Wellington’s King Edward VII Memorial Hospital for Children was New Zealand’s first hospital to be devoted exclusively to the treatment and care of children, and was opened on this day in 1912. It has been a 109 year journey to Te Wao Nui, your new purpose built children’s hospital opening later this year.
This extraordinary new children’s hospital would not have been possible without the amazing generosity of Mark Dunajtschik and Dorothy Spotswood, the Foundation’s incredible community of donors, and the CCDHB.
Today we’d like to celebrate by introducing you to Te Wao Nui’s new whanau of kaitiaki. Watch Here
Please join us in wishing the children’s hospital team a very Happy Birthday by donating HERE.