We understand this is a worrying time for children and their families, especially those with an existing health condition. Here is some information about coronavirus (COVID-19) and coming to our hospitals.
Updated 4 May 2022
A message from the Chief Executive
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been challenging for all of us, and we understand that it can be an especially anxious time for patients with long-term health conditions and their families. The situation is changing rapidly and there is a lot of information to take in. This page aims to answer some of your questions about coming to our hospitals and the care we are providing for patients.
The health and safety of patients is our absolute priority. In response to COVID-19, we have made some important changes to ensure no one is placed at risk when coming to our facilities. Changes are regularly updated on this web page. You can read my letter to patients and families.
When your child's health can't wait
Don't delay, visit when you need us
- Read more about safety measures at our hospitals.
- Listen to a special message from Chief Paediatrician Dr Matthew O’Meara about why hospitals are safer than ever and why it's important that children receive care without delay.
Translated resources are available on the NSW Health website.