Skip links and keyboard navigation

News

Phlebotomists assisting patients at QEII ED

A team of phlebotomists has been introduced to the QEII Emergency Department as part of a trial to reduce patient wait times for diagnoses and provide the best patient care.

GEDI’s form part of the Order at QEII

May the force be with the over 75’s on Brisbane’s southside thanks to the new GEDI which landed at QEII Hospital last month.

QEII Hospital dementia nurse navigator

QEII patients benefit from decades of dementia knowledge

With 37 years of dementia management under her belt, QEII Hospital Dementia Nurse Navigator, Diane Evans is making a world of difference to the growing number of patients who need care and ongoing management for this ever-prevalent condition.

New nursing graduates form part of digital history

Under their ambitious and caring exterior, these nursing graduates look the same as any others, but they hold a special place in history as the first cohort of graduate nurses to never use a paper medical chart.

Psychology service QEII musculoskeletal clinic

Psychology service cutting wait times at QEII

The introduction of the psychology service at both the Musculoskeletal Management Clinic (MMC) and Conservative Management Service (CMS) at QEII Hospital is offering great results for pat

QEII renewing CARE-PACT with nursing home staff

QEII Jubilee Hospital is continuing to ensure elderly Queenslanders get the right care, in the right place, at the right time by providing nurses in Residential Aged Care Services with a look behind the scenes at what happens from the patient’s perspective once they leave the residential facility.

Dishing out biodegradable options at QEII Hospital

In a major win for the environment, QEII Hospital has introduced a new sustainably and structurally superior kidney dish made from cardboard.

QEII Patients staying on top of their fluids

As patient charts make the transition from paper to digital platforms, QEII nursing staff are getting patients involved in recording of their own fluid intake.

Category 1 ED presentations continue to rise at Metro South hospitals

The number of Category 1 patients – those with the most urgent and life-threatening conditions, continue to rise across Metro South hospitals, recent data shows.

QEII community garden

QEII Hospital sprouts a community garden

QEII Hospital staff and some valuable volunteers from Rotary and Bunnings have dug deep to establish a community garden on campus.

Pages