Building better

  • A new neuroscience centre at the intersection of health, research and education

    As part of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1 redevelopment, Randwick will be home to a new Neuroscience Comprehensive Care and Research Centre. We recently sat down with Neurology experts from our Randwick campus to learn how the new space will lead to improved patient outcomes.
  • Randwick redevelopment on show

    Channel Nine gave us a first look inside the new Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and Australia’s first Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre.
  • Improving the hospital experience for patients with intellectual disabilities

    For a child, coming to the hospital can be a daunting process but for children and young people who have an intellectual disability, it can be even more an even more challenging experience. Across SCHN, almost 14% of admissions are for children and young people with intellectual disabilities. 

  • Sustainability initiative saves enough energy to fly to Singapore 138 times

    An initiative aimed at reducing the energy consumption of fridges and freezers in laboratories has seen the Pathology Department at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead save more than 60,000 KWh per year – the equivalent of flying to Singapore 138 times.
  • Improved Triaging = Improved Outcomes

    When a patient presents to the Emergency Department, they are triaged so that the most severe and time-sensitive cases are treated first.

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