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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.

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We care about you.

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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Every day in Metro South Health...

On a typical day in Metro South Health

619 people are admitted to hospital
73 elective surgeries are performed
748 people present to our emergency departments
14 babies are born

Latest news

2B bedside audit success satisfaction PI and falls

The key to safely managing high risk orthopaedic patients

Nursing staff in Orthopaedics Ward 2B are celebrating continued success in positive change management after receiving great results in the 2018 Queensland Bedside Audit (QBA).

Sandro Porceddu

Brisbane Researchers targeting 200 per cent increase in Human Papillomavirus head and neck cancers

Brisbane cancer researchers are advancing human trials to treat Human Papillomavirus (HPV) associated cancers of the head and neck using a novel therapy of combining a newly developed HPV vaccine with immunotherapy.

Futures Lab Challenge 1

Challenge set to get patients home sooner

Metro South Health is challenging staff, partners and the community to help patients get back to their home and community after a hospital stay, by submitting their thoughts and ideas through an online ideas jam.

Dad on missios to spread Sepsis message

Loving Dad on mission to spread Sepsis message after daughter's death

One simple question may have saved Maddy Jones life and once you have heard Damian Jones speak about his beloved daughter, you will never forget the word Sepsis again.