News and events

Meet the perioperative team at PCH

Happy Perioperative Nurses Week 2021!

Perioperative nurses care for patients before, during and after surgery or an interventional procedure and p... more

Jaime Bowler, Kim Baker and Stephanie Broad

EPIC peanut allergy trial launches at PCH

As waitlists for children with food allergy continue to expand, we are leading Australia by investigating the efficacy, safety and tolerability of adding i... more

Natasha and Luca being filmed by Channel 7

Meet our Pharmacy interns

Medications help to treat and heal of all kinds of health conditions, but we need to make sure we use them safely and store them appropriately, especially aro... more

Jemma and Emily, PCH Pharmacy interns

Hold tight! Works happening in PCH ED

Since PCH opened we have treated nearly 200,000 children and young people in our Emergency Department. During this time we have been reviewing the function... more

PCH surgeon helping produce local Personal Protective Equipment

ENT surgeon Dr Jenn Ha’s interest in biomedical engineering and her understanding of the uniqueness of facial structures has led her to join an inter... more

Headshot of Dr Jennifer Ha

Ronald McDonald Family Room in Fun on Four now open

Today a new Ronald McDonald Family Room will open within Fun on Four to deliver quality play and learning experiences for young patients and siblings, whil... more

Child at wooden toy wall

Breaking new ground for toddler leg fractures

New research published in the Emergency Medicine Journal has... more

Dr Kate Bradman (PCH ED Consultant) holding a CAM Boot, Leo and Jodie Bowles in PCH ED

The Kids Bridge is now open!

The new colourful Perth Kids' (Koolangka) Bridge linking the Perth Children's Hospital to Kings Park, over Winthrop Avenue, is now open.

Premier ... more

The Kids Bridge

Colour Your World and Claymation launch

We present a showcase of some of the fabulous artworks created by patients with the artists Steven Aiton and Maxxi May as part of the more

Minaxi May gallery on Level 4 corridor

New innovative program for chronic pain

PCH has partnered with Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard University to launch The Comfort Ability Program in Western Australia. This internationall... more

Pain team at PCH: (L-R) Anna Hilyard, Julia Kingsley, Megan McKee, Leasa Ashton, Emily McGurk, Emma Woods.
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