A key priority for the NSW Health system is the design and delivery of high quality, effective and safe health care services for children, young people and families, from conception until 24 years of age.
An independent review was announced by Minister Hazzard in February 2019.
Emeritus Professor Richard Henry AM conducted the review, which focuses on the delivery of health services to children, young people and families within the NSW Health system and the sufficiency of current governance arrangements to ensure safe, effective and high quality care across NSW.
The key findings of this review are based on a range of activities including over 250 stakeholder consultations, local health district site visits, and a range of submissions, previous reports and documentation.
Seventy-seven recommendations have been identified.
Read the Review of health services for children, young people and families within the NSW Health system.