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Metro South Health

Metro South Health is the major provider of public health services in the Brisbane south side, Logan, Redlands and Scenic Rim regions. We employ more than 13,000 staff who provide specialist health care to a population of more than 1 million people, 23% of Queensland's population. Read more

Hospital visitor restrictions: Metro South Health hospitals and aged care facilities are now able to receive visitors but please be aware of visitor restrictions at this time. This is for the health and safety of our patients, staff and community.
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We are committed to providing you and your loved ones with quality health care that respects your preferences, needs and values. We are proud to be the first organisation in Australia to be recognised for excellence in person-centred care by Planetree International.

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Latest news

Clinical trial promotes rethink of care pathway for patients with liver damage

A new clinical trial co-led by PA Hospital Hepatologist Professor Elizabeth Powell and Dietitian Dr Ingrid Hickman is set to introduce better and faster assessment and treatment of patients with Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in the community.

HabITec partnership uses technology to enhance life for patients with disability

Metro South Health’s Occupational Therapy Department and Division of Rehabilitation has partnered with The Hopkins Centre and Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University to create HabITec, a new clinical setting at Princess Alexandra Hospital integrating life-enhancing technologies into the rehabilitation programs of patients with disability.  

"No judgement": Todd Sellwood says compassion is key to caring for people with addiction

When Nurse Navigator Todd Sellwood engages with drug and alcohol addicted patients presenting to PA Hospital’s Emergency Department, he says empathy is always his starting point.

Early management best medicine for diabetes

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and QEII Endocrinologist Dr Shanthi Kannan has a simple message for anyone experiencing common symptoms of the disease.