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Cultural knowledge providing a lifeline for Indigenous patients

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health Coordinator Luke Richardson is improving the journey of First Nations patients through Metro South Health.

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Cuppa in the communi-tea at Tamborine Mountain

Community bonding over a cuppa

The Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services Disaster Flood Team bonded with residents of Tamborine Mountain recently for 'Cuppa in the Communi-tea'.

Mental Health Doctor shares passion behind Crazy Socks4Docs Day

Dr Liam Hackett is proud to show off his funky sock collection, which has been slowly growing ever since he first participated in Crazy Socks4Docs Day as a medical student.  

Specialist service supporting people experiencing eating disorders

A new specialist service has been launched across Metro South Health providing enhanced care to people experiencing eating disorders. 

National spotlight on Metro South’s AMHS career opportunities

Medical officers from all corners of the country gathered in Canberra for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) annual Congress from 19 – 23 May. 

Cooking club is the perfect blend of learning and laughs

Bayside Community Care Unit (CCU) residents are mixing things up with a new cooking club, designed to teach them new skills in a fun and supportive environment. 

Metro South Health shows support for IDAHOBIT Day

Healthcare staff are standing up against discrimination and putting on a colourful display of support for IDAHOBIT, the International Day Against LGBTQIA+ Discrimination on 17 May. 

Experience on display for International Nurses Day within AMHS

What do you get when you put 31 nurses in a room together? An impressive 791 combined years of practice! 

Staff tickled pink with support from breast cancer fun run

Healthcare workers hit the pavement in Brisbane, showing up for a colourful display of compassion and kindness in the 2024 International Women's Day Fun Run.

Positive impact of falls pathway acknowledged one year after launch

April No Falls is a national campaign to educate and raise awareness of falls prevention and help those at risk of falling to stay on their feet.

Celebrating the admin superstars of AMHS

The dedication and support shown by the Addiction and Mental Health Services admin team is clear, as they work incredibly hard to keep services running smoothly and on-time.