Our patients

  • Fixing Ruby’s heart

    Ruby is the bright, bubbly toddler she is today thanks to the teams across the Heart Centre for Children who helped fix her heart.

  • Families the focus of critical care changes at CHW

    The new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) will support families like Matilda's to have more autonomy in their baby's care. The unit will feature single-patient bedrooms fitted with a carer zone, including an overnight bed and feeding chair.
  • Comradery and the changed lives of carers

    There are more than 2.65 million people carers in Australia, each with unique circumstances and stories of their own. Heather, Jaime and Jakob are three of these people - all caring a child with complex needs.
  • CPU helps give Angie her voice back

    The Child Protection Unit supported Angie and her mum in healing from abusive trauma.
  • Australian-first trial gives new hope for brain cancer

    An Australian-first clinical trial giving hope to children diagnosed with a terrible brain tumour, Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), has opened at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead (CHW).