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Cathy Ellis celebrates ruby anniversary at QEII

Cathy Ellis has clocked up 40 years at QEII Hospital and she says she is still learning. Cathy said it was the start of a bond she has felt with the hospital that has endured alongside her love of working with the amazing QEII team.

"It's good being able to help them": Clive on life in Security

It was International Healthcare Security Officer Appreciation Day on 14 October and QEII's security staff were out in force, including Security Guard of 23 years Clive Bramham.

Bed boost benefits state COVID-19 response

QEII Hospital will soon be home to an additional 24 beds in Ward 5A courtesy of investment by the Queensland Government.

Teamwork tackles testing surge

Staff at QEII Hospital have risen to the challenge of containing a potential second outbreak of coronavirus in Queensland by scaling up COVID-19 testing capabilities following the identification of new virus case clusters.

Specialist Nurses support life planning after Parkinson’s Disease

Nurse Navigators who work within Metro South Health’s Movement Disorders Team are making a tangible difference to Queenslanders living with Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders.

It’s the task you do today you’ll thank yourself for tomorrow

BreastScreen Queensland has been providing high quality and nationally accredited breast screening services for over 25 years in Brisbane’s southside.

Vikki Tomlinson Nurse Navigator Disability

Nurse Navigators bridge care gap for patients with disability

Metro South Health’s Nurse Navigator service is paving the way to better health for patients with disability who are admitted to hospital.

Prescribing trial gets injured patients moving faster

In a first for Metro South Health, advanced physiotherapists working in QEII’s Emergency Department have been given the go ahead to prescribe certain medications to patients presenting with musculoskeletal injuries such as sprains, fractures and back pain.

Fun Shirt Friday takes off at QEII

Michael and Christopher Erian of QEII’s Juniors Doctors Society are not shy about flashing loud prints in the workplace.

QEII Independant Investigation - Insufficient Evidence

An independent investigation into claims that a patient was tied to a chair at Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital on 1 to 2 August has been conducted.

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