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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Visitors are able to attend our facilities in Metro South Health and will be required to wear a mask. Please refer to the visitor restrictions for more information.

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Acacia Ridge

New COVID-19 vaccination clinic rolls into Acacia Ridge

A mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic opened today at the Acacia Ridge Community Hall making it easier and more convenient for southside residents to get a COVID-19 jab.

Vale Associate Professor Brian Miller AM

One of PA Hospital’s most dedicated doctors and awarded medical educators, Associate Professor Brian Miller will be remembered for mentoring and inspiring countless medical trainees over decades of dedication to clinical training.

Safety and Response Officers part of the healthcare team

PA Hospital boasts a multicultural and ethnically diverse team of Safety and Response Officers who are dedicated to keeping staff, patients and visitors to the hospital safe and secure.

Solidarity in the midst of the pandemic

At a time where state borders seem like iron bars, there is nothing like the solidarity of health care workers to bring us all together.

The importance of medicine management in alcohol-associated liver disease

A common hurdle when managing people with alcohol-associated liver disease is the focus of a new review published in the Australian Prescriber by Princess Alexandra Hospital pharmacist Dr Kelly Hayward and hepatology research fellow Dr Amy Johnson.  

PAH leading the way in patient focussed melanoma care

Australia has the leading incidence of melanoma in the world, with Queensland skin cancer rates the highest in the country.

Managing chronic pain in the COVID era

Chronic pain sufferers are reporting benefits as telehealth becomes the unsung hero of the COVID era.

Renewed hope for Aussie Leukaemia patients

There is renewed hope for Australians living with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) and myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) thanks to a new international clinical trial.

Brand new fleet of analysers for PAH Pathology Laboratory

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Pathology Queensland Laboratory has received an upgrade, changing over the entire fleet of chemical pathology analysers.

Spinal Injuries team win gold for fun in local paralympics comp

Patients and staff of the Spinal Injuries Unit brought the vibe of the paralympics to the patients with a full scale afternoon of competitive fun.

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