'Life with disability can be awesome'
A former patient of our Women with Individual Needs clinic shares her story of adapting to motherhood for International Day of People with Disability.Find out more
Families take centre-stage on World Prematurity Day
The Royal Women’s Hospital marked World Prematurity Day in a big way this year by lighting up the hospital in Parkville and sharing stories of current and former patients impacted by premature birth.Learn more
Cool Topics to share the best in perinatal research
Leading researchers from Australia and New Zealand will share the latest in newborn medicine research this week as the Royal Women’s Hospital hosts its annual Cool Topics in Neonatology conference.Learn more
Research improving the lives of this generation, and the next
Research at the Royal Women’s Hospital continued to go from strength to strength in 2019 – with its annual Research Report revealing more trials, more funding and more students and researchers involved than ever before.Learn more
Always was, always will be: The Women’s celebrates NAIDOC Week
Victoria’s leading specialist hospital for women and newborns will be celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples during NAIDOC Week (8-15 November).Learn more
Frances Perry House turns 50!
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Frances Perry House. Opened on 2 November 1970 as the private wing of the Royal Women’s Hospital, more than 65,000 babies were born at Frances Perry House until 1997 – when it was fully privatised.Learn more
“I’ll never take my babies for granted”
Lyndall has had six pregnancies but has given birth to just two babies. For Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day (15 October), she has bravely decided to share her experience of recurrent miscarriage to give comfort and hope to others.Learn more