A three-week-old baby has been caught up in an apparent turf-war between Sydney’s two children’s hospitals. Concerned she was having difficulty feeding, Evelyn Kenny’s parents, Michael and Joanne, took her to the Sydney Children’s Hospital at Randwick last weekend. The couple, from Port Hacking in Sydney’s south, never expected the diagnosis that followed. "She had two holes in her heart, she had a thinning of the aorta, that was affecting the blood supply, from her heart to her other organs," Mr Kenny told 9News. The new parents were told Evelyn required life-saving bypass surgery, a procedure that’s only able at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. She was admitted to intensive care to be stabilised, but when she was well enough to be transferred on Friday, Michael and Joanne were told there were no ventilation beds available at Westmead to move her. The transfer was then rescheduled for this morning, […]