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Caring for Cognitive Impairment

Logan Hospital committed to cognitively impaired patients

Logan Hospital has committed to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, Caring for Cognitive Impairment campaign to improve prevention, recognition and treatment o

The Logan Hospital CBORD team

More nutrition help for high risk patients

A new system at Logan Hospital will put a greater focus on providing effective nutrition support to around 100 high risk and malnourished patients on the medical and surgical wards every

Mental health program 'just what the doctor ordered'

More than 145 junior doctors from Logan, Redland and the Princess Alexandra Hospital are taking part in the AMA Queensland’s Resilience on the Run program over the next three months.

Mutley the rehab dog

Mutley lights up lives of Rehab Unit patients

There is nothing quite like the unconditional love of a pet so for patients in Logan Hospital’s Rehabilitation Unit, Mutley the therapy dog has become a happy distraction from the everyda

Quota puts patients first

Quota puts patients first

Patients attending Logan Hospital’s adults and children’s Emergency Departments will receive some comforts of home thanks to the generosity of Quota International Jimboomba.

Pelvic health

New pelvic health clinic improves patient outcomes

An exciting and innovative new clinic has recently commenced at Logan Hospital providing better outcomes for its patients.

Logan Hospital welcomes bevy of leap year babies

This year’s extra calendar day year has been a busy one at Logan Hospital with its Maternity Unit welcoming nine leap year babies on Monday.

Rotary celebrates its birthday with newborn babies

Rotary Club of Logan has celebrated its 111th birthday by giving books to newborn babies at Logan Hospital.

Hospitals hop on board Healthy Weight Week

Logan and Redland Hospitals’ dieticians spent last week helping patients, visitors and staff get on track as part of Australian Healthy Weight Week (AHWW).

Swedish midwifery professors visit Logan Hospital

Two Swedish midwifery academics have visited Logan Hospital and its midwifery directors in an effort to observe the BMid Program partnership between Griffith University and Logan Hospital at work.