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PAH welcomes 87 new doctors

After years of training, 87 new and enthusiastic medical interns have started work at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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One of a kind service helping MND sufferers at home

Queensland’s only community-based service for patients with Motor Neurone Disease is reducing unnecessary admissions to hospital through the team’s home visitation service which gives staff direct insights into the disease journey for these clients.

PA’s Gamma Knife Centre receives generous donation

The Gamma Knife Centre Queensland at PA Hospital has received a generous donation in honour of a former patient resulting in the waiting room being renamed the Garry Reichart Gamma Knife Lounge in his memory.

New clinic predicts high-risk familial breast cancer and provides intervention before cancer develops

A new Preventative High-Risk Familial Breast Cancer Clinic has launched at Princess Alexandra Hospital to advance the benefits of world-leading research so that patients with a high risk of cancer receive predictive analysis and early intervention.

PA celebrates Nurse Practitioner Week

PA Hospital nurse, Veronica Oliver, has been appointed to the unique position of Nurse Practitioner Nurse Navigator for Nephrology bringing 40 years of experience to the newly funded role.

PAH’s Simulation Service bringing Santa to training

PA Hospital’s Simulation Service is bringing some Christmas cheer to the Patient Assessment Program for the month of December.

Jenny Andrews retires from PA Hospital after 45 years of service

After 45 years of service to the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Director of Nursing Jenny Andrews has embarked on retirement.

PA nurse world record attempt for surf safety

PA anaesthetic nurse champions Guinness World Record Attempt

One of Princess Alexandra Hospital’s anaesthetic nurses, Ann-Sophie Sullivan will be wearing a different hat this weekend as she rallies troops of beach-goers for a world record attempt t

rehabilitating with bees

Rehabilitating with native bees

A unique horticultural therapy program at the Princess Alexandra (PA) Hospital is integrating native bee hives into therapy and rehabilitation for their patients.

PAH CNC Fellowship recognition

One of Princess Alexandra Hospital’s longest serving members of the Infection Control team has been recognised for her contribution to the field, receiving the highest honour within her professional group.

Codeine rescheduling proving positive at PAH

Results from a new study released this week show an 85% reduction in presentations at the Princess Alexandra Hospital related to lower dose codeine products (>30mg) since they were rescheduled in early 2018.

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