Five-year-old Asiyah was transferred to the RCH when she needed treatment for sepsis. Click here to read her story.
When you think of the qualifications of a social worker, you don’t often think of accounting skills—yet that’s exactly where Roxanne Chen started.
It is with great sadness that we advise that Professor George Patton passed away on Wednesday 7 December 2022.
Creating a positive environment for her patients is the number one goal for Anna—our wonderful Acting Nurse Unit Manager of the Day Medical Unit and Overnight Accommodation.
If you’re familiar with Butterfly, you have likely crossed paths with Arnie—one of our passionate, dedicated and admired team members.
This World Children’s Day, we’re sharing the story of Novalie, a young leukaemia patient whose toughness, confronting honesty and leadership in advocating for patients will inspire you.
Little Agnes was born preterm to parents Shannon and Kim. World Prematurity Day raises awareness of preterm birth and the impact it has on families just like theirs.
At the RCH, we are fortunate to have Amanda and Sam looking after all the radiation across the hospital. Click here to find out what this unique role involves!
Meet Kris Pierce, our latest Champion for Children, who uses her voice as co-chair of the RCH Community Advisory Committee to make a difference.
17 October is National Anaesthesia Day. We sat down with Georgie Duignan, an anaesthetic doctor to learn more about her role and the part she plays in helping keep young people safe.