• 21st birthday marks a lifetime of memories

    On this day 21 years ago, Bear Cottage officially swung open its doors. It became the first children’s hospice in NSW and the first home-away-from-home for families of children with life-limiting illness.
  • Transforming health for a more equitable future

    In the last year, SCHN has taken a number of positive steps towards improving health for Aboriginal children and their families, implementing several new programs and introducing new positions that focus on addressing Aboriginal health disparities and ensure safe, reliable and equitable healthcare for all.
  • Abbie-Rose's journey comes full circle through art

    Almost a decade after being admitted to CHW, Abbie-Rose has been selected as one of 50 finalists for the Operation Art Touring Exhibition, with her artwork set to adorn the walls of the Hospital to help lift the spirits of other kids like her during their stay.
  • Japanese encephalitis: Be alert, not alarmed

    Experts are asking people to be alert not alarmed as Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) starts circulating in the community.

  • Six women inspiring others through their leadership

    Healthcare is a primarily female-dominated industry and SCHN is no different. Of positions within our Network, 79 per cent are held by women, strong and powerful women at that.