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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Visitors are now able to attend our facilities in Metro South Health. Please refer to the visiting restrictions for more information.

Find out where to get tested at one of our fever clinic locations, where to get vaccinated, our COVID-19 response and read the latest Queensland Government information.

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QEII recruits first Research Navigator

Clinicians at QEII are receiving unprecedented support to undertake further research projects with the commencement of Research Navigator, Anne Zielke.

Rare lymphoma patient cured with world-first therapy at PA Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital patient, Scott Griffiths, has been cured of a rare type of lymphoma thanks to a world-first therapy.

QEII recruits 100th patient in joint POISE trial

QEII Hospital have recently recruited the 100th patient to partake in the international POISE 3 trial run across multiple centres in Metro South Health.

Clinics benefitting patients at Healthcare Centre

Two combined clinics have begun as part of the Connecting Care for Complex Chronic Disease (4CD) project at the Logan Healthcare Centre at Griffith University.

Indigenous Renal Project

PA Hospital kidney project bridging the gap for Indigenous Queenslanders

The number of Indigenous patients receiving a kidney transplant in Queensland in the past five years has doubled thanks to a kidney support initiative at the state’s kidney transplant centre at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Experts (slip, slop) slap down false sunscreen claims

Skin specialists are urging people to heed the sun safety advice of experts, not ill-informed social media feeds that have the potential to harm vulnerable Queenslanders.

COVID-19 case identified at PA Hospital

The Princess Alexandra Hospital has been placed into lockdown effective immediately after a positive COVID-19 case was detected today (12 March 2021).

Compounding a culture of research in Pharmacy

Research in the Princess Alexandra Hospital Pharmacy department is going from strength to strength with two of the nine current PhD students graduating after years of investment into grants and research projects that are improving the lives of patients every day.

AstraZeneca arrives at QEII Hospital

The first staff at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital have today received the AstraZeneca vaccination as the next step to protecting our healthcare workers on the front line of COVID-19.

AstraZeneca Vaccination commences at Logan Hospital

The first staff at Logan Hospital have today received the AstraZeneca vaccination as part of the plan to protect the healthcare workers who have been working at the front line of COVID-19

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