The Children's Hospital at Westmead (teaching Hospital of The University of Sydney)
The Children's Hospital at Westmead is a leading institution in children's clinical research, focusing on turning today's research into tomorrow's medicine.
The Children's Hospital at Westmead is committed to better health for children and excellence in child health care - healthy children for a healthy future. The Hospital will constantly challenge existing boundaries in paediatrics and child health by leading change and striving for excellence in clinical care, research, teaching and advocacy.
The Hospital cares for over 30,000 patients each year - it is the nearest Hospital for over half of the children in New South Wales.
Research activity involves over 250 staff and attracts over A$10M from external funding each year. The research community performs basic, clinical and population health research. There is a commitment to expanding clinical trials and establishing a clinical trials centre.
The Hospital has recently launched the Westfield Gene and Cell Medicine Facility - the first of its kind in Australia.