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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Visitors are currently not able to attend our facilities. Please refer to the visiting hours on visiting restrictions for more information.

Find out where to get tested at one of our fever clinic locations, where to get vaccinated, our COVID-19 response and read the latest Queensland Government information.


Allied Health steps up against pandemic

QEII physios and occupational therapists traded their sensory and rehabilitation tools for PPE and swabs last month in a show of support for the hospital’s COVID-19 screening clinic.

App research caring for carers

QEII Hospital Emergency Nurse Practitioner and PhD Candidate, Hui (Grace) Xu, is researching a user-friendly smartphone app to manage stress and reduce burnout in hospital emergency departments (ED).  

QEII providing an answer to Critical Care during COVID-19

QEII Hospital has become a key part of the Metro South Health plan providing expanded Intensive Care Unit capacity to cater for a potential influx of patients related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

QEII celebrates culturally diverse community for Harmony Week

QEII Hospital staff came together to celebrate the diversity of staff and patients within the QEII community as part of Harmony Week in March.

QEII using novel ways to educate staff

QEII Hospital Emergency Department staff are rallying together, using new ways to engage and educate the team on clinical guidelines that improve safety for everyone.

QEII Hospital welcomes new doctors

After years of training, 10 new and enthusiastic medical interns have started work at QEII Hospital.

QEII Hospital newest recruit paves the way through sport

Ukraine-born medical intern, Anastasia Osadchuk, has seen more of the world than most but she says it was the wealth of opportunities offered growing up in Australia and the momentum of a sporting career which led to her career start as one of QEII hospital’s new doctors.

Let them drink tea

As part of the Eat, Walk, Engage Program running across QEII Hospital, patients on Ward 2AM have been treated to their favourite hot drink which hasn’t been previously available.

3000 toys donated by the QEII Hospital community

Local disadvantaged children will have a wonderful Christmas boost thanks to the donation of more than 3000 toys from the QEII Hospital community.

QEII helps to Boost patient’s spirits

Since June of this year, Ward 5B has been working to boost their patient’s recovery through movement, following a concept introduced in the UK.