03 June 2019

Young-onset dementia (YOD) affects around 25,000 Australian’s. This accounts for about 10 per cent of all people with dementia.

Serge and Jenny
30 May 2019

Last week, RMH celebrated National Volunteer Week, where we commemorated Australia’s almost 6 million volunteers. This year's theme is “Making a World of Difference.”

23 May 2019

A series of studies that spanned 13 years have all concluded the time to treat ischemic stroke patients can be doubled.

Professor Ingrid Winship Director of Genomic Medicine, RMH
20 May 2019

A new clinic to help treat patients with genetic eye conditions has opened at The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital as a partnership between The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

Jeff Szer & David Ritchie, Royal Melbourne Hospital BMT
09 May 2019

The Royal Melbourne Hospital's Bone Marrow Transplant Unit proves to be one of the best in the world.

A team of Melbourne researchers have found the time to treat ischemic stroke patients can be doubled.
09 May 2019

A team of Melbourne researchers have found the time to treat ischemic stroke patients can be doubled. One in five people suffer stroke in their sleep and this will be life changing for them.

Schools Live Music Festival 2019
06 May 2019

The Royal Melbourne Hospital hosted 12 schools as the foyer was converted into a live music stage. The festival first launched in 2010 with 270 students participating. This year over 800 students came, helping fill the foyer and the level one lift lobby with uplifting music.

26 April 2019

As winter quickly approaches, it’s time to start thinking about flu season and organising your annual vaccination.

Dr Matthew Brooks, patient Roger Reinhardt and Dr William Wilson
17 April 2019

Cardiologists at The Royal Melbourne Hospital have broken new ground performing the BASILICA operation for the first time in Australia.

The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Acting Head of Urology and principal investigator, Associate Professor Niall Corcoran
16 April 2019

The Royal Melbourne Hospital and the University of Melbourne have received a $5.4 million dollar funding boost for prostate cancer research.