Banks and ATMs
There is an ATM in the Kermode Street foyer. It accepts most cards, but does not accept deposits. Bank branches and ATMs are on nearby O'Connell Street
Before Your Baby is Born
Research has shown that good antenatal (pregnancy) care significantly improves the chances of women giving birth to a healthy baby.
The Biomedical Engineering (BME) Department is responsible for the management of the broad range of equipment used by WCHN clinicians in their delivery of care, diagnosis and treatment.
Birth Defects Register
The South Australian Birth Defects Register (SABDR) collects information on all children born in South Australia who have a significant birth defect detected in the first five years of life.
Blood Disorders and Cancer
This Department of Clinical Haematology/Oncology cares for children who require investigation and treatment of haematological disorders, cancer including brain tumours, and diseases requiring bone marrow transplantation.
Bone and Joint Surgery
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery provides services for children's bone and joint conditions, including congenital or acquired musculoskeletal problems or trauma, such as musculoskeletal deformities, fractures, hip dysplasia, club feet and scoliosis.
Brain, Spine and Nerve Surgery
The Neurosurgery Department is the major provider of neurosurgery services to children 0-17 years of age within South Australia, NT, western NSW and wester Victoria.
At the WCH we offer free breastfeeding support to mothers who have birthed or are planning to birth with us. We are a key centre for the promotion of breastfeeding in South Australia, and we are accredited under the Baby Friendly Health Initiative (BFHI).
We know that great communication is vital in providing great healthcare - and how frustrating it can be when it’s not so.