​​Students from Queenwood School for Girls and representatives from The Humpty Dumpty Foundation visited Royal North Shore Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Ward to officially present a Connex Vital Signs Monitor valued at $6,200.​


At last year’s Humpty Dumpty Balmoral Burn, Queenwood School for Girls had an impressive 58 teams participate in the ‘Head Of The Hill’ senior girls relay.

Each year, the school with the highest number of teams has the honour of choosing medical equipment from Humpty’s Wish List to donate to the value of $10,000.

Royal North Shore Hospital’s Humpty Dumpty Children’s Ward was one of three hospitals chosen by the school and the senior girls relay team to support.

The Connex Vital Signs Monitor allows accurate assessment of vital signs like temperature, blood pressure and oxygen saturation levels in the paediatric setting. It will enable improved clinical outcomes. The reusable finger sensor allows for freedom of movement and provides the ability to care for children in multiple situations.

A big thank you to the students at Queenswood School for Girls and The Humpty Dumpty Foundation for their support.