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PAH internationally recognised for nursing excellence

PAH internationally recognised for nursing excellence

Princess Alexandra Hospital has once again demonstrated to the world that it is committed to nursing excellence and person-centred care by achieving its fourth international Magnet Recognition Program® designation.

Music therapy hits right note PAH

Music therapy hits the right notes for better health

Music is known to soothe the soul and research shows it can improve overall health too.

Measles alert for south Brisbane

Queensland Health has been notified of a case of measles on Brisbane's southside.

Locations the person visited while likely to be infectious are:

Support a plenty for new ed grads

Support a plenty for new ED Grads

The Emergency Department has welcomed its team of incredible new grads who can look forward to a busy year ahead.

Rotary birthday book gifts for Logan babies

Rotary birthday book gifts for Logan babies

Every year like clockwork the Rotary Club of Logan, with a giant bag of beautiful books, make their delivery to babies born at Logan Hospital.

ARTIS pheno machine with Dean Davies and Kerri OBryan

Queensland first radiology machine treats patients faster with lower radiation dose

Queensland’s first ARTIS Pheno machine at Princess Alexandra Hospital is treating patients faster and with a lower dose of radiation

Ian Burns Graduate Nurse 2019

2018 nursing graduates step up

Each year, the Princess Alexandra Hospital Graduate Nurse Program produces a team of skilled, confident and compassionate nurses.

Nina named inaugural Award winner

Nina named inaugural Eddie Ngenda Award winner

A new award named in honour of one of Metro South Health’s longest serving employees has been presented to its first recipient Nina Ford.

Radio Lollipop launches new look playroom

Radio Lollipop launches new look playroom and teen retreat

There are no rules against having fun in hospital and Radio Lollipop are the experts at putting smiles on little people’s dials.

PAH dishes out greener alternative to plastic

PAH dishes out greener alternative to plastic

In a major win for the environment, a whopping 650,000 plastic kidney dishes used annually at Princess Alexandra Hospital will be replaced by a biodegradable alternative made from sugarcane fibre.

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