• 3 D design and printing helps kids

    A new 3D lab that enables engineering and prototyping orthopaedic implants for children, using 3D design and printing, was opened by Jillian Skinner, Minister for Health. Prof David Little, world renowned orthopaedic surgeon, researcher and educator, has developed solutions for many of his young patients, translating his research into clinical practice. Six devices are in varying stages of development for commercialisation
  • Community urged to support HIV positive children

    This World Aids Day - 1 December - experts at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick (SCH) are calling on health professionals, governments and the community to continue advocating for children at risk of and living with HIV, to create a world free of HIV which is safe for all children.

  • Lights for Kids

    Take part in the Lights for Kids fundraising campaign and help brighten the lives of sick kids cared for by Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

  • Women in NSW 2015 Report

    Women in NSW 2015 provides findings on a range of social and economic outcomes for women across health and wellbeing, education and learning, work and financial security, leadership and representation; and safety and justice. It is the only report of its kind for women in Australia.

  • State-of-the-Art Cardiac Catheter Interventional Suite unveiled

    This week The Children's Hospital at Westmead officially opened a new Cardiac Catheter Inventional Suite.