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Blankets made with love gifted to PAH patients

Palliative care patients who are approaching the end of their life at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) are being gifted a special token of kindness—a unique blanket, made with love b

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Redland Hospital farewells Dr Bell

Redland Hospital farewells inspiring Dr Bell

Much loved and admired Acting Director Medical Services Dr Brian Bell has bid farewell to Redland Hospital as he embarks on a new role as Executive Director Medical Services at the PAH.

Tai chi at PAH April No Falls

PAH staff get active for falls awareness

This April No Falls, Princess Alexandra Hospital took a fun approach to falls prevention awareness—holding a large Tai Chi session in the Main Foyer to promote the benefits of exercise and balance techniques.

Georgia Godwin PAH

Games medallist returns to work at PAH

Commonwealth Games medal-winning gymnast and Medical Imagery Assistant Georgia Godwin has returned a hero to Princess Alexandra Hospital, after realising her dream of representing Australia at the Games.

Metro South Health's new command centre ready for the busy winter season

A new state-of-the-art command centre will help alleviate the pressure on hospitals and ambulances across the Metro South Health region.

Anna Nolan - PAH Parkinson's Disease Nurse Navigator

PAH nurse helps patients with Parkinson’s navigate their healthcare

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s first Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Navigator is helping patients manage the life-long disease. This Parkinson's Awareness Week, Anna Nolan said more than 17,000 Queenslanders were living with Parkinson’s.   

Measles alert for Brisbane and Logan

The Metro South Public Health Unit (MSPHU) has confirmed four cases of measles in the Metro South area during the last three weeks.

Epilepsy wait list PAH news

PAH nurse tackles epilepsy wait list

Australia’s first Epilepsy Nurse Practitioner, who is able to diagnose and treat patients, has started at the Princess Alexandra Hospital—improving access to care for the Metro South Health community.

Harmony day at PAH news

Harmony Day at PAH—everyone belongs

This week, the heavy rain didn’t stop Princess Alexandra Hospital from celebrating its cultural diversity at a Harmony Day event in the community garden.

A new dementia telehealth service based at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) could help close the gap for Indigenous Australians.

Telehealth closing the gap on Indigenous health

A new dementia telehealth service based at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) could help close the gap for Indigenous Australians, who experience dementia at a rate three-to-five times higher than the non-Indigenous population in Australia.

PAH female tradie Hannah Watts

PAH tradie hopes to spark change

This Queensland Women’s Week, Princess Alexandra Hospital’s only female trade apprentice is encouraging other young women to start a trade.