In the media

  • Queen’s Birthday honours for staff at Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN) is made up of people who are passionate and dedicated to making a difference to the lives of sick children and their families. This year's Queen's Birthday Honour List recognises four of those people for their outstanding contribution to the community and paediatric health.

  • Music from the heart

    Memories are an important part of living and we all spend time capturing memorable moments to cherish and reflect on. When a child receives a life shortening diagnosis, the concept of memory making takes on an even greater significance.
  • Virtual surgery remodelling craniofacial operations

    Surgeons at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, are pushing the technological boundary of craniofacial surgery by preparing for the long and invasive cranial vault remodel procedure virtually, ensuring the best possible outcome for young patients, like Flex who was born with a rare form of cran

  • NSW first CAR T-cell therapy gives hope for Aussie kids with Leukaemia

    Oncologists at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick (SCH) have delivered the state’s first CAR T-cell infusion to 11-year-old Kamm Deininger, who is currently cancer-free following two relapses and a three year battle with a rare and devastating form of Leukaemia.

  • Using EMR data in the fight against COVID-19

    Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN) is arming its clinicians and workforce managers with a real-time dashboard which shows at a glance how many COVID-19-positive children are inpatients at its two hospitals, and in which wards, and where any affected outpatients reside.

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