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Australian Bat Lyssavirus in flying foxes

Media release: Flying fox confirmed with Australian Bat Lyssavirus in Lakewood Avenue Park, Parkinson

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). 

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Baby

Bayside’s most popular 2020 baby names

This year at Redland Hospital several baby names proved more popular than any others with Noah and Oliver coming equal first place for boys and Amelia the most popular for girls.

Ross river virus detected in Metro South area

Ross River virus has been detected in South-East Queensland mosquito populations through a surveillance program run by Queensland Health.

The frontline of defence in mental health crisis care

A successful mental health program has seen more than 1000 people transferred away from Emergency Departments in Metro South Health.

Congratulations to Addiction and Mental Health Services’ Nurse of the Year 2020

The winner of the Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS) 2020 Nurse of the Year Awards was announced.

New high-tech simulation room a first for Redland Hospital

A new, high-tech Redland Hospital simulation room will create realistic clinical environments for doctors and nurses training in emergency and other medical response.

Dr Elizabeth McCourt

Enthusiasm for research

She may have been the lead organiser for the Bayside Research Showcase, but Dr Libby McCourt, Academic Research Manager for Bayside Health Service, normally spends her time building research capability on the floor at Redland Hospital.

Bayside Research Showcase

Redland on the research map

The spotlight was on novice and emerging researchers at Redland Hospital last Friday with the inaugural Bayside Research Showcase attracting more than 100 participants in-person and online.

Aboriginal art welcomes patients and staff at Metro South Health

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. 

OT's supporting our communities to 'Rebuild, Recover and Re-engage'

This week at Redland Hospital we are celebrating Occupational Therapy Week and promoting the many ways Occupational Therapists help people reach their potential.

New ADONM Cathy Smith loves what she does

Born and bred in Cairns, Redland Hospital's new ADONM Women's and Children's Services Cathy Smith says she her new job was "meant to be".

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