Our patients

  • Transforming health for a more equitable future

    In the last year, SCHN has taken a number of positive steps towards improving health for Aboriginal children and their families, implementing several new programs and introducing new positions that focus on addressing Aboriginal health disparities and ensure safe, reliable and equitable healthcare for all.
  • Abbie-Rose's journey comes full circle through art

    Almost a decade after being admitted to CHW, Abbie-Rose has been selected as one of 50 finalists for the Operation Art Touring Exhibition, with her artwork set to adorn the walls of the Hospital to help lift the spirits of other kids like her during their stay.
  • Baby Archie's journey home for Christmas

    Last Christmas, Sarah and James’ world turned upside down after their baby boy was rushed into the world at just 26 weeks gestation. This year, they are celebrating their Christmas miracle.
  • Party Day brings smiles to sick kids

    Being in hospital felt more like being in a children’s wonderland for patients and families as The Children’s Hospital at Westmead transformed for its annual Party Day.
  • Graduation a major milestone for 11 adolescent patients

    Families and staff of Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, came together via a virtual Patient Graduation Ceremony on Friday, December 3, to celebrate the transition of 11 long-term patients from paediatric to adult health care services.

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