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New local service changing patients’ lives

A new treatment available now at Logan Hospital is changing the lives of patients requiring regular treatment for autoimmune disorders.

Phlebotomists assisting patients at QEII ED

A team of phlebotomists has been introduced to the QEII Emergency Department as part of a trial to reduce patient wait times for diagnoses and provide the best patient care.

GEDI’s form part of the Order at QEII

May the force be with the over 75’s on Brisbane’s southside thanks to the new GEDI which landed at QEII Hospital last month.

Who is the biggest falls risk?

Falls champion in Orthopaedics, Bonnie Cowan knows that the most typical candidate for a fall on her ward is not an elderly patient but a middle-aged male who reassures staff he is ‘okay’.

PAH donates lifesaving equipment to Sierra Leone

Princess Alexandra Hospital has made a life changing donation to the main hospital of Sierra Leone with a staff member making the journey to her home country to donate the medical equipment to Kambia Hospital.

Eli Nissen Lamb Ward

Redland Hospital expands paediatric services for local children

Redland Hospital is giving sick children living on Brisbane’s bayside access to a range of vital new health services closer to home saving families hundreds of trips into the city every year.

donatelife renal and students

Students’ glimpse at transplant difference

Year 12 students from Marsden State High School have visited patients in Logan Hospital’s Renal Dialysis Unit, organised by DonateLife Queensland.

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Ed Sheeran and Dame Edna drop by CIU

It’s not every day Ed Sheeran and Dame Edna pop by while you’re resting in bed.

Graduate Open Day

Grad Open Day success

It’s little wonder the Logan, Beaudesert and Redland hospital’s Graduate Nursing and Midwifery Open Day last week was such a huge success.

PAH Pharmacy slashing unnecessary waste

Departments across the Princess Alexandra Hospital are continuing to look at ways to reduce clinical waste across the campus with Pharmacy popping the tabs on some key changes that have resulted in $40,000 of savings from reducing discarded medications.

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