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Category:  General Hospitals
Address:  PO Box 532, Willoughby, NSW, 2068
Subcontinent and Continent:  Australia and New Zealand , Oceanic
Country:  Australia
Phone  61-(02) 9412 4499
Website:  http://www.rch.org.au/
City:  Sydney
State:  New South Wales
Email:  edf@edf.org.au
Latitude:  -33.80724
Longitude:  151.19935
Zip Code:  2068
Contact Address:  Willoughby, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Latitude in Degree, Minute, Second [Direction]:  33° 48' 26" S
Longitude in Degree, Minute, Second [Direction]:  151° 11' 57" E
UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) projection is: Northing: 6257759, Easting: 333328, Zone: 56H
GPS (Global Positioning System) is: Northing: -3742240, Easting: 333328, Zone: 56H
Local TM (Transverse Mercator) projection centered at longitude: 153
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The Royal Children's Hospital : The Royal Children's Hospital The Royal Children\'s Hospital Melbourne Home About News Careers Shop Contact My RCH Portal A great children\'s hospital, leading the way Health Professionals Patients and Families Departments and Services Research  Health Professionals  Departments and Services  Patients and Families  Research Home About News Careers Support us Contact Search Support children like Akeira\n\nAkeira was diagnosed with a rare congenital condition shortly after birth, and as a result has hearing loss in both ears, facial abnormalities, issues with her speech and only one kidney. With a beaming smile, Akeira doesn’t let her condition hold her back. \n\n Click here to support children like Akeira. Long wait for new heart\n\nThe heart is the linchpin of life, but slowly and quietly in the first weeks after Ellie Martin was born, hers began to come undone. This is the story of her 400-day wait for a second chance at life.

Don’t worry, it has a happy ending.\n\n Click here to read the full Herald Sun story Caring for international patients\n\nThe RCH offers specialist care to international patients that can give children and adolescents the chance at a healthy life.\n\n Click here to read about our International Patient Program. Travel a long way to get to the RCH?\n\nThe RCH offers telehealth video-consultation for families from rural and regional Victoria or interstate. Usually, this is for known patients for follow-up appointments.

This can be in your home or with your local doctor.\n\n Click here to find out more. My RCH Portal: Your record at your fingertips\n\nSign up now to connect with information in your RCH medical record, when and where it suits you.\n\n Click here to learn more or sign up Kids Health Info\n\nKids Health Info is dedicated to providing quality, up-to-date paediatric health information that you can depend on. Over 300 factsheets on topics that are important to you and your child, it’s free and available 24-hours a day, when and where you need it.

\n\n Click here to access the Kids Health Info fact sheets Preventing colds: knowing what works\n\nThe latest RCH National Child Health Poll found 13% of parents give their child antibiotics to prevent a cold and only 24% of parents know that a preschool aged child has at least 6 colds a year.\n\n Click here for more findings, as well as tips and advice for parents ‹ › Support children like Akeira\n\nAkeira was diagnosed with a rare congenital condition shortly after birth, and as a result has hearing loss in both ears, facial abnormalities, issues with her speech and only one kidney. With a beaming smile, Akeira doesn’t let her condition hold her back. \n\n Click here to support children like Akeira. Long wait for new heart\n\nThe heart is the linchpin of life, but slowly and quietly in the first weeks after Ellie Martin was born, hers began to come undone.

This is the story of her 400-day wait for a second chance at life. Don’t worry, it has a happy ending.\n\n Click here to read the full Herald Sun story Caring for international patients\n\nThe RCH offers specialist care to international patients that can give children and adolescents the chance at a healthy life.\n\n Click here to read about our International Patient Program. Travel a long way to get to the RCH?\n\nThe RCH offers telehealth video-consultation for families from rural and regional Victoria or interstate.

Usually, this is for known patients for follow-up appointments. This can be in your home or with your local doctor.\n\n Click here to find out more. My RCH Portal: Your record at your fingertips\n\nSign up now to connect with information in your RCH medical record, when and where it suits you.\n\n Click here to learn more or sign up Kids Health Info\n\nKids Health Info is dedicated to providing quality, up-to-date paediatric health information that you can depend on.

Over 300 factsheets on topics that are important to you and your child, it’s free and available 24-hours a day, when and where you need it.\n\n Click here to access the Kids Health Info fact sheets Preventing colds: knowing what works\n\nThe latest RCH National Child Health Poll found 13% of parents give their child antibiotics to prevent a cold and only 24% of parents know that a preschool aged child has at least 6 colds a year.\n\n Click here for more findings, as well as tips and advice for parents ‹ › Your guide to the RCH Kids health information Clinical practice guidelines My RCH \r\nPortal Your guide to the RCH Children’s health information Clinical practice guidelines My RCH Portal Emergency Department status View the Emergency Department status page for a real time guide to how busy we are. Emergency Department status\n\nView the Emergency Department status page for a real time guide to how busy we are. About The Royal Children\'s Hospital\n\nWe are the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria and our care extends to children from Tasmania, southern New South Wales and other states around Australia and overseas.

RCH News New wonder drug treatment to help little Kiah lead a regular life \r\n A priceless shot at a normal life has given Kiah Gracie the chance to dance with joy. Little Dougie amazes his doctors after vital surgeries to help him eat normally \r\n Born with a rare condition where his mouth was not connected to his stomach, little Dougie Christie faced a childhood filled with complications but after a hugely successful Royal Children’s Hospital surgery, the 15-month-old is fully enjoying life. Long wait for new heart \r\n The heart is the linchpin of life, but slowly and quietly in the first weeks after Ellie Martin was born, hers began to come undone. This is the story of her 400-day wait for a second chance at life. Don’t worry, it has a happy ending.

Surgeons remodel skulls of boys born with rare disorder \r\n As soon as Sarah Hocking saw her third son born, she knew his first year of life was going to take a slight deviation. Paving the way \r\n We’re so proud of Assoc. Prof Michelle Telfer, Director Gender Service at the RCH, for having her personal story published in the latest edition of The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health. Brave Sam’s long road back after the accident that left him quadriplegic \r\n It took all the concentration he could muster, but the first words Sam Farnsworth chose to “type” with his eyes since being left a quadriplegic in a car accident, was; “I love you Mum”. 2019 Good Friday Appeal raises an incredible $18,175,467! \r\n It’s been another record-breaking Good Friday Appeal, raising an outstanding $18,175,467 for The Royal Children’s Hospital! Kit keeps fighting the good fight \r\n All eyes are on baby Kit McClymont, as his parents pour all their strength into his recovery as they rewrite their story of heartbreak.

Parents Sammy and Nathan lost Kit\'s twin brother Noah after his first week of life. 11th National Bioethics Conference now calling for abstracts \r\n This year the 11th National Bioethics Conference will explore these challenges and the impact they have on healthcare – under the title ‘Respecting different perspectives’.We are now inviting submissions of abstracts for oral presentations - standard papers or de-identified case studies. Double trouble \r\n Siblings Harriet and Franklin have both been patients at the RCH after experiencing very different emergencies. Nine month old Harriet gave her parents a scare this month after she suffered from a 90-minute long seizure while older brother, Franklin went into heart failure only weeks after birth.

‹ › RCH News \r\n New wonder drug treatment to help little Kiah lead a regular life \r\n A priceless shot at a normal life has given Kiah Gracie the chance to dance with joy. \r\n Little Dougie amazes his doctors after vital surgeries to help him eat normally \r\n Born with a rare condition where his mouth was not connected to his stomach, little Dougie Christie faced a childhood filled with complications but after a hugely successful Royal Children’s Hospital surgery, the 15-month-old is fully enjoying life. \r\n Long wait for new heart \r\n The heart is the linchpin of life, but slowly and quietly in the first weeks after Ellie Martin was born, hers began to come undone. This is the story of her 400-day wait for a second chance at life. Don’t worry, it has a happy ending.

\r\n Surgeons remodel skulls of boys born with rare disorder \r\n As soon as Sarah Hocking saw her third son born, she knew his first year of life was going to take a slight deviation. \r\n Paving the way \r\n We’re so proud of Assoc. Prof Michelle Telfer, Director Gender Service at the RCH, for having her personal story published in the latest edition of The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health. \r\n Brave Sam’s long road back after the accident that left him quadriplegic \r\n It took all the concentration he could muster, but the first words Sam Farnsworth chose to “type” with his eyes since being left a quadriplegic in a car accident, was; “I love you Mum”. \r\n 2019 Good Friday Appeal raises an incredible $18,175,467! \r\n It’s been another record-breaking Good Friday Appeal, raising an outstanding $18,175,467 for The Royal Children’s Hospital! \r\n Kit keeps fighting the good fight \r\n All eyes are on baby Kit McClymont, as his parents pour all their strength into his recovery as they rewrite their story of heartbreak.

Parents Sammy and Nathan lost Kit\'s twin brother Noah after his first week of life. \r\n 11th National Bioethics Conference now calling for abstracts \r\n This year the 11th National Bioethics Conference will explore these challenges and the impact they have on healthcare – under the title ‘Respecting different perspectives’.We are now inviting submissions of abstracts for oral presentations - standard papers or de-identified case studies. \r\n Double trouble \r\n Siblings Harriet and Franklin have both been patients at the RCH after experiencing very different emergencies. Nine month old Harriet gave her parents a scare this month after she suffered from a 90-minute long seizure while older brother, Franklin went into heart failure only weeks after birth.

Support Us Donate today and help children like Akeira \r\n Your support will help the RCH provide life-saving care for children like Akeira. Honour your favourite RCH clinician \r\n Giving in honour of your RCH caregiver is a meaningful way to support the hospital. The Royal Children's Hospital Toggle section navigation RCH  >  The Royal Children's Hospital \n\nIn this section About the RCH RCH news Publications RCH Board RCH Executive Our Strategic Plan History Alumni Contact us The Royal Children's Hospital Support us The Royal Children\'s Hospital Melbourne\n\nTelephone +61 3 9345 5522\n\n50 Flemington Road Parkville Victoria 3052 Australia Site Map | Copyright | Terms and Conditions\n\nContent authorised by: Webmaster. Enquiries: Webmaster. Staff Portal.

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Australia 21515754 7686850.0 Canberra/AUD
Australia occpies 7692024 km of territory, which is 0.052% of world's total territory and it stands at rank 6 in the list of largest countries in the world. Australia is the only country that is a coterminous with a continent. Largest country without a land-border to neighbors. By far largest country in Oceania.

Local time: Fri, 20 Sep 2019, 20:35:21
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Currency: Australian Dollar
Official Languages: (no official language) Australian English (80% of the population)
Other Languages: Mandarin, Italian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, many of those languages are considered to be ‘endangered’.
Language Codes: en-AU
Political System: federal parliamentary democracy and a Commonwealth realm
Land/Water Area (in Sq km): 7682300.00/58920
Elevation (Above/Below) Sea Level in meters: 2229.0/
GDP per Capita Income (in USD): 65520
Birth per 1000: 12.19
Death per 1000: 7.07

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