Our patients

  • A look inside specialist palliative care for children

    After a child has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, it is easy to feel isolated and alone. But when this happens, our Palliative Care teams are there bringing everything together when it feels like it’s falling apart.

  • A Mother's Love

    Motherhood: unconditional love; affection without any limitations, selflessness beyond bounds. This is Aurora and everything she stands for. She would go to the end of the earth for her son, Sebastian, so when he needed a liver transplant earlier this year, she was first in line – no questions asked.

  • First ECMO transfer a lifesaving success

    Within the first 24 hours of Hayden’s life, his parents were told to prepare for the worst. But with a team of doctors and nurses rallied behind him, Hayden not only survived, but came out the other side thriving.

  • Explaining intensive care through colouring in

    A new colouring book is set to help siblings of critically-ill newborns better understand the intensive care environment.

  • Harry reunited with the team who saved his life

    Harry's parent's, Leah and Sam, first met the NETS team when their baby boy was two-days-old. It was an encounter they never expected but one they will be forever grateful for. Today, 13 months on, they had the chance to reunite with the nurses who saved Harry's life.

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