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  • Network specialist recognised for pivotal work in cancer survivorship

    For more than two decades, Prof Richard Cohn has treated children and their families at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. This month, the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) awarded Prof Cohn the prestigious Ashleigh Moore Award at the annual COSA Survivorship Group conference in Sydney.

  • Funding boost for Network

    The NSW and Federal Government announced a $608 million commitment to fund a new Emergency Department, short stay unit and a Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre for Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick.

  • Fingerprint technology means safer medication dispensing

    The traditional lock and key are now a thing of the past, with Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network today launching the first automated dispensing cabinet for medication.

  • NSW students create artwork for sick kids

    Students across New South Wales (NSW) have had the privilege of exhibiting their artworks next to some of the greatest artists in the world at the prestigious Art Gallery of New South Wales. The exhibition officially opened on 20 March as part of Operation Art 2019.

  • 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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