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  • Courtyard transformed

    A drab staff courtyard was totally transformed in a day after a staff member won a competition run by SEEK, asking in 25 words or less 'what would your workplace need to make it Super fabulous.'
  • A gift from the heart for cardiac patients

    Hundreds of cardiac patients at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead will benefit from a new Heart Lung Machine.

  • Brand new and really well looked after!

    "Levi is living proof of the power of love, hope and sheer determination." Luanne Thompson.

    Today, the anticipation of teaching his son Levi to ride a Pee Wee 50—when he is much bigger and stronger—is no longer just a whimsical wish, secretly held by a first-time father-to-be.

  • Gift of Life

    Caitlin was just two when, in 1986, she became the first child to have a liver transplant in Australia. Today she is a landscape architect and competes internationally in dragon boat races. The Australian National Liver Transplant Unit, a combined facility for Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, The Children's Hospital at Westmead and The University of Sydney, is celebrating 30 years of excellence in transplant surgery and research.
  • Celebrating 1,000 Cochlear Implant Surgeries

    A major milestone has quietly been celebrated by one of the Network’s talented Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeons.

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