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The Spinal Injuries Unit celebrating the donation of a BBQ and landscaping items for patients rehabilitation

Spinal Injuries cooking their way through rehab

The Spinal Injuries Unit celebrated the opening of an equal access electric BBQ for use by patients and families of the unit in November with its maiden grilling.

PAH nurses Ashlee Hayes and Samantha Boustead offering their services at Goondiwindi Hospital

Goondiwindi stint for Permanent Nursing Pool staff benefits all

PA Hospital’s well equipped and highly skilled Permanent Nurse Pool has responded to the call to assist with incidental staffing pressures at Goondiwindi Hospital so that nurse-to-patient

PA Hospitals Dementia Clinical Nurse Consultant, Fred Graham, practicing diversonal therapy with a patient

Dementia Nursing at PAH gains international recognition

The work of PAH’s Dementia Clinical Nurse Consultant, Fred Graham, and his team is gaining national and international traction with a number of awards and recognition for work in dementia

Queensland Cancer Control Analysis Team Biostatistician based at PA Hospital, Nathan Dunn

Young Australians more likely to be diagnosed with a ‘rare’ cancer

New data released in November at a meeting of cancer experts in Hobart highlighted the impact of rare cancers on children, teens and young adults, with experts saying people under 24 are

The new Cyclotron facility at PA Hospital delivering PET technology

PA Hospital building local capability to deliver PET technology with Cyclotron facility

A new facility at Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital will greatly improve Queenslanders access to the benefits of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanning.

First non-invasive aortic valve replacement at PAH

PA Hospital’s first minimally invasive aortic valve replacement performed

PA Hospital has performed its first minimally invasive aortic valve replacement which is a step towards PAH becoming a centre for minimally invasive cardiac surgery.

Dr Kerstin Wyssusek with this year’s cohort of Provisional Fellows in the Anaesthetic Department

The future of excellent anaesthetic care at PA Hospital

The future of excellent anaesthetic care is here at PA Hospital with this year’s cohort of Provisional Fellows setting an impressive precedent by all undertaking further postgraduate educ

Emergency Department volunteers with patient

Volunteer project in Emergency

Volunteers have been an integral part of the patient experience at PA Hospital for many years with yet another successful example in Emergency.

Associate Professor Margot Lehman with patient Susan Hewlett and therapist Jennie Baxter

PA Hospital breast cancer treatment now improving survival with added protection for the heart

New Technology at Princess Alexandra Hospital used in the treatment of breast cancer is protecting the heart from radiation doses used to treat cancer.

PAH Interpreter Services

Language no barrier at PA Hospital

The most culturally and linguistically diverse population in Queensland didn’t stop Princess Alexandra Hospital from servicing more than 22,000 interpreter requests last financial year, e