Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick supports sick kids so they can live their best lives
Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick forms part of The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network and provides a complex and comprehensive range of services across paediatric and adolescent medicine and surgery, treating children with a multitude of conditions, including cancer, trauma, HIV/AIDS, congenital abnormalities, disabilities, heart disease and respiratory disorders.
Ours is a Hospital for all children. More than 70% of the children cared for come from outside our local area and 50% are from rural and regional NSW. As our population continues to grow, the demand for our Hospital's services will increase.
How the Foundation supports the Hospital
Established in 1986, Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation has contributed more than $100 million over the past 30 years to support sick children and their families at Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick.
The Foundation funds some of the vital clinical care that these children need now, so they have the best possible treatment and Hospital experience. We also invest in research that will change and save more lives in the future. By discovering better ways to diagnose, treat or prevent childhood disease and injuries, we help generations of children to come.