Logan Hospital’s OT team have marked their special week with some every day challenges faced by their own patients.
Mums-to-be can reduce their risk of developing gestational diabetes by adopting healthy habits such as a well-balanced diet and regular physical activity.
Redland Hospital staff are leading the way in supporting our Deaf and hard of hearing patients and carer’s to experience safer healthcare.
Becoming Australia’s first digital health service, bringing services closer to home and building world-class facilities are just some of the benefits we delivered to the community in 2017-18.
The new Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre, Gundu Pa is celebrating the first anniversary of a new era in health care for the Wynnum community.
Only halfway through its18-month trial at Princess Alexandra Hospital and Australia’s first specialist skin cancer clinic to offer assessment and surgical treatment in one visit has already cut wait times from six months to 35 days.
Metro South Health's Multicultural Health Day brought together Logan’s culturally and linguistically diverse community to learn more about the aged care and disability services available in the area.
This Ed Sheeran may be an alpaca but the sensational visit of the woolly local and his buddy Tim Tam has delighted patients and staff alike.
Metro South Health’s Pathways to Inclusion employment program has begun at Logan Hospital providing 15 successful applicants with pre-employment training.
Logan Hospital’s Emergency Department is now the first hospital in the state to score a Digital Nurse Autonomy Trifecta.
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