QEII Jubilee Hospital’s 35th anniversary was celebrated in style in September with the attendance of current and long-serving staff, as well as the support of Metro South Health Board mem
Staff at QEII Hospital have been working hard to improve the nutrition of patients with their Feed not Fast project.
QEII Hospital patients suffering from Parkinson’s Disease are reaping the benefits of a newly-developed program designed to maintain and improve communication skills.
QEII Hospital has launched their commitment to the prestigious Pathway to Excellence® which will see them on a journey of celebration for the nursing profession and a commitment to excellence in patient care.
World Physiotherapy Day is an excellent opportunity to recognise the great work our physiotherapists perform with our patients at Metro South Health.
Staff at QEII Hospital have embraced the latest in communication techniques following the implementation of the COIN for ED professional program.
African drummers, Indonesian dancers and international food stalls were showcased this week across Metro South Health facilities to highlight cultural diversity throughout our region.
The newly opened Chronic Disease Brisbane South High Risk Foot Service at QEII Hospital is making significant advances to fight the battle against diabetes complications and reduce hospit
Metro South Health is experiencing an unprecedented emergency workload and record numbers of patients presenting to all of its emergency departments.
Access to physiotherapy services in regional and remote areas is set to improve thanks to an innovative PhD study by QEII Hospital physiotherapist Mark Nelson.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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