Established in 1885, Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) and its associated health services meet the health needs of four local government areas - Mosman, Willoughby, Lane Cove and North Sydney.
RNSH is a principal tertiary referral centre as well as a NSW Trauma Centre. The state-wide services provided by RNSH are severe burns injury, spinal cord injury, neonatal intensive care and interventional neuroradiology.
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Volunteers who make beanies and turbans for cancer patients are hoping for more interlock material and yarn donations.
Professor Lyn March and the Muskuloskeletal Team here at Royal North Shore Hospital recently presented at the first Northern Lights Research Showcase.
Mum Macy has inspired her daughter Sam to become a volunteer at Royal North Shore.
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