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  • Avatars a game changer for children with Cystic Fibrosis

    Mini gut and lung ‘avatars’ created in the laboratory are set to transform the way experts understand and treat children with Cystic Fibrosis (CF), the most common life limiting genetic disease affecting Australian children.

  • Happy 21st birthday, Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick

    On Friday 12 June 1998, the Prince of Wales Children's Hospital officially became known as Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick. Health minister Dr Andrew Refshauge, who coincidently begun his career as resident doctor at the same site, joined with the then executive director, Prof Les White for this momentous occasion.
  • Winners announced at SCHN Quality Awards

    Surgeons, allied health teams, nurses, administration, specialists and partners in health were recognised last night for raising the bar for children’s healthcare.

  • Network redevelopment marks milestone at Westmead

    One of the Sydney Children's Hospital Network's major redevelopments – the Central Acute Services Building at Westmead – celebrated a special milestone this week with the official "topping out" of the structure.
  • Thank you and farewell, Dr Michael Brydon

    After a long and distinguished career in paediatric care, Dr Michael Brydon OAM, Chief Executive of the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN), has chosen to pursue new opportunities in addressing child healthcare inequities.

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