News

  • Closing the gap

    Aboriginal children with ear or hearing problems on the mid-north coast can now have surgery closer to home thanks to a new program that aims to 'close the gap' for these children. Dr John Curotta, ear, nose and throat surgeon and Head of the Ear Nose and Throat Department of the Children's Hospital at Westmead, travels to Port Macquarie to perform the surgery at Port Macquarie Base Hospital.

  • New Study Warns Against Swaddling

    Findings from a new study on developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) have prompted warnings about the soothing practice of swaddling.

  • Miracles happen behind those doors

    "I want to raise awareness about how wonderful the Grace Centre is and tell everyone what a hidden gem is right here in our own backyard. I hope sharing my story can help." Eleni Gerassis.

  • A gift of sight

    Babies with congenital cataracts have surgery to remove the cataracts and lens soon after birth. They then need aphakic speciacles to develop vision pathways.

  • Happy International Nurses Day

    In celebration of International Nurses Day, patients at The Children's Hospital at Westmead and Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick have taken the opportunity to say a very heartfelt thank you to all of our wonderful nurses through a special video message.

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