and he attended elementary and high schools in Oromocto graduating in 1981. He was active in student government, sports, and acted as a disc jockey. Pat spent two years in the Science program at U.N.B. after which he was accepted at the School of Optometry at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Clements graduated in 1987. Pat became the fourth partner in 1989 when Dr. Roach retired. Pat and spouse Nancy have a son, Noah along with two other children, Daniel and Sara. Dr. Clements' community involvement revolves around his church in New Maryland. He enjoys badminton and woodworking. He has served as a councillor in the N.B.A.O. from 1996-7.

As of 5pm Tuesday March 17, we have decided to close our office until at least April 6 and limit our operations to Ocular Emergencies only.  As a part of the medical community, we feel it is important to do our part to help decrease the burden on our ER’s and Hospitals at this time, which is why we will remain available for those emergencies. For more details on this closure, please head to the homepage of this website.

-The Spectrum Eyecare & Eyewear Team