Ben Taub Hospital is the primary hospital for the Harris Health System, which serves the 4.8 million residents of Harris county, the largest county in Texas. Ben Taub, staffed by the faculty and residents of Baylor College of Medicine, is a level I trauma center that cares for more than 80,000 emergency patients each year. The ophthalmology service, which moved to a brand new, 15-lane eye clinic in July 2017, sees over 2000 patients and performs over 100 eye surgeries, 200 lasers, and 300 intravitreal injections per month. The clinic serves as a tertiary referral center for the community clinics of the Harris Health System and treats a highly diverse patient population with a broad range of ophthalmic pathology. Our residents spend one third of their time working at BTGH and it accounts for approximately 30 percent of their surgical experience.