A bright future assured for Roselyn

Complex heart surgery was performed by Dr Ian Nicholson at Sydney Adventist Hospital last November.

Operation transforms Christine's life

From a very sick baby to a healthy child - what a difference ROMAC makes!

Andrea Romac's 400th patient

Andrea was the 400th patients to be treated by Romac in Australia or NZ

Our Latest Patient Stories

Heldericky is not ashamed anymore

Heldericky having US on hisleg

Heldericky (aka Ricky) had a vascular malformation in his leg, which meant the leg muscles did not develop normally and he had chronic pain. Continued

A Tiny Tot From Vanuatu Now has a Future


Five months old Linda arrived from Vanuatu with her mother Talia and was operated on three days later to remove an encephalocele (herniated brain) over her eyes. On arrival with her mother, Linda’s face was covered with a scarf to hide her baby’s appearance. Continued

Baby Jofi Progressed Well After Cardiac Surgery


8 months old baby boy Jofi came into Mater Children’s Hospital in Brisbane from Timor Leste with his mother Efizenia. Jofi has a serious cardiac condition, which caused some concern. Continued

Kachico can smile again

A very happy Kachico recovering after his operation

At 3 years Kachico had an accident which resulted in a long nail entering his head. The nail was removed but metal fragments had been left behind. This caused infections and the formation of a large lesion which continued to weep. Kachico was also suffering from headaches and fits. Continued

Cyclone Pam flattened 6-month-old Christine’s home


When Christine’s home was flattened after cyclone Pam and she required urgent surgery for a serious heart condition ROMAC organised that she was flown to Auckland one week later with a medical escort. Continued

ROMAC Mission Statement
ROMAC provides surgical treatment for children in Australia and New Zealand from developing countries from our Pacific Region in the form of Life Giving and/or dignity restoring surgery not accessible to them in their home country.

100¢ in every $1
goes directly to giving life to a child

ROMAC is totally voluntary

There are no paid staff and the small administration expenses incurred are paid from another income stream.

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400+ children have been given life, since 1988

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