A new community space affectionately named The Flamin-Go Between – due to its position between inpatient and therapy areas – is helping patients in Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Spinal Injuries Unit to relax and feel connected.
Redland Hospital has unveiled its medical officer award winners for 2018 for Best and Fairest PHO/Registrar; Best and Fairest House Officer; and Rising Star for the Rural Generalist Intern whose record reflected ongoing and continuous growth within their first year.
TESA, ‘The eHealth Service Assistant’, speaks 26 languages and counting, dances and jokes on command, and will soon be brightening the days of hospital patients across Queensland including at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
The Medical Imaging team has won this year’s Allied Health research showcase award for their work into the best scanning technique for patients with atrial fibrillation which has already made a difference across the department.
Orthopaedic surgeons at QEII Hospital are expanding the measure of success for surgery to include patient feedback months and years post-surgery, in the hopes to one day better determine people’s best surgical options.