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.
Congratulations to the Gatehouse Centre for winning the Minister’s Awards for Innovation in Protecting Children category for the 2018 Victorian Protecting Children Awards on Monday night. Gatehouse was nominated on three recently introduced programs: Animal assisted therapy, the Child Family Trauma System Intervention – a therapy for trauma exposure – and Our Space, a resource … Continued
Health care professionals from across Australia, as well as China, India, Ireland, Saudi Arabia and the United States joined us for the latest RCH Victorian Trauma Grand Round.
After waiting half her life for the donor kidney she has needed since birth, Aubree Shepperbottom is alive, free and healthy.
Congratulations to the Gatehouse Centre for being named a finalist in the Minister’s Awards for Innovation in Protecting Children category for the 2018 Victorian Protecting Children Awards.
Visitors to the hospital will notice some changes to access due to work getting underway on the RCH aquarium.