For families

  • Sue Trapani bids farewell after nearly 40 years

    She was the first Clinical Nurse Consultant to work in the ear, nose and throat (ENT) department when she first began her career at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children almost 40 years ago.

  • There’s more to say after R U OK?

    Asking someone “R U OK?” is the first step in checking in on a friend, co-worker or loved one. Learning how to progress the conversation if they say “No” is an essential – and possibly life-changing – next step.

  • Child Protection - Putting Children First

    All children need to feel safe and loved. They need to be nurtured and cared for and have relationships that they can trust. Sadly though, this doesn’t always happen but our Child Protection Units are here to let them know that there is always someone on their side.

  • Children's COVID-19 testing in Western Sydney

    If you live in Western Sydney, there are lots of places you can take your child to be tested for COVID-19. Twenty locations have been established in the region for families to access with their children. See the locations here.

  • Helping deliver a better experience

    One moment you’re going about your day, the next you’re in the Emergency Department. You’re scared, stressed, worried and you simply don’t know what will come next.

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