Eye care at Olympic park

Moss, Robina
August 2014
Optometry Today;8/1/2014, Vol. 54 Issue 15, p6
The article reports on ophthalmic care services provided by Moorfields Eye Hospital in the former London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Park in Stratford, England and provides an overview of its services offered such as general ophthalmology, children's vision clinics, and diabetic retinopathy.


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