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Gadgets give independence to people with MND

Gadgets give independence to people with MND

‘Siri’ and ‘Alexa’ are improving independence and quality of life for people living with progressive neurological conditions such as Motor Neuron Disease (MND).

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Artist Shara Delaney birth suites

Culturally safe birth suite making new mums more comfortable

Attending a cultural training session was enough to inspire Redland Hospital midwife Rebecca Clark to make a difference.

Restful Environment Project Trial - PAH news

Sound sleep now available at PA Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital has helped patients get the rest they need to recover, with a new trial project improving patient satisfaction in regards to sleep by an average of 28 per cent.  

Sod turning signals start for new healthcare centre

Work has begun on the new, state-of-the-art Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre (Gundu Pa)*.

The Spinal Injuries Unit celebrating the donation of a BBQ and landscaping items for patients rehabilitation

Spinal Injuries cooking their way through rehab

The Spinal Injuries Unit celebrated the opening of an equal access electric BBQ for use by patients and families of the unit in November with its maiden grilling.

QEII dental clinic

Makeover for QEII Hospital dental clinic

The dental clinic at QEII Hospital has received a $120,000 renovation so that staff can more easily treat clients with disabilities.

Bayside Community Care Unit now open

Redland City residents recovering from a mental illness can now stay closer to home and their loved ones following the opening of Bayside Community Care Unit (CCU) today.

Cr Steve Swenson and Stephanie Masters

Local superheroes jump for Logan children's ward

Logan Hospital’s new Children’s Inpatient Unit will be brimming with new play equipment when it opens next year, thanks to three local Logan ‘superhero’ identities whose leap from a bunge

Logan Hospital community care unit

Community Care Unit opens in Logan

A new 16 bed residential facility opened today will provide Logan residents recovering from mental illness the opportunity to make a better transition to independent living.