Monash Health in the media: our smallest baby ever, a rare case of PIMS-TS and more

The hard work and expertise of the team at Monash Health has again caught the attention of the media. Read and watch some of our recent media coverage below.

Smallest baby ever delivered at Monash Health goes home!

Professor Arvind Sehgal, Head of Neonatal Cardiovascular Research at Monash Children’s Hospital, spoke to Nine News about delivering Monash Medical Centre’s smallest ever baby, which was also covered by the Daily Mail.

Only one in five coronavirus-positive Victorians has fever

Associate Professor Dr Rhonda Stuart, Medical Director, Infection Prevention and Epidemiology, spoke to The Age about the different symptoms she’s seeing in COVID-19 patients.

‘We’ve got this’: our brave on the frontline

A smiling, resilient crew from Dandenong Hospital featured in their local Star Newspaper as a reminder to our community that while cases are dropping, it’s more important than ever for us not to let our guards down.

‘Excellent recovery’: Boy with rare COVID-related illness on the mend

Associate Professor Dr Jim Buttery, Head of Infection and Immunity at the Monash Children’s Hospital, spoke to The Age about our patient with a rare case of PIMS-TS.

USTA, ESPN and Roger Federer surprise Monash Health’s Helen Richards

Helen Richards, Director of Clinical Operations for Hospital in the Home and Residential In-Reach, spoke to Roger Federer, and then she spoke to Nine News and The Today Show about her experience as a front line worker.

You can read the full story about how this came to be on the Monash Health website.

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