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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)


Nurses upskill to expand Logan Hospital ICU capacity

Ten nurses from across Logan Hospital are upskilling every week to boost its Intensive Care Unit workforce to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Spirits high among Logan Hospital heroes

They are working on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic but spirits are high among the team in the Logan Hospital Screening Clinic.

QEII providing an answer to Critical Care during COVID-19

QEII Hospital has become a key part of the Metro South Health plan providing expanded Intensive Care Unit capacity to cater for a potential influx of patients related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

PA Hospital ICU nurse honoured on Anzac Day

Carolyn Griffiths has served her country in war zones, but she’s also fighting on the frontline of a different kind at PA Hospital - saving the lives of people with COVID-19.

PAH iso cleaners on the frontline

PA Hospital cleaners on the frontline

Our cleaners at PA Hospital are on the frontline of clinical care, preventing the spread of germs, including COVID-19.

ICU nurse Megan

What it’s like to be an ICU nurse helping the sick beat COVID-19

ICU nurse Megan Davis is on the frontline in the battle against COVID-19, spending 12 hours a day sweltering in heavy protective equipment helping those infected to recover. 

COVID-19 Clinic work an honour for Redland Hospital frontline staff

Nurses working on Redland Hospital’s frontline have described caring for patients presenting to its COVID-19 Fever Clinic as an honour.

The team that confirms positive testing - Courier Mail excerpt

This man and his team have one of the most challenging tasks in Queensland’s fight against the coronavirus scourge.

Inside one of PA’s busiest clinics

The Princess Alexandra Hospital Infusion Service has relocated to the Clinical Research Facility in R wing to continue administering an average of 480 infusion treatments each month.

Corona Crusaders fight on the frontline

The medics in the trenches of Queensland’s war against COVID-19 are surprisingly fresh-faced and have a cheeky sense of humour.