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Unveiling Indigenous murals at PA Mental Health Inpatient Unit

A fusion of colour, culture and community with one clear message at its core – ‘this is a space that welcomes you’.

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Acknowledging National Reconciliation Week

This week, Metro South Health hospitals gathered to acknowledge National Reconciliation Week. 

Priced just right for Flo’s Lamp Winners

The month of May signals the return of a much-loved International Nurses Day competition, Flo’s Lamp, with the EDNS Team (Permanent Nurse Pool) taking home 'the Price is Right' prize.

Aunty Glenda recognised for her commitment

During the 50 year celebration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS), PA Hospital's own Aunty Glenda was recognised as a life member of the organisation.

familial melanoma clinic 2023

Australasia’s first Familial Melanoma Clinic at PA Hospital taking genetic testing to the next level

Australasia’s first Familial Melanoma Clinic based at PA Hospital is reducing the risks for families of known melanoma patients thanks to the introduction of a genetic counsellor.

Specialist team recognised for excellent care

The multidisciplinary team at PA Hospital Acute Cognitive Ward have been recognised at this year’s International Nurses Day Awards for invaluable specialty care they provide in one of the hospital’s more challenging settings.

Matty McDonnell crowned PA Hospital 2023 Nurse of the Year

Larger than life Clinical Nurse Consultant, Matthew McDonnell, has taken out the coveted PA Hospital Nurse of the Year Award for 2023. 

Supermarket prosecuted for possession and sale of vaporisers containing nicotine

Metro South Public Health Unit has successfully prosecuted Zam Zam Supermarket in Kuraby for possession and sale of personal vaporisers (vapes) containing nicotine.

Construction tenders awarded for major expansions of Logan and Princess Alexandra hospitals

John Holland has been awarded the tenders to deliver the Logan Hospital Stage 2 Expansion Project and the Princess Alexandra Hospital Expansion.

World first successful nerve repair surgery

The first patient of an ongoing clinical trial has recovered well following world-first sutureless nerve repair surgery performed at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

PAH Volunteer and former patient standing proud this ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day is special for PA Hospital Volunteer, Robin Franklin, who is using the day to reflect on his very colourful life.