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Wynnum residents want better access to GP services

Wynnum residents want access to more GP services, including after-hours GP services and bulk billing, according to feedback received as part of community engagement around Metro South Hea

Man in dinner suit

A night under the stars benefits brain injury patients

It’s hard to know who will be the belle of the Brain Injuries Rehabilitation Ball with such an impressive cast of inspirational speakers.

Wynnum Health Precinct artists impression

Have your say on proposed Wynnum health and community precinct

Wynnum and Bayside residents have until next Monday (August 19) to provide feedback on Metro South Health’s vision for a new Health and Community Precinct on the former Moreton Bay Nursin

Logan Hospital entrance

Metro South Health patients reaping benefits of bypass ban

Reduced ambulance ramping, improved patient off-stretcher times and lower patient waiting times are just some of the positive results being seen at the four hospitals across Metro South H

Mother and baby

Babies in Metro South share a Royal birthday

There may not have been paparazzi camped out the front of Redland Hospital, but 35-year-old Meredith Morgan was as excited as any new mother to meet her baby girl.

Dr Noel Hayman opening the Inala Centre of Excellence

Health Minister opens Inala Centre of Excellence in Indigenous Health

Health Minister Lawrence Springborg has officially opened a new $7 million Centre of Excellence in Indigenous Health at Inala, ensuring better access to health services for the Aboriginal

Professor Ken Ho

Peptides a cancer relapse risk, says PAH endocrinology expert

Australia's pre-eminent expert on human growth hormone, Princess Alexandra Hospital's Professor Ken Ho, warns of the link between peptides which are a human growth hormone and the acceler

Rotary representatives and Redland Hospital staff

Redland Hospital babies benefit from generous Rotary Cleveland donation

Babies in the Special Care Nursery at Redland Hospital are benefitting from extra medical equipment, thanks to the Rotary Club of Cleveland and generous Bayside residents.

Bowel cancer screening kit

Bowel cancer screening essential for adults over 50

The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program is encouraging men and women turning 50, 55, 60 or 65 to participate in bowel cancer screening as part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month in June.

Dietitian Dr Katrina Campbell

PAH young achiever wins top nutrition award

Princess Alexandra Hospital dietitian Dr Katrina Campbell has been honoured with a national award by the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) less than 10 years after graduating from