In this section
The Royal Children’s Hospital is a great children’s hospital leading the way. As one of Australia’s biggest and busiest paediatric hospitals we provide specialist care to the sickest and most vulnerable children.
With a passionate and highly skilled team of almost 6,000 staff, we have developed a reputation for delivering outstanding clinical care, research and education that benefit children across the world.
Through RCH Global, we offer specialist care to international patients, giving children and adolescents from all over the world the chance at a healthy life. And we are a hospital-of-choice for International Medical Graduates advancing their careers.
And with our campus partners, the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the University of Melbourne Department of Paediatrics, the impact of our research and education contributes to the wellbeing of children world-wide.
A Happy New Year to all our global alumni as we celebrate several important milestones and look ahead to our exciting future.
Dr Nuala Quinn came to the RCH from County Tyrone, Ireland. She's heading back soon, and reflects on her time in the emergency department here - and the power of kindness.
Royal Children’s Hospital nurses are taking on the app world with a guide to managing children in emergency departments.
The RCH performed its first paediatric heart transplant in 1988. We recently welcomed special guests to the hospital to mark 175 heart transplants over 30 years.
The Royal Children’s Hospital, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the University of Melbourne have joined forces to help improve the health of children and adolescents in low-resource countries.
RCH trauma experts are sharing their knowledge of road trauma medicine to improve care for road injury victims in Tamil Nadu, India.
The RCH was proud to showcase its excellence in patient care at the 2018 Victorian Public Healthcare Awards, with wins in two major categories.
The separation of Bhutanese conjoined twins at the RCH has been a stunning success. The twins will wait for further medical checks to determine when they are ready to go home.
As a valued member of the RCH team, you are invited to the 2018 Vernon Collins Oration. 'Responding to contemporary challenges in Indigenous child and adolescent health' will be delivered by Professor Sandra Eades this Wednesday, October 3.