Did you know Elise, our NUM from Cockatoo was a table tennis state champion? Keep reading to find out more interesting facts about Elise, like the most rewarding part of her job and the resident funny man she would have dinner with. What makes your ward and the patients you care for unique from other … Continued
Author Archives: staffom
RCH Education Institute Music Teacher Becky Hall has been selected from hundreds of applicants as an official Aria nominee for this year’s ARIA Music Teacher of the Year Award. Click here to read more and to vote for Becky now.
Heart transplant recipients Tom and Aradhya are striding into the future after receiving life-changing second chances.
Meet Angie, our NUM from Cardiology. Angie answered a few questions for us on what makes working in cardiology so unique and what a typical day looks like for her.
Say hello to Laura, our Nurse Unit Manager from theatres! Laura told us how she enjoys empowering others and what she would be doing as a career if she wasn’t a nurse.
We would like to introduce you to Ash from Koala – our ward that provides specialist care for patients with both cardiac and renal conditions. Ash told us how he always strives to make a positive health difference to his patients and what he would take with him if he was stranded on a desert island.
Royal Children’s Hospital nurses have taken the app world by storm with a guide to managing children in emergency departments that shot to the top of the global medical app charts in its first few days.
Say hello to Simone from Butterfly – our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Simone told us about her love for working with children and all she has achieved since starting at the Royal Children’s Hospital 13 years ago.
WATCH out medical world, Harrison Pennicott is ready to smash scleroderma. The six-year-old Warranwood boy entered The Royal Children’s Hospital yesterday to begin a gruelling five months of treatment doctors hope will save his life.
In this week’s instalment of Meet our NUMs, we would like to introduce you to Mel from Kelpie – our adolescent ward. We asked Mel about why she decided to move into adolescent nursing and what she loves the most about her job.