In the media

  • Don’t let your child be a drowning statistic

    Experts are calling on parents to remain vigilant this summer, after 65% of children under four involved in a near drowning were found to be unsupervised by an adult.

  • Health Translation Hub delivers new future

    The future looks brighter for sick and injured kids, thanks to a $250 million partnership between the Randwick Hospitals Campus and UNSW Sydney.
  • Recent survey: Hard work by staff pays off

    The care that our staff across the Network provide to patients and families continues to excel according to a new survey released today.

  • Staff recognised in prestigious health awards

    Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network has cemented its position as leaders in healthcare, winning a number of highly esteemed awards recently.

  • Newborn screening for SMA commences

    Recently, Health Minister Brad Hazzard announced that babies born in NSW and ACT will be offered bloodspot screening for the genetic disease Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and Primary Immunodeficencies (PID), a group of immune deficiency disorders.

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