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Sporting Wheelies Showcase

Sporting Wheelies showcase

Sporting Wheelies put on a sporting exhibition at PA Hospital in July (today) as part of a showcase for spinal and brain injuries patients as well as new amputees to start the journey to

Patient Alan Cornick with Dr David Pryor

New hope for patients with head and neck cancers

Queenslanders with head and neck cancers could benefit from improved survival thanks to an Australian-first clinical trial being launched at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Carmel Atkinson at the Head and Neck Clinic

Head and neck cancer a tough pill to swallow

Ear, Nose and Throat surgeon Dr Ben Panizza has pulled together his band of merry surgeons for a free drop-in Head and Neck Clinic ahead of World Head & Neck Cancer day on 27th July.

Associate Professor Damien Thomson

Queensland’s first medical oncologist retires after 35 years

Associate Professor Damien Thomson was the first Medical Oncologist in Queensland but it certainly wasn’t the only first he encountered in his 35 years of dedication to cancer care.

iAward winners

PA Hospital team wins iAward for emergency department innovation

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s new emergency department "inpatient dashboard" was awarded a merit award at this week's Queensland iAwards.

Julianne Donnelly

PA Hospital Dietitian one of top five in the country

PA Hospital Dietitian, Julianne Donnelly, is one of five top dietitians in the country to be awarded an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian credential by the Dietitians Association of Australia.

Ian Frazer

Ian Frazer wins an 'Oscar of the research world'

Former Australian of the Year Professor Ian Frazer and his late Chinese colleague Jian Zhou have won a prestigious international award for developing the world's first vaccine against cer

Professor Stephen Lynch

PA Hospital surgeon recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours

Professor Stephen Lynch has been awarded the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) for eminent services to medicine in this week's Queen's Birthday Honour list.

PAH Trauma Team Medical Representatives 2015

PA Hospital receives Trauma Level 1 Verification

Princess Alexandra Hospital has received formal trauma level 1 verification as a result of its significant improvement of its trauma system over the recent years and its contribution to trauma care in Queensland.

Nicola Ward

Supportive workplace the key to success for PA Hospital orthopaedic surgeon

Dr Nicola Ward chose orthopaedics as a career as a fourth year medical student. Now, she is one of only three dozen or so female orthopaedic surgeons in Australia and Deputy Director of one of the nation’s busiest metropolitan orthopaedic departments.

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