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Snug as bugs in rugs at Beauy

As we head into Winter, babies born at Beaudesert Hospital will be snug as bugs in rugs thanks to a generous donation of cot quilts from the local quilters club.
 

44 years of L.O.V.E in Kidney Services

Nurse Practitioner (NP) by day and International Nurses Day Award winner by twilight, Haemodialysis NP Veronica Oliver has wrapped up her PAH career in the LOVE-liest way, after claiming the International Nurses Day L.O.V.E (Living Our Values Everyday) Award. 

The mighty team caring for those who care for patients at PA Hospital

The Patient Safety and Quality team may be small but there's no doubt about their huge contributions in caring for those who care for patients at the PA Hospital. 

Additional beds open at PA Hospital High Dependency Dialysis Unit

The $5.8 million expansion of the High Dependency Haemodialysis Unit at the Princess Alexandra Hospital is now complete with Stage 2 of the expansion increasing inpatient capacity by three additional treatment spaces.

Cleanliness meets friendliness at QEII

It’s always sunny at QEII Hospital, thanks to friendly faces like Operational Support Officer Donna Cali.

A Cinematic Stand Against Domestic Violence

In recognition of Domestic and Family Violence Awareness Month, Dyana Amaya MSH Senior Social Worker, DFV Workforce Specialist and Catherine Walsh PAH Domestic and Family Violence Coordinator, arranged a poignant film viewing of "The Last Drop".

Funding for Parkinson’s disease treatments targeting the gut microbiome

Researchers based at Australia’s Translational Research Institute (TRI) have received major funding from the United States Department of Defense (DoD) to develop Parkinson’s disease (PD) treatments by targeting the gut microbiome.

USINs a welcome addition to Spinal Injuries Unit

The nursing cohort at PAH’s Spinal Injuries Inpatient Unit is benefiting from the addition of eight University Students in Nursing (USINs) since early 2024.

Nitrous oxide misuse can cause paralysis and death

PA Hospital toxicologist is imploring people to heed the warning that abusing the gas from canisters, known colloquially as ‘nangs’, has the potential for serious health consequences.

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