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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Wound management back on track thanks to Nurse Navigators

Living with the pain and inconvenience of venous leg ulcers is a challenge Nurse Navigators Lisa Sansee (pictured) and Joanne Irons are helping hundreds of patients say goodbye to.

Alpesh is QEII’s Nurse of the Year

In the most challenging year in a century for health practitioners, Clinical Nurse and Nursing Team Leader Alpesh Patel has been named QEII’s Nurse of the Year for clinical and leadership excellence.

Navigating diabetes made easier with dedicated nurses

The complexity of managing diabetes has become less burdensome for the estimated 1.2 million Australians diagnosed with the condition thanks to dedicated Nurse Navigators specialising in Endocrine Disorders and Diabetes at QEII Jubilee and Princess Alexandra Hospitals.

Supporting Patient Recovery at QEII Hospital

Eat Walk Engage fast tracks older patient recovery

Supporting older patients like Elaine Hanley to remain active and engaged during their hospital stay is a challenge QEII Hospital is addressing with the introduction of the Eat Walk Engage program.

Bert Therapy Dog brings joy to staff and patients

At just 20 months of age, Bert Evans may seem like a young pup on the wards of QEII Hospital, but make no mistake, QEII’s very own cravat-loving labradoodle is a veteran therapy dog.

Endoscopy back on track despite COVID-19

The QEII Endoscopy Team has weathered the COVID-19 storm with effective teamwork and a can-do attitude that reflects an unwavering commitment to patient care.

Critical Care capacity expanded with High Dependency model of care

QEII Hospital has a new solution for patients requiring a higher level of care with the establishment of a High Dependency model of care within the Intensive Care Unit.

Pandemic offers new opportunities for patient care

Proactive problem-solving has been at the forefront of QEII’s COVID-19 pandemic response, resulting in improved models of care for the Physiotherapy team.

Cooperation in the time of COVID

The once-in-a-century pandemic has highlighted the value of teamwork from the amazing staff at QEII Hospital.

Nursing Services shine during Year of the Nurse

As coronavirus has swept the globe, QEII’s Nursing Services team has risen to the challenge of managing patient care.