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Kids diabetes clinic Redland Hospital

New childrens diabetes clinic making world of difference to local families

As many as 99 local children with diabetes now have access to vital health services closer to home thanks to Redland Hospital’s new Paediatric Diabetes Clinic.

Global recognition for public health innovators

Metro South Health’s Zika Mozzie Seeker project has been named one of the world’s top government innovations for 2019 in a new report.

Model Train Club on track to help CIU

Model Train Club on track to help CIU

Logan’s model train enthusiasts have jumped on board supporting the Children’s Inpatient Unit with a generous donation of $1000.

New clinic a one stop local shop

New clinic a one-stop local shop for children with diabetes

As many as 120 local children with diabetes now have access to vital health services closer to home thanks to Logan Hospital’s new Paediatric Diabetes Clinic.

Redland Camera Club captures families hearts with photographs

Redland Camera Club captures families hearts with photographs

A picture tells a thousand words as the saying goes and photographs now displayed in Redland Hospital’s newly refurbished relatives room and viewing room are no exception.

Redland research impresses international audience

Redland research impresses international audience

Redland Hospital Paediatrician Dr Shivanand Hebbandi has presented his research topic at the 7th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies in Paris.

Logan plays its part in flood relief

Nursing reinforcements welcomed in Townsville

While the resilience of thousands of Townsville residents continues to inspire the nation, 10 individual nurses from Metro South Health have been welcomed as heroes at the local Hospital.

You don’t need to walk a mile in a patient’s shoes to understand how to make them feel safe and welcome, PA Hospital staff have noticed

PAH takes 15 steps towards better care

This week, 25 different clinical areas at Princess Alexandra Hospital learnt that you don’t need to walk a mile in a patient’s shoes to understand how to make them feel safe and welcome, 15 steps are enough.

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) staff will don the alternative colours in memory of Physiotherapist Emma Pettet who passed away unexpectedly last year at just 34 years of age.

PAH staff ‘raise the bat’ for colleague

At tonight’s Big Bash cricket match, there’ll be a spot of yellow and pink amongst the turquoise and green of the Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Stars supporters.

QEII Emergency signage

More critically ill patients presenting to emergency departments than ever before

More patients requiring immediate or imminent life-saving care have presented to Metro South Health emergency departments this year than ever before, with significant increases in the mos

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