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SpotOnHealth HealthPathways first anniversary

Connecting care in Brisbane's south

The SpotOnHealth HealthPathways team is celebrating the first year of operation in Brisbane’s south providing GPs and other primary health care clinicians with access to assessment, management and referral information for over 550 conditions.

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Tauma admissions related to motor vehicle accidents PAH

Hidden toll highlights importance of road safety

With 30 per cent of all trauma admissions at Princess Alexandra Hospital related to motor vehicle accidents, emergency and rehabilitation staff have partnered with the Queensland Police Service to promote the importance of road safety.

Community corner ICU PAH

Community space offers comfort in ICU

A new Community Corner, filled with books, games and plants, is providing comfort to the family and friends of patients in the Intensive Care Unit at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Lynne Williamson AIN Redland

Lynne loves her work as Redland Hospital AIN

Lynne Williamson loves working as an Assistant in Nursing at Redland Hospital.

Mental Health goes country

Mental Health goes country for farmers in need

Logan Hospital Addiction and Mental Health staff donned their very best country gear recently to give back to the rural community and tell them they care.

Easy to read brochure Logan Hospital

Easy-to-read brochure providing patients the help they need

A new aphasia friendly version of The Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights is giving patients with communication disorders the chance to access important,easy-to-read information.

Hospital Auxiliary at Beaudesert Show

Hospital Auxiliary shines at Beaudesert Show

This year’s Beaudesert Show proved the perfect place to share with the local community just how amazing the Beaudesert Hospital Auxiliary really is.

Singing Cords - Spinal Injuries Unit PAH

PAH patients find their voice

Patients in Princess Alexandra Hospital Spinal Injuries Unit have struck a positive note with the launch of a peer-led therapeutic singing group—the Singing Cords. 

School Based Trainees graduation Redland

School Based Trainees proud new graduates

Redland Hospital’s four School Based Trainees have graduated after 12 months of hard work and dedication.

Michael Smith on road to recovery Redland

Stroke rehabilitation gets Micheal's life on track

It’s a special day when a patient returns to Redland Hospital to say thank you and show off their amazing progress.

World Physiotherapy Day 2018 Redland

World Physiotherapy Day 2018

Redland Hospital and Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre physiotherapists have celebrated World Physiotherapy Day with a lunchtime table tennis championship.

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