Our patients

  • Peer-support for young people living with chronic illness

    Many young people with a chronic illness have long school absences, miss out on social activities or just don’t feel comfortable talking about their illness to friends for fear of ‘being different’.

  • Sign up for RunWest and help team Lleyton

    For Lleyton Giles, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead has become his second home.
  • What is it like having a child with a rare disease?

    One mum's journey of bringing up a daughter with Rett Syndrome
  • Meet Dr Evie, our new virtual assistant

    “Dr Evie was encouraging, almost empathetic! It was good that someone pre-empted the likelihood that the program may not be followed completely that well and that subsequent visits reinforced previous advice”, said a hospital parent.
  • Art project turns patients into artists

    A group of patients and siblings from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick have had the chance to become artists after taking part in the first Create and Make art project.