The new Giving Tree sculpture at Sydney Adventist Hospital is the achievement of a family’s life-long dream to inspire future philanthropy.
Author: Leisa O'Connor/Record staff
Sydney Adventist Hospital’s Integrated Cancer Centre has achieved some of the highest ratings of care in a state-wide patient survey of cancer clinics.
The new treatment targets a debilitating condition in men.
A robot named THOR is a new weapon in the infection prevention armoury at the San.
The students created heart-warming and inspiring letters of support and hope for hospital staff to boost their spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an Australian first, a collaborative surgery using a new high-resolution ultrasound technique was live-streamed at the San on Monday.
Staff and students were put to the test responding to the “chaos” that needs to be managed during a real-life disaster.
As part of National Volunteer Week, the San is recognising its long-serving volunteers.
In 25 of the measures surveyed the San’s Integrated Cancer Centre ranked significantly more positively than the NSW average.
Each year the Sydney Adventist Hospital provides a special Christmas gift to the local community—a Carols by Candlelight spectacular.