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No falls on Macleay watch

A No Falls Friday campaign launched by Macleay Ward staff has already seen huge compliance improvements and will now be adopted in all other wards across Redland Hospital.

April No Falls

April No Falls

As part of Logan Hospital’s ‘April No Falls’ campaign, the Logan Beaudesert Falls, Injury and Prevention Sub-Committee is hosting the Logan City Council - Live Well Logan program ‘Move More’ exercise class.

Rebecca Speech Pathologist

Rebecca has an eye on little CALD patients

There are always plenty of amazing patient centred projects on the go at Logan Hospital and now, thanks to Planetree/HEAU Microgrants, even more are taking off to assist our culturally and linguistically diverse patients.

Measles alert for south Brisbane

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

Professor John Upham, MSH Chair of Research

Metro South Health Chair of Research appointed

Metro South Health has appointed internationally recognised clinical scientist and respiratory physician Professor John Upham as the new Chair of Research.

hospital cleaning trial reduces infections

The essential member of the healthcare team keeping patients safe

A world-first research trial conducted across 11 facilities in Australia including Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) has made significant reductions in healthcare-associated infections.

Logan Maternity

$18.87 million for Logan Hospital Maternity revitalisation

An $18.87 million refurbishment and expansion of Logan Hospital’s maternity ward, birthing unit and special care nursery will boost capacity and deliver modern, state-of-the-art facilities, including birthing pools.

Close the Gap LBHN 2019

Logan Bayside Health Network working to Close the Gap

Patients, visitors and staff across Logan Bayside Health Network have marked this year’s Close the Gap celebrations and Metro South Health’s commitment to improving the health and wellness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Healthy New Communities swimming lessons

Life changing swimming program for Logan's newest residents

A group of women from Logan's Muslim community have described a Metro South Health swimming program as life changing - opening up a range of opportunities to join community activities with their families and experience the Australian lifestyle.

100 days: Baby Jasmine Franks

100 days: Baby Jasmine Franks

Nothing warms our hearts more than celebrating 100 day milestones in our Special Care Nursery at Logan Hospital.

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