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NSW Health Award Finalists - Please VOTE.

Oct 30 2018
Cherishing Children with Heart Disease Please help support the SCHN Cardiac Service by voting for us in the NSW Health People's Choice A...

Cardiology transition workshop for adolescents

Sep 18 2018
Not sure about transitioning to the adult health service? Come along to our workshop and hear about living well with congenital heart disease. ...

A lovely letter from a Heart Centre family

Aug 24 2017
The family of one of our patients has written a beautiful letter of appreciation. It shows how many people and various roles work together to ma...

Grace Centre for Newborn Care

While it is not part of the Heart Centre for Children as such, some of our patients spend some time in the Grace Centre for Intensive Newborn Care (GCNC) at the Children's Hospital at Westmead (CHW).  This department incorporates a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), High Dependency Unit, Department of Neonatology, Research Unit and a Developmental follow-up clinic. The GCNC provides a family centred model of care with a focus on supporting families whose infants require intensive care.  Infants are admitted for surgery for congenital or acquired acute conditions (45%), congenital heart conditions requiring surgery (35%) and with complex medical issues (20%). The GCNC has a dedicated research unit with research focussed on all aspects of the care of the high risk infants, from prenatal to long term follow-up.

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