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QEII Hospital fights antibiotic resistance

QEII Hospital fights antibiotic resistance

QEII Hospital’s multidisciplinary team of antibiotic resistance fighters are battling harder than ever to protect one of medicine’s best weapons—antibiotics.

SOS Xmas appeal

PAH nursing leaders hit the streets to support homeless

Once a fortnight, Princess Alexandra Hospital nursing leaders voluntarily take to the streets in an outreach van to provide nourishment and health advice to Brisbane’s homeless. 

QEII inner ear physio service

QEII patients on solid ground with inner ear physiotherapy service

Patients who require ongoing physiotherapy treatment for inner ear disorders (vestibular dysfunction) are receiving follow-up care three times faster thanks to a new outpatient service at QEII Hospital.

QEII christmas appeal 2018

QEII launches Christmas appeal to help connect children with healthcare

This Christmas season, QEII Hospital is collecting thousands of soft toys to gift to disadvantaged local children in the community to help build trust and connection between entire families and the hospital. 

Special teddies put smiles on little faces

Special teddies put smiles on little faces

Margaret Campbell may live in Cobram Victoria but she doesn’t let that stop her making a difference to Logan Hospital’s little patients.

ED improving services for CALD patients

Emergency Department improving service for CALD patients

Improving multicultural awareness in the Emergency Department has been a big focus for staff recently thanks to senior ED Registered Nurse Mitikie Worku.

New caemras help tackle occupational violence

New cameras help tackle occupational violence

Every Logan Hospital MSS officer will now wear a body worn camera whilst on duty in an effort to improve safety for all staff and patients across the facility.

VECTRA machine PAH

PAH-first skin cancer detection system to roll out across East Coast

Next year, Princess Alexandra Hospital will be at the centre of the world's first network of 3D skin cancer detecting machines (VECTRA) set to revolutionise the fight against melanoma by digitally generating a patient's full-body avatar.

Don’t touch bats

The Metro South Public Health Unit is reminding the public not to approach, touch or handle distressed or dead bats, with the current heatwave causing more bats to fall from trees.

Metro South Health Research Grants Announcement invitation

3-million funding boost for health research

A record $3.75 million has been awarded to 40 ground-breaking health and medical research projects at the 2019 Metro South Health Research Grants Announcement.

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