On Thursday (23 November), more than 200 people will sweat it out at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) as part of the annual Smiddy Fun Run for skin cancer research.
The generosity of living and deceased organ and tissue donors and their families will be recognised this Sunday (19 November) as part of DonateLife Thank You Day.
Not everyone can grow a mo, but this Movember Princess Alexandra Hospital staff were showing how everyone can support men's health by taking on the MOVE challenge.
Princess Alexandra Hospital has employed its first Intensive Care Outreach Service Clinical Facilitator to maximise patient safety.
Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) surgeon, Professor Stephen Lynch AC, has been appointed to the Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Board.
The Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Social Work Department has expanded its on call weekend service to the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit, by launching a seven day service.
Michael Paljakka was diagnosed with a rare life-threatening disease of the blood 20 years ago. But a trial through the Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Division of Cancer Services is giving him a new lease of life.
Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) Clinical Nurse Educator Cheryl Prescott was one of three Queensland nurses awarded a QSuper Nursing and Midwifery Leaders Conference Scholarships earlier this week.
Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) staff have helped a young patient celebrate turning 18 with the support of some scaly friends.
Planning is underway at the Princess Alexandra Hospital to prepare a business case for the updating of the Queensland Corrective Services and Queensland Health 12-bed Secure Unit at the hospital.
New technology that diagnoses influenza more quickly will be introduced at three hospitals on Brisbane’s southside, making future flu seasons easier to manage.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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