In the media

  • Major funding boost for phage therapy

    Patients with difficult-to-treat bacterial infections across NSW will soon have better access to limb and life-saving therapy known as phage therapy, thanks to a $3.5 million funding boost announced by the NSW Government.
  • Reshaping little Morgan's future

    For children with craniosynostosis, early intervention is vital. Toddler Morgan is a testament to this, with life-changing results thanks for the incredible work of his Westmead team.
  • Summer’s story captured in ‘My Amazing Life’

    A biography program at Sydney Children's Hospitals Network is helping patients and families in palliative care capture their story.
  • Collaborative care for Judah

    For much of Judah’s first year of life, all he’s known is the walls of a hospital far from home, but thanks to a unique outreach training program he is now one step, and 500 kilometres, closer to home.
  • Australia's first purpose-built biocontainment centre

    It’s the definition of preparing for the worst and hoping for the best – Australia's very first biocontainment centre, designed to safely contain and treat patients with the most infectious and dangerous diseases.