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It’s known as the season to be jolly, but the festive season can be difficult for some; particularly those struggling with their mental health.
An important new consultation space inside the Logan Hospital Children's Emergency Department will ensure the CYMHS (Children and Youth Mental Health Service) Acute Response Team can cont
School Holidays are supposed to be relaxing. But, holidays are also a time when parents may recognise the signs of anxiety or stress in their children.
The American Nurses Credentialing Centre has announced that Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services achieved Pathway to Excellence® designation.
Metro South Health recently welcomed 63 new psychiatry registrars in training, among them Dr Timothy Edwards, who returned from London to take up a post at Addiction and Mental Health Services.
The Metro South Public Health Unit has confirmed that an orphaned baby bat recovered from Lakewood Avenue Park in Parkinson has tested positive for Australian Bat Lyssavirus (ABLV).
A successful mental health program has seen more than 1000 people transferred away from Emergency Departments in Metro South Health.
The winner of the Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS) 2020 Nurse of the Year Awards was announced.
Artworks entitled “Our Cultural Being” were unveiled today as a result of a collaboration between Aboriginal Artist Charlie Waters and Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services.
We acknowledge the traditional land owners of Australia and welcome all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to our service.Read our Statement of Commitment to Reconciliation
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