Perth Children’s Hospital has officially been opened by the State Government this morning as it welcomes its first outpatients today.

The 298-bed hospital will have expanded clinical, research and education facilities, and has been purpose-built to improve the hospital experience of patients, parents, siblings and carers.

Two weeks later, surgery begins in the operating theatres and along with the final patient move from PMH, the emergency department opens on Sunday June 10 at 7am.

Listen to Health Minister Roger Cook who spoke with Mike Crichton on Mornings.

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