In the media

  • Care Track Kids study results

    A landmark national study led by the Australian Institute of Health Innovation at Macquarie University has found children receive care in-line with clinical practice guideline recommendations on average 60 percent of the time.
  • 10th Anniversary of the Apology

    On February 13, 2008, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd addressed Parliament, formally apologising for the government programs which took children from Aboriginal families, the ‘Stolen Generations’.

  • Professor Jennifer Byrne named Top 10 in science

    Professor Jennifer Byrne has today been named in international journal, Nature, as one of the top ten people who made a difference in science for 2017.

  • 2018 Youth Arts Program

    Last Friday budding artists from across the hospital gathered to announce the winners of our annual Youth Arts program

  • And the new paw enforcement recruits are ...

    NSW Police Dog Unit announced the names of their 12 new canine recruits chosen by patients.

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