Redland Hospital is committed to improving communication and access to health services for the hearing impaired and Deaf community.
This project supports staff to consistently consider the following when providing patient centered care:
Historically, rehabilitation patients report low levels of activity outside of business hours and over the weekends.
In a Queensland first, Logan Hospital has become the launch site for a Health Justice Partnership which supports women experiencing domestic and family violence.
The Health Equity and Access Unit (HEAU) will trial a health passport app called Julian's Key with people with disabilities and their carers who regularly acess Logan Hospital's services.
This project will work to integrate a clinical care coordination approach combined with the use of technology and a capacity building partnership approach in the primary health care, hospital and c
Logan Hospital is the first Queensland hospital to launch Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounding (SIBR) in an Accountable Care Unit (ACU) in a move designed to increase collaborative cross c
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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