News

  • Kids Emergency at Westmead opens its doors

    After 25 years of service and caring for more than a million patients, today the Emergency Department at Westmead starts a new chapter. Mishkat, Valli and Rayyaan were the first patients treated in our new spaces and told us all about their experience.
  • Celebrating our women who #ChooseToChallenge

    Our Network is full of incredible and influential women striving to do bigger and better things for patients and their families. This International Women's Day, we spoke to five women who are choosing to challenge not just in their professional careers but in the area of research.

  • Rare diseases - not as rare as you think

    Don’t be fooled by the word ‘rare’ in Rare Disease. Collectively, rare diseases are very common, with rare genetic disorders affecting 180,000 children in NSW. In developed countries, rare diseases account for 6 out of 10 childhood deaths.
  • SCH team helps Tongan babies with club foot

    Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network staff are dedicated to helping every child live their healthiest life. This is true not just of the patients in our hospitals like baby Sahib (pictured), but of children across Australia and beyond.

  • New 'Hub' boosts care for intellectual disability and mental health patients

    Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women, the Hon. Bronnie Taylor, has announced the official launch of the SCHN Mental Health Intellectual Disability (MHID) Hub, one of two state-wide intellectual disability mental health services to enhance access to, and quality of, mental health care for people living with intellectual disability.

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