ICU Pod D opening event, May 2018
18 May 2018

The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s 42-bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is now complete, with the fourth and final Pod officially opened on 18 May.

A Royal Melbourne Hospital staff member helps a patient learn more about their medications using the Patient Learning Hub.
08 May 2018

An innovative web portal where patients can access information about their medications while in hospital and after leaving hospital has been developed by The Royal Melbourne Hospital Pharmacy Department.

Nursing using the EMR
01 May 2018

Victorians will benefit from a new digital investment in Melbourne’s Biomedical Precinct with the announcement of $124 million for the new Connecting Care Electronic Medical Record (EMR) program.

A/Prof Bruce Campbell and Professor Peter Mitchell
27 April 2018

A breakthrough in stroke medical research found a drug, traditionally used for heart attacks, dissolves blood clots in the brain faster and more effectively than standard stroke drugs.

24 April 2018

Melbourne Health has welcomed the finding of Charles Scerri QC that Melbourne Health responded appropriately to the alleged behaviour of former Chair, Robert Doyle, at a function in 2016.

19 April 2018

The RMH’s Medical IT Training Simulator, developed by Senior Biomedical Engineer Simon Cowley, has won 3rd place in the inaugural Australian Biomedical Engineering Innovation Awards (ABEIA).

Home Lottery winner Elizabeth - April 2018
12 April 2018

Not only did Elizabeth just start a new job as an Occupational Therapist, but in the same week won the RMH Home Lottery's grand prize.

10 April 2018

Ever wondered what happens to leftover food from the hospital kitchen?

Minister Hennessy with patients and doctors
05 April 2018

A breakthrough drug with its origins in Melbourne is driving a major shift in the treatment of a range of blood cancers, with two new clinical trials of chemotherapy-free combinations demonstrating dramatic benefits for patients with hard-to-treat diseases.

21 March 2018

Liver cancer in Hepatitis B patients could be detected and treated earlier with Melbourne Health-led research into Hepatitis B splice variants currently underway.