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Young liver transplant patients at the PAH

Support for young transplant patients

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is helping young liver transplant patients move into adult care, with a new one-day program providing vital guidance and peer support. 

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Malnutrition awareness week at the PAH

PAH making nutrition SIMPLE

This Malnutrition Awareness Week, a new trial project at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is helping orthopaedic patients get the fuel they need to heal.

new awards funding research at PAH

New awards to fund innovative research at PAH

Innovative research projects at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) are set to receive a financial boost with the PA Research Foundation announcing new awards worth $100,000 each.

Renae McBrien native bee hive PAH

Community garden abuzz with new attraction

Patients, visitors and staff were buzzing when a native bee hive was installed at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) this week.

3d printed tibia implanted in world first surgery at PAH

3D printed tibia implanted in world-first surgery at PAH

In a world-first, surgeons at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) have transplanted a 3D printed tibia into a patient.

Ride for skin cancer research PAH

1600km ride for skin cancer research

Princess Alexandra Hospital's (PAH) Angela O'Connor and Tony Pratt have ridden 1600km from Townsville to Brisbane with 47 other riders, to raise money for skin cancer research.

Building 1 cladding assessment

In late June, the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) was made aware of a potential concern with some of the cladding installed on Building 1 and the Central Energy Unit.

Gail Shearer, Womens Legal Service

PAH expands support for patients experiencing DFV

Female patients experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV) now have access to free, on-site family law, domestic violence and child protection legal advice at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Mohamed Stroke Survivor

Speech pathologists changing lives with communication

Mohamed sustained a stroke in February. He says PAH speech pathologists have helped in a tremendous way, encouraging him to be calm and courageous.

John Huntley retires just shy of a half-century

PAH employee retires just shy of a half-century

After 47 years working at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH), Radiology Theatre Senior John Huntley has retired.

Australian Translational Genomics Centre (ATGC) opening

Queensland-first genomics centre to transform cancer treatment

Each year more than 2000 Queenslanders will have access to DNA sequencing to identify cancer-causing genetic mutations, with the opening of a new genomics centre at PAH.

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