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The RMH patient Kingsley O’Connor walks back into the ICU

09 December 2021

Former patient Kingsley O'Connor made a surprise visit to the Royal Melbourne Hospital ICU to thank the staff who cared for him during his stay.

‘Beyond thankful’ for care after contracting COVID-19

24 August 2021

There was nothing ordinary about the way Cheryl Poon showed her gratitude for the care she received after being hospitalised at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) with COVID-19 earlier this year.

The RMH patient, Elias Frantzeskos celebrates DonateLife Week

03 August 2021

Elias Frantzeskos came into the world 7 weeks early with poor function of his kidney.

Study hopes to end stigma for people living with type 1 diabetes

14 July 2021

More than 4 in 5 people with diabetes have experienced stigma while living with their condition.

Former consumer turned employee gives back through music

28 June 2021

A multi-instrumentalist and former consumer Arnaud LeBon has been using his talents to heal some of the RMH’s most vulnerable patients.

Meet Kelly, the RMH’s 2021 Dry July Ambassador

10 June 2021

Kelly O'Sullivan was no stranger to head and neck cancer. Her stepfather battled with the disease, but her diagnosis, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, still came as a shock.

The RMH Emergency patient airlifted to hospital after smart watch notified authorities

25 May 2021

Patient Em Stoneham was airlifted to the Royal Melbourne Hospital Emergency Department following a horrific car accident that led to multiple internal injuries.

Not just any P.A.R.T.Y: Young people make positive choices after the RMH Program

19 May 2021

A Royal Melbourne Hospital program is helping change the lives of young people by exposing them to the grim reality of risky behaviour.

World-first clinical trial treating type 1 diabetes now underway

16 December 2020

Lucy Lee is the first person to take part in the BANDIT clinical trial, which began at the Royal Melbourne Hospital this month.

Carly Findlay shares her story this International Day of People with Disability

03 December 2020

Carly Findlay OAM is a patient at the Royal Melbourne Hospital - she’s been a patient here for around 17 years, and before that, she was a patient at the Royal Children’s Hospital.