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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.

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Plant-based proving positive at PA Hospital

A happy healthy heart is just one of the benefits that can result from adopting a plant-based diet according to Princess Alexandra Hospital dietitian and Mediterranean diet researcher, Hannah Mayr.

Self Service cafe providing delicious healthy meals

Self service cafe providing delicious healthy meals

The All Real Food self service cafe is now available to staff and visitors in the Redland Hospital Women and Birthing foyer.

Extended cafe operating hours

Countdown to extended Café operating hours

Coochie Cafe will trial an extension of its operating hours in response to numerous requests from staff and visitors.

Patients rate Redland Hospital’s menu changes among best in state

Patients rate Redland Hospital’s menu changes among best in state

Redland Hospital’s Food Services has achieved the highest score for overall and food quality of the larger hospitals in Queensland that submitted data.

The Logan Hospital CBORD team

More nutrition help for high risk patients

A new system at Logan Hospital will put a greater focus on providing effective nutrition support to around 100 high risk and malnourished patients on the medical and surgical wards every

New menu at Redland Hospital

New menus provide wider choice for patients

Nutrition and Dietetics, Food Services, Speech Pathology and Nursing have worked in collaboration over the past several months to develop a new seven day menu for Redland Hospital.

Leading the way in hospital patient nutrition

Staff at QEII Hospital have been working hard to improve the nutrition of patients with their Feed not Fast project.

Metro South Health nutritionist

Logan nutritionists take out top multicultural award

They know their calories from their kilojoules and can tell you why low fat is a better substitute for full cream, and now Metro South Health’s expert nutritionists can add ‘award-winners