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Language badges support our diverse community at QEII Hospital

Over 130 staff at QEII Hospital are taking part in a new Language Badge Initiative, wearing badges during their shift to indicate to patients what languages they can speak other than English.

Occupational Therapists providing hands-on care at QEII

Occupational Therapists at QEII Hospital are helping provide relief for patients waiting for surgery or removing their need for surgery all together.

Is your family protected from measles (2019)

Measles can be very dangerous, and can lead to pneumonia, brain inflammation and other serious illness. Make sure your family’s measles vaccinations are up to date.

Farewell Mike Kerin

Tomorrow, Friday September 27, marks Mike Kerin’s last day as Facility Manager of QEII as he retires after more than 50 years in the service of Queensland Health.

New Nurse Navigator brings 40 years experience to QEII

With close to 40 years of nursing experience under her belt, QEII Hospital’s newest Nurse Navigator Bea Stenvert, knows her stuff when it comes to frequent presenters to ED and complex needs.

QEII employment creating pathways for locals

From homeless to hopeful, local man Nathan Talbott is setting a shining example in the community, rapidly rising through the ranks of Operational Services at QEII Hospital.

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.

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