One of Plymouth's oldest institutions is about to up sticks and move. The city's 112 year old Royal Eye Infirmary, is moving from its old building in the city centre to a new purpose built suite at Derriford Hospital.
Five million pounds has been spent on the new development, which has been planned for decades.
Plymouth is to become a major trauma centre, specialising in treating people with life-threatening injuries.
It'll be part of a national network of hospitals, which will have to meet an agreed standard of trauma care. It's estimated this model could save an extra six hundred lives a year.