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Ed Sheeran and Dame Edna drop by CIU

It’s not every day Ed Sheeran and Dame Edna pop by while you’re resting in bed.

Graduate Open Day

Grad Open Day success

It’s little wonder the Logan, Beaudesert and Redland hospital’s Graduate Nursing and Midwifery Open Day last week was such a huge success.

PAH Pharmacy slashing unnecessary waste

Departments across the Princess Alexandra Hospital are continuing to look at ways to reduce clinical waste across the campus with Pharmacy popping the tabs on some key changes that have resulted in $40,000 of savings from reducing discarded medications.

Patients liver-ing their best life

Patients with liver failure will have the support of an integrated team thanks to a new model of care from the Princess Alexandra Hospital Hepatology Clinic.

Neurology Movement Disorders

"Moving" out to Wynnum

The Metro South Neurology Movement Disorders team is now based at Gundu Pa, Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre.

Delta Dog

Delta Dog comforts Casuarina patients

There’s only one thing better than Fridays, and that’s Fridays with dog cuddles! Those ears!

Gavin’s road recovery from life-changing trauma

Suffering horrific injuries in a workplace incident earlier this year, Gavin Boekel is now on the road to recovery at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and coming to terms with the incident that almost cost his life.

MGP Breastfeeding

Midwifery Group Practice empowering parents with support

Empower Parents, Encourage Breastfeeding.

That’s was this year’s message for World Breastfeeding Week last week.

Marina Trivunovic

Meet Marina Trivunovic... Logan Hospital's new Community Advisor Program Coordinator

Logan Hospital’s new Community Advisor Program Coordinator Marina Trivunovic is gathering her volunteer wayfinding army who will provide crucial support to patients and staff as construction begins on expansion projects across the facility.

Hopkins Centre receives grant to help connect those with a disability

Metro South Health and Griffith University’s Hopkins Centre has launched a citizen science project allowing people with disabilities to share their experiences and stories to improve the services that these people need and use.

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