Queensland Government
Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service


Delivering safe, timely care for Queensland’s sickest kids

Queensland Children’s Hospital (QCH) emergency clinicians treated more than 70,000 children and young people in 2018, with 443 of them requiring immediate life-saving care.

1 February 2019 |

Books help kids cope after a natural disaster

The Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health has launched a series of online books and games to help young children traumatised by cyclones, bushfires, floods or other natural disasters.

28 November 2018 |

Hospital name change now in effect

As of Friday 9 November 2018, the name of the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital has officially been changed to the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

9 November 2018 |

Program seeks to give vulnerable young people a healthier future

Brisbane children and young people in out-of-home care are benefitting from a new coordinated care model focussed on giving them the best possible health outcomes.

8 November 2018 |

Children’s Health Queensland celebrates 25 years of music therapy

Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service is this week celebrating 25 years of treating, soothing and delighting children and young people with the healing power of music.

25 October 2018 |

Yarrabilba hub to support the health and learning of local families

Yarrabilba’s newest hub, The Family and Community Place, today opened its doors offering educational, social and health-related activities for the community, particularly families with young children.

8 October 2018 |
Last updated: 27 June 2017
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