Humans of POWH: Julie

Julie sitting on a hospital bed, smiling

September is Blood Cancer Awareness month, and the Foundation had the privilege to interview Julie. Julie is a patient at the Prince of Wales Hospital currently being treated for Leukemia in the Haematology wards. Her story is of bravery, heart and determination and we are in awe of her positivity during her treatment.

Humans of POWH: Ruby

A portrait of Ruby standing on the side of the road a tram is behind her

It’s Allied Health Professionals Day on Friday 14 October so lets celebrate our Allied Health team here at the POWH. Today we had a chat to Ruby who is part of the team and learnt more about her role, why allied health is important and what she loves to do outside of work.

Meet Mayli

I am happy to support the work of the Prince of Wales Hospital and the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation, I have included a gift in my Will to the Foundation who with the generosity of the community and their supporters is raising funds to invest in the future of health and to ensure the […]

Meet John

A portrait of John

I am writing to urge members of our Community to support the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation (POWHF), who give grants in support of much needed equipment and services at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick.

Meet Barry

My affair with the Prince of Wales started 60 years ago when I was 19 years old. I was first admitted to the Prince Henry hospital and from there to the Prince of Wales kidney ward with severe blood pleasure, I remember vividly how well I was looked after by the nursing staff and the doctors.

Meet Antony

I have been pleased to be able to offer support to the foundation through regular donations over the past few years, seen the benefits of my donations, and look forward to continuing this in the hope that the foundation will be better placed to provide funding into the future particularly in the field of research especially in the oncology field.

Humans of POWH: Daniel

A Man (Daniel) smiling at the camera, in a park. He is holding a black labrador by a lead

In 2008, I was a 26 year old expat living and working in Whistler, Canada and was celebrating a recent promotion on a night out when I fell, tumbling down a flight of stairs and breaking my neck, it went from everything being fantastic to everything being, quite literally, turned on it’s head.

Humans of POWH: Sienna

Sienna, a white woman with long brown hair, wearing a pink Cardigan and flowered shirt smiling at the camera

It’s Speech Pathology Week and we had the chance to catch up with Sienna who is a Speech Pathologist in the Geriatrics Department at Prince of Wales Hospital. Sienna is deeply passionate about speech pathology and the meaning it can bring to a patient’s life when they need it the most.