The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) is a Victorian State Government-owned body, deriving revenue from the provision of paediatric clinical and surgical services in Victoria. The organisation employs approximately 3,370 full-time equivalent staff and is administered by its head office in Parkville, Victoria.

The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) provides a range of paediatric clinical and surgical services, as well as tertiary care and health promotion and prevention programs for young people and children. The organisation offers the following services:

  • Victorian Paediatric Rehabilitation Service - Provides paediatric rehabilitation services to adolescents, children, and their families.
  • Victorian Paediatric Palliative Care Program - Offers palliative care for children throughout Victoria.
  • Victorian Forensic Paediatric Medical Service - Provides assistance and care for children and adolescents who suffered abuse, assault and neglect.
  • Victorian Infant Hearing Screening Program - Conducts hearing screenings for newborn babies when they are in the hospital.

RCH is also engaged in research activities with the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI), the University of Melbourne Department of Paediatrics and the RCH Foundation. 

Learn more about our Company Reports

IBISWorld Company Profile Reports

Company profile reports provide key information on the Top 2000 earning companies in Australia. Reports include a written description of a company, its history, brands and products, contact details and key personnel, operating and legal structure, financial data, industries of involvement and business service providers.

Sample Data

Table of Contents

Company Details
Key Personnel
Growth & Ratios
Service Providers

Looking for our Industry reports?

Assess your competitors with powerful business tools that provide strategic insights and analysis on over 600 Australian industries.

Contact Us

Want to speak to a representative? Call us.