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CARE-PACT training with Aged Care nurses

Renewing the CARE-PACT with nursing home staff

Princess Alexandra Hospital is helping to improve healthcare access for elderly Queenslanders by providing aged care staff with free and engaging education on the community services and hospital supports available for aged care residents. 

Spinal Injuries Community Garden bees

Spinal Injuries Unit buzzing with fun

A fun garden club at Princess Alexandra Hospital is helping patients with spinal injuries connect with each other and staff, while learning bee-keeping, gardening and cooking skills.

PAH internationally recognised for nursing excellence

PAH internationally recognised for nursing excellence

Princess Alexandra Hospital has once again demonstrated to the world that it is committed to nursing excellence and person-centred care by achieving its fourth international Magnet Recognition Program® designation.

Music therapy hits right note PAH

Music therapy hits the right notes for better health

Music is known to soothe the soul and research shows it can improve overall health too.

ARTIS pheno machine with Dean Davies and Kerri OBryan

Queensland first radiology machine treats patients faster with lower radiation dose

Queensland’s first ARTIS Pheno machine at Princess Alexandra Hospital is treating patients faster and with a lower dose of radiation

Ian Burns Graduate Nurse 2019

2018 nursing graduates step up

Each year, the Princess Alexandra Hospital Graduate Nurse Program produces a team of skilled, confident and compassionate nurses.

PAH dishes out greener alternative to plastic

PAH dishes out greener alternative to plastic

In a major win for the environment, a whopping 650,000 plastic kidney dishes used annually at Princess Alexandra Hospital will be replaced by a biodegradable alternative made from sugarcane fibre.

Logan plays its part in flood relief

Nursing reinforcements welcomed in Townsville

While the resilience of thousands of Townsville residents continues to inspire the nation, 10 individual nurses from Metro South Health have been welcomed as heroes at the local Hospital.

You don’t need to walk a mile in a patient’s shoes to understand how to make them feel safe and welcome, PA Hospital staff have noticed

PAH takes 15 steps towards better care

This week, 25 different clinical areas at Princess Alexandra Hospital learnt that you don’t need to walk a mile in a patient’s shoes to understand how to make them feel safe and welcome, 15 steps are enough.

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) staff will don the alternative colours in memory of Physiotherapist Emma Pettet who passed away unexpectedly last year at just 34 years of age.

PAH staff ‘raise the bat’ for colleague

At tonight’s Big Bash cricket match, there’ll be a spot of yellow and pink amongst the turquoise and green of the Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Stars supporters.

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