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Information last updated 17 November 2022
Acknowledgement
The Women's and Children's Hospital is located on the traditional lands for the Kaurna people, and we respect their spiritual relationship with their Country. We also acknowledge that the Kaurna people are the custodians of the Adelaide region, and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of people who have passed away.

News

Sporting hearts2
8 Dec. 2022
Hospital visits from sports stars have been limited for our patients since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, so it has been extra special to welcome both familiar and new faces to the WCH this year as restrictions began to ease.
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Keep babies cool in summer
8 Dec. 2022
Everyone is at risk of heat-related illness during hot weather, but some groups of people – such as babies and young children, pregnant women, the elderly and people who have chronic health conditions – are more at risk than others.
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Baby Lara and Alana in NICU
10 Nov. 2022
After being born prematurely at just 25 weeks and 4 days in 2017 at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital (WCH), Lara and her family had a big journey ahead of them.
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Allied health betty feature
14 Oct. 2022
To celebrate Allied Health Professionals Day we share the story of 11 month old Betty and how her team of Allied Health Professionals from the Women’s and Children’s Health Network helped her start to life.
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HF3 kids cancer home
12 Oct. 2022
Patients of the Women’s and Children’s Health Network have 20,000 reasons to smile thanks to the Kids’ Cancer Project teddy bear program and the generosity of its supporters.
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HF3 chelsea feature
12 Oct. 2022
Play Therapist Chelsea brings a unique skill set and nurturing demeanour to the Michael Rice Centre for Haematology and Oncology – showing us there is so much more than clinical care when it comes to children’s cancer treatment.
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