Our patients

  • New phage therapy to treat aggressive bone infection

    In an Australian first, clinical teams across The Children’s Hospital at Westmead have successfully treated a seven-year-old girl using an intravenous bacteriophage therapy for a longstanding bone and joint infection.
  • Elouise had a little lamb

    Undergoing multiple injections can be confronting for any person let alone a five-year-old but this is a reality for Elouise.

  • Caring for children with COVID-19

    Caring for children takes a special kind of person, and here at Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN), we have more than 8,000 staff working around the clock to keep our kids safe.

    The impact of COVID-19 is being felt by all of us. Including our children.

  • SCHN's Paralympic Stars

    Competing on the world stage is a feat most can only dream of, but for some patients cared from across our Network, it has become a reality.

  • This is your Wake Up Call

    ‘Just listen!’ - A powerful and unanimous message echoed by eight talented young people from Network’s Chronic Illness Peer Support program (ChIPS), and soon to be s

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