In the media

  • 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.

  • A custom-designed doll helps cleft lip and palate patients

    A doll being used to help cleft lip and palate patients at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick has attracted worldwide attention as a valuable teaching tool.
  • The Penicillin Papers unearthed

    Both our Hospitals have long legacies built on the goodwill of benefactors, the hard work of nurses, doctors and academic staff, and the best practice medicine of the day.

  • Poisoning is more common than you think

    Roughly one in four children will be exposed to something which requires a call to the Poisons Information Centre before they turn five.
  • Teenagers given the green light to ride on footpaths

    A change in road rules by the NSW Government means teenagers are now legally able to ride bicycles on footpaths.

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