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ERAS pathway provides gold standard of care post-surgery at PAH

Innovative staff at the PA Hospital are constantly looking at new ways to improve patient outcomes, with the ERAS pathway a fantastic example of that.

45 years in the (Tissue) Bank

PA Hospital’s Clinical Nurse at the Queensland Tissue Bank, Laley Clark is putting her career on ice after 45 years of fond memories in the profession.

A cultural connection transcends borders at SIU

A heart-warming display of support and gratitude for staff at PA Hospital’s Spinal Injuries Unit (SIU) transcended borders with a visit from the Peruvian Ambassador.

Vascular NUM retires after four decades of nursing

After four remarkable decades of nursing some of Queensland’s most complex patients, PA Hospital's Vascular NUM Theresa O’Keefe is hanging up the scrubs for the last time.

Leap year an opportunity to reflect on rich history of PA Hospital

The Princess Alexandra Hospital has been continuing to grow and deliver for its community since it was first built in 1956, with the most recent $350 million expansion funding a testament

Pups make a pawsitive difference to staff wellbeing at PAH

Dogs of all shapes and sizes made a special appearance at the PA Hospital, as part of a unique wellness program spreading happiness and head pats across the wards. 

Hearing Aid Bank welcomes its newest ambassador

As he prepares to wrap up a 28-year tenure at PA Hospital’s Prosthetics and Orthotics unit, ESO Lawrence Molloy is "not retiring but rewiring."

SIU welcomes its inaugural Associate NUM

PA Hospital’s Spinal Injuries Unit has appointed its inaugural Associate Nurse Unit Manager, Jose Augustine.

Artist impressions reveal new look of PA Hospital expansion

In an exciting project milestone, new artist impressions show what the $350 million expansion at Princess Alexandra Hospital will look like. 

PAH surgeon gathers with global experts in research and innovation

From Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital to Changsha in China, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Dr Michael Wagels has travelled more than 15,000 kilometres, with one mission in mind.