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New flu campaign takes flight

A new campaign encouraging people in the Metro South region to stop the spread of flu is ‘taking off’ today.

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World leading trial PAH rare cancers DNA tested

World-leading trial offers hope to patients with rare cancers

Princess Alexandra Hospital patients with rare cancers can now have their DNA tested to identify the potentially most effective treatment under a $50 million, national trial.

PAH helps rural hospitals fight heart disease

PAH helps rural hospitals fight heart disease

Princess Alexandra Hospital is helping regional hospitals tackle Australia’s most common form of heart disease by arming them with the equipment and training to diagnose and track it.

Meet Judy Riddell from Pandanus Ward

Meet Judy Riddell, RN, Pandanus Ward

We may have had the Commonwealth Games and a royal visit to Australia from the Prince of Wales but Judy is bringing the royal touch to the new Pandanus Ward in Wynnum, having met Prince Charles on a previous visit in 1970.

Redland ED stickers

New stickers improving staff safety in ED

New visitor stickers introduced into Redland Hospital’s Emergency Department should improve safety for staff, patients and their family members.

NAIDOC Week 2018 Logan

NAIDOC Week 2018

Logan Hospital staff, patients and visitors have celebrated NAIDOC Week and this year’s theme ‘Because of Her, We Can’.

Special gift for kids completing chemo

Special gift for kids completing chemo

Finishing chemotherapy is a major milsetone for anyone living with cancer, so a special gift donated to Logan Hospital’s Children’s Inpatient Unit will now make the end of treatment even more significant.

Because of Her We Can

'Because of Her, We Can'

Metro South Health Board members Donisha Duff and Adjunct Professor Iyla Davies joined with MSH Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander District Co-ordinator Ash Currie to celebrate this year’s NAIDOC Week theme ‘Because of Her, We Can’.

Justin Chapman Addiction and Mental Health

MSH research grant supporting translational research

The Research Support Scheme is helping MSH researchers to improve the health and wellbeing of people with mental illness.

Remembrance service PAH

Remembering our patients

Last week, more than 200 people honoured the lives of patients who had died within the Metro South Palliative Care Service at a multidenominational remembrance service.

NAIDOC week

Traditional food brings patients and staff together

This NAIDOC Week, patients and staff from Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Spinal Injuries Unit celebrated the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with a cook-up inside the Occupational Therapy Kitchen.

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