Each year over 200,000 children and young people pass through the doors of hospitals and community health centres throughout Hunter New England, it is your support that assists services in providing the very best care.

Your support will enable the purchase of vial equipment, upgrades to facilities and provide resources to ensure our young patients are treated with the most cutting edge and latest technology in a modern and patient friendly environment.

It is only because of the special members within our community such as you who support our children's hospital, that we are able to deliver world class care to children and young people like six year of Lachlan.

Lachlan was born with a rare congenital condition called Pierre Robin Sequence (PRS) and is a regular visitor to the Children's Hospital. Due to breathing difficulties Lachlan has had multiple surgeries, along with requiring CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) Therapy.

On behalf of the children in our care and their families thank you for making a difference to their lives.



 

John Hunter Children's Hospital

HNEkidshealth is The Children, Young People and Families Directorate of Hunter New England Local Health District which integrates a range of health care services designed to meet their ever-changing health needs of babies, children, young people and their families.

This single network brings together the vast range of hospital and community-based services in the Lake Macquarie, Upper and Lower Hunter, Port Stephens, Lower Mid North Coast and Greater Newcastle regions.

Children's services at hospitals across the region include, John Hunter Children's Hospital, Manning, Maitland, Cessnock, Kurri Kurri, Muswellbrook, Scone and Singleton as well as a wide range of community-based services including mental health.

HNEkidshealth links clinical services for children, young people and their families, with professional disciplines within the geographic regions of the Hunter and New England. HNEkidshealth provides an accessible integrated system of health care throughout the region.

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