Leadership and Governance
CHA is a multidisciplinary community of organisations and individuals committed to enhancing healthcare outcomes for children, young people and their families across Australia and New Zealand. The CHA team, our members, your colleagues, the parents and families of sick children, all work together to improve our healthcare systems.
As an organisation we welcome ideas, contributions and perspectives that mean we can improve our knowledge, understand our differences and work and learn together. The health of children and young people matters; your membership counts.
Learn more about our organisation, members and work:
Our Patron & Board of Directors
CHA benefits enormously from the wisdom and guidance of our Patron and Board of Directors. Learn more about this amazing team all of whom so generously donate their time and expertise to CHA.
Constitution & Governance Charter
CHA is a not for profit Company Limited by Guarantee. CHA is committed to meeting the highest standards of governance and accountability to its members.
Annual General Meeting
Children’s Healthcare Australasia holds its Annual General meeting in October each year. Upcoming meeting notice will be found here.
Our Annual Report gives a yearly overview of CHA’s activities and our audited financial reports, Current and archived annual reports can be found here.
The services we offer members would not be possible without the dedication, energy and inspiration of the CHA staff. We have a diverse and skilful team of people who give their all to support this organization to achieve its mission – spreading excellence & innovations in healthcare for children & young people and their families.
Celebrating 30 years 
On the 13th November 2018 Children’s Healthcare Australasia celebrated our 30th Anniversary Year by holding a special event to acknowledge the dedication of past and present members, directors, staff and children’s healthcare professionals to enhance the health and wellbeing of children and young people. Over 30 years, CHA has grown from 6 member hospitals in 1988 to more than 80 today.