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  • A look inside specialist palliative care for children

    After a child has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, it is easy to feel isolated and alone. But when this happens, our Palliative Care teams are there bringing everything together when it feels like it’s falling apart.

  • All that Glitters is Gold Appeal at Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation's annual Gold Appeal kicked off on Wednesday, 1 May at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, with hospital staff, patients and their families coming together to celebrate Gold Day.

  • Tailoring the Patient Experience

    A patient's experience is based on a series of moments. It starts with the moment they walk through our doors and continues to the moment they first interact with a staff member, to the moment they receive their medical care, right through to the moment they take some time to themselves. Regardless of how big or small, each of these moments matter and it is our job to make sure that these experiences are the very best they can be.

  • First ECMO transfer a lifesaving success

    Within the first 24 hours of Hayden’s life, his parents were told to prepare for the worst. But with a team of doctors and nurses rallied behind him, Hayden not only survived, but came out the other side thriving.

  • Network specialist recognised for pivotal work in cancer survivorship

    For more than two decades, Prof Richard Cohn has treated children and their families at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. This month, the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) awarded Prof Cohn the prestigious Ashleigh Moore Award at the annual COSA Survivorship Group conference in Sydney.

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