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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.

Find out where to get tested at one of our fever clinic locations, where to get vaccinated, our COVID-19 response and read the latest Queensland Government information.


PA Hospital expands Breast Cancer Specialist Nursing Service

With the incidence of breast cancer on the rise across Australia, Princess Alexandra Hospital has expanded its specialist nursing support service to benefit more patients from the Metro South region.

New Clinical Ethics Coordinator begins at PAH

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s long-standing Clinical Ethics Coordinator, Jenny Jones, has officially handed over the reins, retiring this month from the role.

Australian-first transplant tech saves ‘more lives every year’

NEW technology which creates a “mini intensive care unit for livers” has safely expanded the number of donor livers transplanted in Queensland by more than 10%, giving life and hope back to people who urgently need a new liver to survive.

PA Hospital’s milestone 5000th kidney transplant

Oceania’s largest kidney transplant unit, the Queensland Kidney Transplant Service (QKTS) at Princess Alexandra Hospital has achieved a milestone 5000 kidney transplants on 22 June this year.

Not all falls risks fit the mould: The Physio Perspective

While every patient at every stage of their admission is a falls risk, each clinical profession has a key role to play to ensure the safe transition from hospital to home.

PAH’s resident IronWoman celebrates 20 years at the Hospital

The familiar face of the Medical Education Unit, Dr Angela O’Connor is celebrating 20 years of initiating many medical interns through the start of their career at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Looking after your child’s mental wellbeing: school holiday stressbusters

School Holidays are supposed to be relaxing. But, holidays are also a time when parents may recognise the signs of anxiety or stress in their children.

GARU unveils Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wall of Acknowledgment

In honour of the new chapter in their lives for patients of the Geriatric and Rehabilitation Unit at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, a new artwork was unveiled yesterday at the entrance to the building.

Run or walk to support cancer research this year

After succumbing to the pandemic last year, Bridge to Brisbane is back with a group of dedicated staff members joining forces to raise vital funds for medical research through the PA Research Foundation (PARF).

Language Badge Project launches at PAH

Following its success at QEII Hospital, the Language Badge Project officially launched this month at PA Hospital and across Metro South Health.