Recent Articles

Help Team Clancy go the distance

Tuesday, 9th Jul 19

Registered Nurse, Jessica Quayle, and her department, Team Clancy, are warming up for City2Surf 2019.

Together, we can cure homesickness

Wednesday, 3rd Jul 19

Curing Homesickness is a new fundraising initiative that brings children’s hospitals from across Australia together for a unified mission - to get kids home from hospital sooner. Because kids don’t belong in hospital, they belong at home.

Meet the Hospitals ‘Hidden Figures’

Thursday, 30th May 19

There are many heroes who work behind the scenes every day to help make The Children's Hospital at Westmead the magical place that it is.

Alejandro's story

Monday, 27th May 19

At 3.51am on the 10 December 2018, Alejandro’s heart stopped for 15 minutes.

$619 million committed to upgrading The ...

Thursday, 7th Mar 19

This morning The NSW Government announced children needing specialist care at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead will benefit from an extra $619 million investment to upgrade the Hospital.

A mother’s intuition

Thursday, 28th Feb 19

For mother Kelly Green, it all started when she noticed her four-year-old son Chase’s stomach was a little bloated.

Finnan’s story

Wednesday, 6th Feb 19

Finnan's aunt, Casey, was born with congenital heart disease. So was Finnan.

Lorelei’s story

Tuesday, 5th Feb 19

Nine-year-old Lorelei and her dad, Peter, have a lot in common.

Miles Story

Monday, 4th Feb 19

Three years ago, the Miles family’s world came crashing down after their son Bryson was diagnosed with brain cancer.

Andrea and Anna's Story

Monday, 4th Feb 19

Senior Cystic Fibrosis Dietitian, Andrea Kench and Senior Respiratory Physiotherapist, Anna Middleton, are two clinicians who work within the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Clinic at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

Elizabeth's story

Monday, 10th Dec 18

When Elizabeth Raad was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis in June 2010, her family’s life was flipped upside down.

Xavier's story

Saturday, 1st Dec 18

“They told us our little boy may go into palliative care.”

Kayden and Ivy's Story

Monday, 1st Oct 18

Best friends forever - Kayden and Ivy met during treatment and developed a beautiful friendship.

DOOLEYS decade of support

Thursday, 13th Sep 18

DOOLEYS are lacing up their shoes to support Team Bandaged Bear at City2Surf again this year.

Eyes on the run

Wednesday, 12th Sep 18

Each year, 10,000 children visit our Eye Clinic for treatment of eye disease.

Arden's story

Tuesday, 11th Sep 18

The prospect of being first-time parents should have been an exciting chapter.

Sam’s story

Thursday, 9th Aug 18

Baby Sam’s doctors feared he wouldn’t survive long.

No longer pie in the sky . . .

Wednesday, 23rd May 18

Thousands of children will benefit from improved health outcomes thanks to the recently launched state-of-the-art Sargents Pies Charitable Foundation Clinical Research Centre.

Humpty Dumpty critical to Matilda's surv...

Thursday, 17th May 18

The name Matilda embodies ‘strength’, ‘might’ and ‘battle’ — a perfect choice for our baby girl.

Beau's story

Wednesday, 21st Feb 18

Six-year-old Beau is a true cowboy. When he grows up he wants to be a professional bull rider.