John L. Otto, O.D.

Dr. Otto graduated from Washington State University and received his Doctorate in Optometry from Pacific University. He has been in private practice for over 20 years and is a member of the American Optometric Association, Washington Association of Optometric Physicians.

Andrea Clements, O.D.

Dr. Andrea Clements earned her Doctorate of Optometry from Indiana University in 2008. In addition to practicing optometry in the greater Seattle area, Dr. Clements has served as an optometric physician in the United States Army Reserve and National Guard for the last five of her eleven years as an officer. She is the President of the King County Optometric Association and a member of the Washington State Optometric Association, the American Optometric Association and the AOA Contact Lens and Sports Section.

Dr. Clements is passionate about comprehensive care and patient education and comprehension. In addition to exceptional personal care for her patients, she strives to educate each patient on the importance of new innovations in contact lens technology, and nutritional and lifestyle changes for improved ocular health. Seeing Dr. Clements is more than just a prescription for glasses or contacts; she truly offers complete eye care.

Dr. Clements is a native to the Pacific Northwest and loves the local outdoors culture. When she is not in the office, Dr. Clements is an avid runner who competes in marathons, a dedicated student of the culinary arts, and a paddle boarder who loves to be out on the water in Lake Washington.

Mark Hamilton, O.D.

A graduate of Indiana University School of Optometry, Dr. Hamilton launched and grew a solo practice in his native Wisconsin for 15 years before relocating to the Seattle, Wash., area. His concepts of patient care have been developed over 35 years of private and independent contract practice.

Dr. Hamilton is known for finding creative solutions to patients’ eye care needs. He specializes in fitting silicone hydrogel contact lenses, and his high success rate makes him a much-sought resource to fellow optometric physicians for consults and lectures.

Dr. Hamilton lives with his wife in Bellevue and Port Orchard, Wash., and has three sons and two stepsons. In his spare time he is actively involved in organizing charitable functions for Wonderland Developmental Center, a non-profit that treats autistic and developmentally disabled children. An avid golfer and bowler, his quest to achieve a single-digit handicap in both sports continues.