In 2009, 1361 young people aged between 15 to 19 years were admitted to Queensland Hospitals with trauma injuries.
PA Hospital commenced scanning with the first clinical PET-MRI in Australia in December 2014 and has already completed more clinical studies in its first six months using this amazing technology th
The PICS trial will run from April to December 2018 at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH).
The Physiotherapy Pelvic Health clinic is a primary contact clinic designed to improve patient clinical outcomes and their health care journey.
Metro South Health is a strong advocate for providing a person-centred approach that places people at the core of all that we do.
Access to coordinated care has been shown to improve outcomes for complex, frail older people. Successful programs are characterised by high quality, coordinated, multidisciplinary assessment and
Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is home to Queensland’s newest and most advanced CT scanner that is setting new standards in speed and dose reduction for patients.
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
The Future Hospital Program is Logan and Beaudesert Hospitals (LBH) 10 year vision to adapt global best practice to improve systems an
Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) has found a screening App could improve the clinical management of head and neck cancer patients, providing an efficient and effective alternative to additional cl
People experiencing mental health and/or addiction issues have significantly higher smoking rates when compared to the general population.
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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