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Theatre cap challenge - PAH news

Nurse who? Names on theatre caps answers the question

This week, Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Surgical Care Unit embraced the Theatre Cap Challenge to improve communication among staff.

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Dr Barnes bids farewell to Logan Hospital

Dr Barnes bids farewell to Metro South Health

After several attempts already to retire, Dr Winton Barnes is hanging up his stethoscope for a well deserved quieter life with family.

Christine Young

PAH celebrates Lunar New Year

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) staff, visitors and patients joined billions of people around the world in welcoming the Year of the Dog at a Lunar New Year celebration in the hospital’

Skin Lesion Assessment Management

Specialist skin cancer clinic opens at PAH

Australia’s first specialist skin cancer clinic to offer assessment and surgical treatment in one visit has opened at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH), cutting surgery wait times by more than half.

parenteral nutrition team

PAH shines at MSH awards

Last week, staff from across Metro South Health came together to celebrate the dedication, ingenuity and compassion of their colleagues at the annual Metro South Health Australia Day Achievement Awards.

Twelve awards were presented covering a wide range of areas, including nursing, medicine, research, allied health, planning and information technology, and Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) was a double winner.

Brothers inern at PAH news

Brothers intern at PAH

After graduating from medicine together, this year two brothers are both launching their medical careers at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

cycling physios

PAH staff put down keys, pick up helmets

A new trial at Princess Alexandra Hospital is encouraging staff to feel good and have fun by cycling to visit community patients.

PAH welcomes 95 new doctors 2018

PAH welcomes 95 new doctors

After years of training, 95 new and enthusiastic medical interns have started work at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Mark Brooks PAH patient home for xmas

PAH patient home for Christmas

After more than 140 days in hospital, multiple surgeries and countless hours of rehabilitation, Princess Alexandra Hospital patient Mark Brooks is home for Christmas.

Safety equipment PAH news

Safety equipment key to avoiding DIY disasters this Christmas

New research has found common power tools can cause catastrophic injuries to do-it-yourself enthusiasts, with angle grinders and table saws causing the most harm.


PAH welcomes QLD Health’s most advanced MRI

Queensland Health’s most advanced MRI has commenced operation at Princess Alexandra Hospital, reducing outpatient wait times, improving disease diagnosis and treatment, and enabling ground-breaking research.