News and events


Samantha's story

When Samantha was showing signs of jaundice, lethargy and a distended stomach at 5 days old, her mum Stefania and grandmother knew exactly what was wrong.<... more

Samantha at the swimming pool with a medal

Littlest readers for Little Read-a-thon

The Littlest Readers for Read-a-thon!

Even the smallest of babies benefit from being read to – even when they are in our Neonatal Units ... more

Baby Malakai being read to by dad in the NICU

Max's story

Max is a happy, smiley baby, facing some big challenges ahead. He was born at King Edward Memorial Hospital with a multicystic dysplastic kidney, a sacral ... more

Baby Max with a nasogastric tube, smiling

Ayla's story

In August 2021, just before her 9th birthday, Ayla was playing at a friend’s house and fell out of second story window headfirst onto a brick path be... more

Ayla in her hospital bed

Bowie's story

Beau (or Bowie) was born at King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH) on 7 January at 24 weeks old weighing only 623g. He was born early due to complication in ... more

Baby Bowie 'kangaroo' time

Adalynn's story

At around 9 months old, Adalynn's mum, Caris, noticed that she wasn’t hitting her major milestones and took her to the doctor. She was referred to sp... more

Adalynn

Charlee's story

Charlee started her journey with us back in September 2016, when she was rushed from her home in Kalgoorlie to Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) and was dia... more

Charlee in a patient bed with a PCH nurse, and her mum

PCH Basement Parking Trial

Due to COVID-19 safety measures and visitor screening processes, temporary parking changes were introduced at PCH with the closure of the PCH Basement Carp... more

Amber, Deputy Chair of the CAHS Consumer Advisory Council helps test the new pre-screening and approved basement parking process in preparation for the trial

Digital artwork gets an upgrade

The digital interactive artwork located on Ground Level at PCH recently received an upgrade with new technology and interactive scenes.

Created by V... more

Digital inter/active artwork - The Mermaid and the Diver

New Rare Care Centre will coordinate rare disease care at Perth Children’s Hospital

Western Australia is taking a global leading role in establishing a Rare Care Centre that will provide a holistic model of care for children with rare and und... more

Rare Care Centre: Carrick Robinson (PCHF), Andrew Bannister, Dr Gareth Baynum, Sue Baker, Dr Aresh Anwar (CAHS CE)
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