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Melbourne Brain Centre at the RMH opening
06 September 2021

The Melbourne Brain Centre at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) has just celebrated its 10th birthday.

02 September 2021

The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s (RMH) Scrub Choir is back and proud to introduce Scrub Sessions!

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.

Entrance of the Royal Melbourne Hospital
23 August 2021

We are now providing support and care to four patients and six staff members who have tested positive to COVID-19.

20 August 2021

He wears scrubs instead of skivvies, but the Royal Melbourne Hospital’s (RMH) intensive care unit (ICU) nurse Steven Moylan wiggled into action to help a very special patient.

19 August 2021

An education and training program that teaches nurses and physiotherapists to assess lung health using ultrasound has been recognised by the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ).

Melbourne Mobile Stroke Unit
16 August 2021

New data from the International Stroke Conference 2021 confirms that mobile stroke ambulances have an essential role to play in pre-hospital stroke care around the world.

methamphetamines in a plastic zip-lock bag
13 August 2021

The first comprehensive study of illicit drug use and motor vehicle trauma has found that one in eight of those who end up in the emergency major trauma centre, whether a driver, passenger, cyclist or pedestrian, test positive for an illicit drug – and that 77% of these are under the influence of methamphetamine.

Kath Kelly
06 August 2021

The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Kath Kelly has received an award from Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association.

Prof Finlay Macrae
06 August 2021

Head of Colorectal Medicine and Genetics at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH), Professor Finlay Macrae, has been awarded the 2021 Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA) Distinguished Researcher Prize.

This award is given to a GESA member for their outstanding contribution to research.

Professor Macrae was nominated for his extensive research and contribution made to colorectal medicine and genetics, specifically in inflammatory bowel disease and familial bowel cancer, in addition to his mentorship of fellow researchers.