The Bournemouth Eye Unit located in Bournemouth forms part of the Wessex deanery ophthalmology rotation. The hospital has the following special clinics: glaucoma, diabetic, retinopathy, corneal, neuro-ophthalmology, botulinum toxin, ocular motility, oculoplastics, paediatrics, strabismus, vitreo-retinal and medical retina. Sub-specialty training includes oculoplastics, ocular motility, anterior segment, corneal, diabetic retinopathy, neuro-ophthalmology, botulinum toxin, glaucoma, paediatric ophthalmology, strabismus, vitreo-retinal, medical ophthalmology, uveitis and medical retina. Postgraduate teaching consists of weekly half-day sessions, three sessions per month at Southampton Eye Hospital and regular local consultant teachings. The Bournemouth Eye Unit is typically staffed by 10 consultants.
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