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At just 20 weeks pregnant, first-time parents Bea and Paul were faced with the terrifying news that something was not right with their baby’s heart.
Families are putting off important routine childhood immunisations during the COVID-19 pandemic, the latest findings from The RCH National Child Health Poll has found.
The Centre for Community Child Health’s Victorian Infant Hearing Screening Program (VIHSP) has successfully adapted its operations to ensure babies continue to receive the best chance of normal speech and language development despite challenges posted by COVID-19.
Leonardo Htoo Doe was only 16 months old when he went through a life-changing operation.
A new shared electronic medical record (EMR) system is now up and running across The Royal Children’s Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Royal Women’s Hospital and Royal Melbourne.
The RCH’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit has resumed normal services.
Evie’s family will never forget being told their six-year-old daughter would die if she did not have a liver transplant within 48 hours.
The RCH is Victoria’s dedicated paediatric pandemic hospital and our team – like all Victorian hospitals – have prepared ourselves to respond to increased case numbers and outbreaks.
How do you express a smile when half of your face is hidden? It’s a question confronting many Melburnians living in an unfamiliar new masked reality, where the go-to gesture for putting one another at ease suddenly feels so obstructed.