Plymouth's Royal Eye Infirmary moving sites after 112 years

One of Plymouth's oldest institutions is about to relocate, ending more than a century of history. The city's 112 year-old Royal Eye Infirmary is moving from the city centre to a new purpose-built suite with operating theatres and consulting rooms at Derriford Hospital.

Five million pounds has been spent on the development, which has been planned for decades.

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Eye hospital to move

One of Plymouth's oldest institutions is about to move. The city's 112 year old Royal Eye Infirmary, is going from its old building in the city centre to a new purpose built suite at Derriford Hospital.