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Innovative Equipment and Technology

The face-mapping technology making neurosurgery safer, more accurate.

Electromagnetic navigation software provides real-time guidance for surgeons at PCH operating on kids aged 2 years and under. New electromagnetic (EM) navigation technology is providing real-time guidance to surgeons at PCH during neurosurgery, helping to make operations safer and more accurate. Funded by PCHF thanks to Euroz Hartleys Foundation, the best-practice EM navigation software is

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5 ways you can support PCHF this Christmas

1. Get your hands on these stylish Christmas Scrubs! Brighten the day of your favourite healthcare worker with these colourful Christmas themed scrubs, now available for purchase online and in-store at the PCHF Gift Shop. Select from a range of fun festive themes including Tropical, Doggy, Snowman, Outback and Koala’s first Christmas. Scrubs are available

Perth Children's Hospital Senior Dietitian Tamara Farrell using new indirect calorimetry device
Innovative Equipment and Technology

Tailored nutrition improves recovery for kids in critical care.

Meet two-year-old Hailey, an incredible little fighter who was first admitted to Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) over three months ago with severe burns. As a result of her burns, Hailey suffered a brain injury, and the possibility of her regaining movement was initially thought to be slim. Hailey spent 10 weeks in the Paediatric Critical

Ground-Breaking Research

Funding update: The ACACIA study

We caught up with Dr Dan Yeoh, an Infectious Diseases Physician at Perth Children’s Hospital to learn more about the ACACIA Study.

Dr Yeoh is leading a team of oncology and immunology researchers to study how effective the current COVID-19 vaccines are when it comes to triggering an immune response in kids with cancer, like Tom.

Big W toy sale now on!
Corporate Partnerships

Save BIG on toys this winter to support PCHF

Get a head start on your Christmas shopping and feel good doing it. It might be chilly outside but here at PCHF it’s our favourite time of year, as more than 500 toys go on sale during the Big W Big Whopping Toy Sale. The best part is that all funds raised in WA during

Artist in Residence
Positive Patient Experiences

Stop! Animation time.

These creative animations were made possible thanks to leading WA animator and artist Steve Aiton, who was engaged as part of the 2022 – 2023 Artist in Residence program, proudly funded by PCHF.

Run for a Reason
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Running for a Reason

HBF Run for a Reason – is back on Sunday, 21 May. Meet three of teams pounding the pavement to funds raise for PCHF.

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‘Kid Takeover’ at hospital for good cause

Kids step behind the lens to mark the launch of a unique new campaign for PCHF Cricketer Mitch Johnson, former Miss Universe Australia Renae Ayris, West Coast Eagles star Jack Darling and photographer Jarrad Seng were among just some of the famous faces who lined up at PCH to have their portrait taken by some

Big W Easter
Corporate Partnerships

Support PCHF, hop into Big W.

Big W Kingsway, in Perth’s north, recently hosted some very special visitors. Our Autumn Appeal Ambassador Luca (6), her big sister Emmy, mum Brooke and Stitches the Bear dropped by to show their support for Big W’s annual Easter campaign.   After meeting members of the Big W team, Luca and her family purchased their bunny

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