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Ward nannies bring comfort and relief to CIU

Five-year-old Valentina Davey made some new playmates today during a bedside visit from two of Logan Hospital’s Ward Nannies.
 

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10News First showcases ambient experience

Logan Hospital’s new Medical Imaging Department has been operational for just over six months and has already recorded remarkable success and outcomes thanks to its state-of-the-art equip

Australian-first changing lives of patients with complex care and spinal injuries

A 13-year-old girl from Logan has become the first person in Australia with a spinal cord injury to undergo a vertigo assessment in Queensland’s only Multiaxial Rotational (TRV) Chair at

Musician Vicky's lasting legacy to Logan

Accomplished pianist Dr Vicky Yang has left a legacy of music to Logan’s palliative care patients and their loved ones.
 

Nursing Team of the Year's tips for teamwork

The nursing team from Ward 7A believe their top qualities of a positive culture, a strong sense of community, and a commitment to innovation are what led to them being named 2024's Logan

Shelly and the Transit Care Hub shine

What do you get when you put a group of people who love caring for others in a new purpose- built unit? An award-winning Transit Care Hub team!
 

Luke names Logan's Nurse of the Year

Switching from diesel mechanics to nursing might seem like a leap, but for Logan's Nurse of the Year Luke Anthony, the shared similarities made the transition surprisingly smooth.

Rhonda's road to Volunteer of the Year

Logan Hospital has been blessed with Rhonda Eagle’s joyful spirit for the past 22 years, her dedication resulting in her being named our inaugural Volunteer of the Year.
 

Health Service hullabaloo

In a month of celebration across the Logan Beaudesert Health Service we paid tribute to the invaluable contributions of some of our most inspiring individuals.
 

Martin's heart beats for nursing

With a heart for nursing and love of helping others, Martin Matimbire is

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