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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

The first clinical PET-MRI in Australia in use at the PA Hospital

PA Hospital personalising treatment for cancer patients with Australian first PET-MRI technology

PA Hospital commenced scanning with the first clinical PET-MRI in Australia in December 2014 and already PAH has completed more clinical studies in its first six months using this amazing

Associate Professor Sandro Porceddu, patient Arthur Davis and his wife Guliana Davis

$7M clinical trial funding set to save lives

Queensland cancer patients are set to benefit from greater access to world-leading treatments thanks to a five-year funding deal worth $7 million for independent clinical trials in Queensland hospitals.

Volunteers assisting Orthopaedics with dementia patients

Volunteers assisting dementia patients in Orthopaedics

A dedicated team from Volunteer Services has assisted Orthopaedics at PA Hospital to reduce both the anxiety of dementia patients, as well as the length of stay for those patients following a hip fracture.

Southside hospitals facing unprecedented pressure

Metro South Health is experiencing an unprecedented emergency workload and record numbers of patients presenting to all of its emergency departments.

Associate Professor Graeme Macdonald with Matthew Wallen and trial participant John Weiland

Australian first trial at PA Hospital improving the outcome after liver transplant

Liver transplant patients are being encouraged to exercise at their sickest to give them the best shot at life after surgery.

Team approach to Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Team approach to Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Jacqueline Beitzl loves horses, reading, and beading; but she’s not into team sports since her brain injury in July last year.

Palaszczuk Government delivers $14.6 million brain injury funding boost

The Palaszczuk Government is delivering an extra $14.6 million to support Queenslanders living with brain injuries.

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