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Marathon surgery at PA Hospital saves Keri’s voice

Six surgical teams have joined forces at Princess Alexandra Hospital in a mammoth surgery that has saved Queensland mother, Keri Frecklington from a life without speech, eating and mobility after a successful 20-hour surgery

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Princess Alexandra Hospital launches Queensland’s second Pfizer hub

Registered Nurse Molly Baretta, who works as part of Metro South Health’s outreach to quarantine hotels, has become the first nurse in Brisbane to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at the launch of the Vaccination Hub at Princess Alexandra Hospital on 24 February.

MAPU celebrates 10 years

PA Hospital’s Medical Assessment and Planning Unit celebrated their first decade as a strategic solution to demand after launching on Valentine’s Day 2011.

QEII launches medical careers for 13 new interns

QEII Hospital’s new cohort of 13 medical interns are striding into their careers with the training program at QEII offering an amazing foundation for knowledge and skills development.

Chinese New Year celebrations at Princess Alexandra Hospital

PA Hospital celebrates Chinese New Year

The Princess Alexandra Hospital community has come together to celebrate Chinese New Year with a traditional dragon dance performed by the hospital’s volunteers.

From trash to treasure – PA Medical Records/Scanning Unit taking charge on sustainability

From milk bottles to ink cartridges, there is no stopping the Medical Records and Scanning Team at PA Hospital from turning waste from everyday items into something useful.

Welcoming Redland’s newest interns

Redland Hospital’s newest medical interns have begun work, embarking on a career that will forever be shaped by the global pandemic.

World-first study into rare local skin cancer at PA Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital will lead a world-first study into Merkel cell carcinoma, a rare but deadly skin cancer, which is on the rise.

New PA Intern hits the ground running

Elite 100m sprinter turned Princess Alexandra Hospital Intern, Dr Simon Greig, has put his best foot forward, securing a spot in the 2021 intake at one of Australia’s most prominent teaching hospitals.

Michelle’s new career path no accident

From patient to provider, Michelle Wirth is using her experience with rehabilitation and background in training and assessment to help those experiencing a similar situation to find their new purpose.

Welcoming Redland’s newest interns

Redland Hospital’s newest medical interns have begun work, embarking on a career that will forever be shaped by the global pandemic.

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