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.
The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) is today sending its deepest condolences to The Royal Family.
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.
We are blown away and humbled to announce that the Good Friday Appeal once again raised an incredible amount of money for The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) with the final tally standing at $17,122,879!
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.
With her princess dress and runners on, her beloved doll bucked into its pram, Grace hits the track for her morning walk.
Traditional health concerns for children have dropped to the bottom of the concern list for parents with modifiable lifestyle factors including poor diet, lack of activity and screen time proving to be what worries parents most. Click here to read more.
Today marks World Social Work Day, an important awareness day for social workers worldwide to stand together and celebrate the achievements of their profession within the community.
Did you know that our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides care for babies from Victoria, interstate and overseas? With up to 851 admissions each year, our NICU provides the best neonatal care for babies with a wide range of complex medical and surgical problems.
To be able to put one foot in front of the other, Henry Bryant is learning to walk all over again.