Building better

  • Nature and healing nurtured at Aboriginal gathering spaces

    The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN) redevelopment team has been working with Aboriginal patients, families and staff to boost access to culturally safe spaces at the new hospital buildings - to improve health outcomes in the Aboriginal community.

  • Families shape Randwick's future CICU

    The Children’s Intensive Care Unit and Redevelopment teams have been working with families and our architect to ensure the project improves the patient and family experience, enables new models of care and transforms health outcomes for children.
  • Construction underway on new Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick

    The $658 million redevelopment of Sydney Children's Hospital and Australia’s first Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre in Randwick is one step closer for children and families across NSW following the appointment of the main works contractor.
  • Waste-free initiative saves tonnes of landfill

    More than two tonnes of waste will be saved from entering landfill every year with the introduction of a new sustainability initiative at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
  • Reduced wait times the goal of soccer pitch sized perioperative floor

    The Children's Hospital at Westmead (CHW) new perioperative floor almost measures up to a standard soccer pitch. Once fully operational, the sheer size of the service will ultimately slash surgery waiting times, giving twice as many patients access to world-class treatment.

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