Transition to Paediatrics program

Have you always wanted to work in paediatric nursing but are currently working in the adult sector? Now is your chance to switch over and start a new career. The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) is pleased to announce the commencement of a pilot Transition to Paediatrics Program for 20 nurses. Click here to read more!

World Haemophilia Day

To mark World Haemophilia Day, we are highlighting our brave patient Christopher’s journey with haemophilia to give insight into this rare disease.

Stay safe as sport returns this year!

Playing sport is a great way for kids to have fun, make friends and stay healthy. However, it is also one of the most common ways kids get injured. Make sure your kid doesn’t have to watch from the sidelines with our top tips to reduce preventable injuries.

National Dolphin Day!

Today is National Dolphin Day which celebrates the beauty and uniqueness of dolphins, and educates everyone about how they support our marine ecosystem. In the spirit of this day, we are shining a light on the amazing work happening in Dolphin, our medical short stay ward.

World Health Day 2021

In recognition of World Health Day and as part of this week’s #ChampionForChildren profile, we spoke to Aboriginal Case Manager Zarayan Knight, a proud Kamilaroi/Barkindji man, to hear about Wadja’s significant role in delivering the best health outcomes for patients and families at the RCH.

Harry’s happy rebound – Health system kicks into gear to save bub

The blood test results defied what doctors saw in front of them. On paper, Harry Warnock should be critically ill with such a low blood count. But as fast as the rare condition took hold of the then four-month-old’s kidneys, he recovered just as quickly thanks to a life-saving drug and top-class medical system.