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The front desk mission to foster positivity one patient at a time

Tessa is one of the first faces you see when you enter the PA Hospital, offering a warm smile and helpful directions to everyone she meets.  

PAH patient is Queensland First in Breakthrough Stroke Drug Trial

The first clinical trial patient in Queensland has been dosed at PA Hospital to test a world-first drug that protects brain tissue from dying following a stroke.

From Army pharmacist to Research Officer at Metro South Health

Dr Greg Kyle’s passion for health and helping others has been evident throughout his career, which started during his second year of pharmacy in 1986 as part of the Australian Army undergrad scheme. 

Meet the brain behind PAH trauma data

What do you get when you combine a nursing degree with special skills in data coding? At PA, the answer is coded in the mind and work of Trauma Data Manager Clair James.

A bloody good challenge

As Lifeblood donation champions at Metro South Health, we already know about the importance of donated blood in healthcare settings. For Rhys Fenn, Porterage Team Leader at Princess Alexandra Hospital, it meant saving his daughter's life. 

Health Needs Assessment Survey

Have your say on healthcare in our region!

Metro South Health and Brisbane South PHN want to learn more about the health and wellbeing of people living and working in our region. Tell us what matters to you in the online survey.

Princess Alexandra Hospital home to world first prostate cancer trial

A new treatment is being trialled for the first time at the PA Hospital to fight advanced prostate cancer.

PA Hospital worker uses incredible memory to spread joy

Brad Cahoon has a remarkable mind. The Brisbane man can recall significant moments in time at the drop of a hat, even down to the day and weather conditions. 

All heart for new PAH Heart, Lung and Critical Care Division

The new HLCC team is made up of services including Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit, Radiology and Medical Imaging, Vascular Medicine, and Respiratory & Sleep Medicine.

Hearing Voices Group turns up the volume on compassion

Outpatients who hear distressing voices are embracing a new lease on life thanks to the Woolloongabba Community Health Centre’s Hearing Voices Group.

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