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Dr Amy Johnston is PA Hospital’s Nurse of the Year

The auditorium rained down with applause when Research Fellow, Dr Amy Johnston was named PA Hospital’s Nurse of the Year at this year’s International Nurses Day celebrations.

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The Profession of Nursing is in the genes

PA Hospital registered nurse, Isabel Byron is publicly acknowledging the inspiration for her own nursing career with a special message to the PAH nurse who is her mentor - her mum, Angela Byron.

Interim Admission Centre working well through Transit Care Hub

The Transit Care Hub at PA Hospital is trailing a new model of care called the Interim Admission Centre (IAC) which is proving to be an enormous benefit to patient flow through the Emerge

Brain Injury Rehab Unit's new artwork provides an escape

A new artwork in the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit at PA Hospital is a breath of fresh air for all users of the courtyard to counteract the feeling of confinement brought on by lockdowns and visitor restrictions.

We are looking for Winter Warriors to help our health service better prepare for influxes of respiratory viruses

Metro South Public Health Unit is embarking on the Winter Respiratory Viruses Sentinel Surveillance Program and are looking for volunteers (staff and community) to take part for up to 12-weeks to help enhance individual and community health.

The new doctor of nursing (PhD) at PA Hospital

PA Hospital’s Director of Nursing in the Division of Medicine, Adriana Hada, is now also a doctor after completing her PhD focussing on clinical handover.

Governor of Queensland visit to PAH

Governor of Queensland visits Princess Alexandra Hospital

Governor of Queensland, Her Excellency Dr Jeannette Young and Professor Nimmo visited Princess Alexandra Hospital to thank and acknowledge healthcare staff for their ongoing dedication to the community.

Dr Honor Magon and Dr Emily Steel are Fulbright Scholars

Metro South’s brightest awarded prestigious scholarships

Two Metro South Health staff have been awarded prestigious Fulbright scholarships and will travel to the United States to participate in research collaboration with peers overseas.  

Dietitians improve lives

Dietitians at PA Hospital are serving up their unique nutritional insight as an essential portion of the specialist health care team to optimise recovery and quality of life for patients every day.

metro south clinical TB service 2022

TB team passionate about eliminating tuberculosis

The Metro South Clinical Tuberculosis Service based at PA Hospital is passionate about eliminating tuberculosis both locally and globally with a team of doctors,  nurses and administration staff dedicated to identifying active cases and managing historical cases of TB to prevent the spread.

Close the Gap interactive artwork GARU

PA unveils interactive art installation as part of National Close the Gap Day

As part of National Close the Gap Day held on 17 March, PA Hospital undertook a number of engagement activities to reaffirm our commitment to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.