A Respiratory nurse at Princess Alexandra Hospital has taken out the top prize for her research into the quality of life of patients with pulmonary artery hypertension.
The Gamma Knife® Centre of Queensland at Princess Alexandra Hospital continues to kick goals with a record 30 occasions of service last week using the Queensland-first technology.
Queensland Health has been notified of a total of 19 cases of measles on Brisbane's southside area. New cases have come from new family groups as well as contacts of previous cases.
Preaching an active lifestyle to patients is part of the job as an Occupational Therapist at PA Hospital, yet one staff member is going above and beyond to walk the walk, not just talk the talk.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced a $1.85 million upgrade to patient amenities in the state’s Spinal Injuries Unit at Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Two years on from a world-first surgery, Reuben Lichter (29) is still defying the odds, able to walk again after the implantation of a 3D-printed tibia bone.
Over 25,000 anaesthetics were performed at Princess Alexandra Hospital in 2018, that’s an average of 480 patients each week attended by our Anaesthetists working around the clock on campus.
Measles can be very dangerous, and can lead to pneumonia, brain inflammation and other serious illness. Make sure your family’s measles vaccinations are up to date.
Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Emergency nurses resuscitated the flash mob this week, taking over the foyer with dance to celebrate International Emergency Nurses Day.
Queensland’s first ever Intensive Care Unit Outreach Service is celebrating 10 years of service at the Princess Alexandra Hospital this month.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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