Allowah Presbyterian Children’s Hospital is a walk-in clinic and medical center located in Dundas Valley, Sydney, NSW. The hospital has been providing specialty care and support for children with complex disabilities and medical needs for almost 70 years. It is a fully accredited and licensed hospital and an NDIS-registered disability support provider. The hospital offers a wide range of services such as Paediatric disability support services, hospital care, respite/short-term accommodation, and Allied Health therapies such as Occupational Therapy, Dietetics, Speech Therapy, and Physiotherapy. The hospital supports children and young people up to the age of eighteen who have physical and intellectual disabilities such as genetic or chromosomal disorders, birth trauma, cerebral palsy, head injuries, and conditions acquired after birth.
The hospital's staff is exceptional in the way they care for the children. The hospital's child-centered approach provides children and their carers with respect, dignity, and emotional and spiritual support within a Christian environment in a way that maximizes the quality of life. The hospital welcomes children and families from all faiths, denominations, and backgrounds.
The hospital's vision is to partner with parents and carers to deliver exceptional health, therapy, and support services for children with complex disabilities and healthcare needs that enable them to thrive and achieve their full potential in a way that seeks justice and shows mercy in Jesus' name for children and their families. The hospital is overseen and operated by Jericho Road, which is the social services arm of the Presbyterian Church in NSW (PCNSW). The hospital actively respects the child's and family's culture, values, and beliefs.