Whilst the library is closed, due to Covid-19, library staff are working from home and providing services remotely. Please send all queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full library services are available to all staff employed by UCL and Moorfields Eye Hospital. Reference access is available to NHS London staff. Members of the public who wish to come and view Moorfields Museum may do so between the hours of 09.00 - 17.00 Mon - Fri. Anyone who wishes to consult the historical and archive material should make an appointment with the Librarian, Debbie Heatlie, to arrange a visit.
Collection of material of national importance on
visual science and opththalmology
The Joint Library of Ophthalmology houses Moorfields Museum, with displays of historical instruments. There is also an historical collection of works on ophthalmology and visual science, an extensive collection of reprints, original paintings and drawings of diseases of the eye dating from the early 19th to the late 20th century and photographs showing before and after images of squint operations and Mules cases (enucleation of the eye) dating from the late 1880s.The Joint Library of Ophthalmology is a national resource for Ophthalmology and Visual Science. It has a collection of over 7,000 books, subscribes to 53 print journals and provides access to the collection of e-journals provided by UCL Library Services numbering several thousand.,
87-3751 (British Library)
By one flight of stairs or lift.
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