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Public health notice—gastro-intestinal illness

A number of people have presented to emergency departments in Metro South Health with gastro-intestinal illness.

PA hopsital nurse in Uganda

Nurse pays it forward in war torn Uganda

A Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) nurse is paying it forward in war torn Uganda – one brick at a time.

Kairos the dog going for a walk

Avoid gaining Santa's waistline this festive season

With Christmas fast approaching and end-of-year celebrations kicking off, there’s a big risk healthy habits may be thrown out the door, but a little planning can go a long way to avoid ge


Avoid food poisoning this festive season

Warm weather and catering for large get-togethers are two ingredients that can make the festive season a risky period for food poisoning.

PAH nursing award

PA Hospital Nursing Services receives state awards

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) has received two significant state awards this month, including the Premier’s Award for Excellence in Performance and the Queensland health Award for Exc

Family donating cuddle cot to Redland Hospital

Redland Hospital touched by generous gift

Redland Hospital’s birthing suite staff have expressed their gratitude for a generous and meaningful gift from local couple Aleece and Chris Thompson.

Dr Chris May

Dr May's top tips for keeping cool this summer

Redland Hospital’s Director of Emergency Dr Chris May shares some important tips for keeping cool and coping with this summer’s heat:

Bayside Community Care Unit now open

Redland City residents recovering from a mental illness can now stay closer to home and their loved ones following the opening of Bayside Community Care Unit (CCU) today.

Family donating a camera to Logan Hospital

Logan Hospital receives a gift for treasured memories

Logan Hospital’s birthing suite staff have been deeply touched by a generous and meaningful gift from local couple, Dani and Corey Hall.

Doctor with iPad

Radiology images and reports in the palm of your hand

A successful trial of a ByoD project (Bring Your Own Device) at Princess Alexandra Hospital now enables external access to radiology images via a Picture Archiving and Communication Syste