World first breakthrough for haemophilia at RPA

In a world first, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital researchers are among an international team to have developed a gene therapy for the life-threatening blood disorder, haemophilia. More...

Hydrotherapy the ticket to mobility for Kerri

For Kerri Thorne, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital's hydrotherapy pool has been a ticket to mobility. More...

Pitching in for better sleep on the ward

Mental health inpatients could soon be wearing these futuristic glasses to improve their sleep patterns and reduce their need for sedative medications. More...

Helping train the surgeons of the world

Providing world-class health care goes beyond our borders. It includes training clinicians around the globe to provide the very best health care to as many people as possible. More...

NSW Health Care Interpreter Service celebrates 40 years

The ground-breaking achievements and contributions of the state’s health care interpreters over the past 40 years was celebrated at a special event at NSW Parliament House. More...

Canterbury cameras are saving babies like Rableen

A life-changing development in paediatric care was launched today at Canterbury Hospital and has already improved the diagnosis and treatment of many critically ill children at the hospital and around NSW. More...