26 May 2016

It's been more than three months since Peter and Susan joined The RMH family and we now can't image life without them.

25 May 2016

Professor James Tatoulis, Department Head of Cardiothoracic Surgery at The Royal Melbourne Hospital was last week honoured by his peers at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons' annual scientific meeting for Excellence in Surgery.

Julia and Ben with Minister for Health, Jill Hennessy
19 May 2016

Melbourne Health volunteers Val and Peter Simpson and Julia Gorton and Benjamin Sutu, were recognised at the 8th 2016 Minister for Health Volunteer Awards, held yesterday.

Interior of the new RMH ICU
18 May 2016

Victoria’s first comprehensive Intensive Care Unit (ICU) serving three major Melbourne hospitals has opened at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

Associate Professor Julie Miller
10 May 2016

Australia’s first public one-stop thyroid clinic is reducing waiting lists for patients being investigated for thyroid cancer.

Lyn Beattie and her daughter Jemimah
06 May 2016

Inspiration can come from the most unlikely of places and for author Lyn, her daughter's hospital ward proved the environment she needed to finish her second novel.

04 May 2016

When memories fade, the staff at nursing home, Merv Irvine, are helping to keep the special times alive.

Advanced Practice Physiotherapists Uyen Phan, Adam de Gruchy, and Rheumatologist, Dr John Moi
03 May 2016

An innovative new back pain program at The Royal Melbourne Hospital is taking the pain out of waiting.

Professor Peter Mitchell
02 May 2016

The Royal Melbourne Hospital has been appointed as the first statewide service to pioneer the roll out of a new breakthrough treatment, Endovascular Clot Retrieval (ECR), for stroke in Victoria.

Endovascular Clot Retrieval is now recognised by leading experts around the world as the most effective way to treat acute ischemic stroke patients, giving them the best chance of a full recovery.

21 April 2016

A new era in gluten free foods is around the corner thanks to world first research that started at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute.

Scientists from the CSIRO, with co-funding from the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), have bred the Kebari grain, a new barley variety with ultra-low levels of hordeins, the type of gluten found in barley.