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Health alert: COVID-19

COVID-19 Alert: We are currently at GREEN traffic light level - there is no restriction for coming to hospital to receive healthcare. Visitors are currently welcome at Metro South Health facilities, and are asked to help keep patients safe by maintaining physical distancing where possible and practising hand hygiene. See visitor restrictions and the latest Queensland Government information. [18 January 2023].


Nurses champion safety to deliver the best care on our wards

Addiction and Mental Health Services nurses are championing a model of care at our inpatient facilities to help reduce conflict, seclusion and isolation for mental health consumers.

Peer work rewarding for mental health staff

Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services have a team of peer support workers helping people on their journey to recovery from mental health illness. Learn more now.

Health Equity and Access

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Learn more about Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services Community Engagement Forums

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Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services are committed to a partnership approach – linking and engaging with our community. We know that effective engagement is integral to better, more transparent healthcare for consumers, their families and carers.

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From the Red Bow Appeal to Harmony Day, March is packed with days highlighting different causes. What relevance do they hold to Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services? Read on to find out how Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services are creating better outcomes and stronger communities by providing excellent care to the community.

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Working together is an important element of success at Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS). Each and every day our team collaborates with a network of mental health experts and organisations to ensure Metro South’s community receives the best, holistic care possible.

Smiling doctor talking to patient

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Suicide continues to be a challenge for communities and, importantly, for those who are affected by the loss of family members through suicide.

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Queensland Mental Health Week is an important opportunity to reflect on mental health and take positive steps to highlight the importance of mental wellbeing.

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August was a busy month at Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS), with the launch of the MH CALL Service and the first inaugural Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival.

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MSAMHS’ Child and Youth Academic Clinical Unit is currently coordinating the Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival 2015 to promote positive mental health and free expression in young people, raise community awareness and reduce stigma.