News

  • Kids Can Drown Without a Sound!

    Summer is on the way. With the hot weather comes an increased risk of drowning, the leading cause of death in children under five. Kids can drown without a sound in seconds in just 5cms of water.

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  • Radiothon 2017 raises more than $3.8 million

    The Children’s Hospital at Westmead’s Radiothon appeal was a huge success, raising an incredible $3.8 million this year!

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  • Super siblings united together for annual event

    On Saturday 11 November, the siblings of patients with a disability or chronic health condition united together for a special morning called ‘Super Sibs’ at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.

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  • Radiothon is now live!

    Radiothon 2017 officially kicked off at 6pm, raising vital funds for The Children's Hospital at Westmead, For 24 hours, every donation will be matched until our $2.6m target is reached.

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  • 40 years of achievement

    A pioneering role in adolescent healthcare for 40 years is worth celebrating! Back when The Children's Hospital at Westmead was at Camperdown, Prof David Bennett was key in opening the first hospital based adolescent medical unit in 1977.

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  • Dr Susan Woolfenden Named 2017 Metropolitan NSW Winner of Memorial Award

    On Saturday 4 November, Dr Susan Woolfenden was named the 2017 Metropolitan NSW Winner of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation’s Michelle Beets Memorial Award.

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