Ophthalmology expands to the South Shore
New location and additional staff
Last month, Children's Hospital Boston's Department
of Ophthalmology expanded to the South
Shore in Weymouth when Richard
Robb, MD, ophthalmologist-in-chief emeritus, began
accepting patient appointments and referrals. He is an expert
in strabismus, tearing (nasolacrimal problems), ptosis, congenital
glaucoma and diagnostic eye pathology.
And in August, newly appointed faculty member Carolyn
Wu, MD, will start accepting patients at both the Weymouth
location and at Children's main campus in Boston. Dr. Wu just
completed a fellowship in Children's Ophthalmology Department
and brings a broad range of expertise in pediatric ophthalmology
and adult strabismus.
"We welcome the opportunity to offer this improved level of access
to the families and referring physicians on the South Shore,"
Hunter, MD, PhD, ophthalmologist-in-chief. "Dr. Robb
is one of the leading pediatric ophthalmologists in the United
States and Dr. Wu is one of the best doctors we've trained in