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Please click here for an introduction to the department and how to use this website.

Doctor's Desk

All the updated management guidelines for common ophthalmological cases

Colorful Pamphlets

All the relevant and updated patient information leaflets that are easily printable for your patients.


A list of contact details for advice for specific subspecialties.

School LIbrary

Learning materials related to eye emergency conditions to improve yourself.



Before arranging for a follow up, think of "how, when and where the patients will be best followed up?" 

Patients can be followed up by 5 methods:

  1. Refer to a subspecialty service for review in their clinic.

  2. Primary Care Follow Up Clinic

  3. Modality Clinics if need to be seen after a week. Click here for the criteria.

  4. Back to their local hospital (see patient postcode) - ask reception to fax urgent letter to arrange appointment

  5. Eye ED if need to be seen within 1-3 days (PLEASE ONLY USE THIS AS A LAST OPTION)

Please indicate on Medisoft and advised patient to go to the reception desk to make the relevant appointment as well as ticking on the sheet note for ED review / PCFU / Modality / subspecialist review.



Virtual / Face2Face discussion every week. Click on this video on how to take an anterior segment photo with your phone without any additional equipment. Keep the photos for discussion in the meeting.

Thanks for submitting the case and it will be discuss in the next available meeting!

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The answers on how to work out the common logistic issues in the eye casualty department

Covid 19

Please ensure this SOP is adhered to at all times while working in the Eye ED.



Write to us to let us know of any help you need while working in Eye ED. Any suggestions to improve the department is greatly appreciated as well.

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