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People with lived experience of mental illness to support others through recovery

People with a lived experience of mental illness are being recruited in the Redlands to support others walking a similar path.

Chemotherapy at home patient and staff

PA Hospital now providing chemotherapy in the home

Cancer treatment at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is taking things to the lounge room with a new Chemotherapy in the Home option for some cancers.

Local jobs created by Bayside Community Care Unit

More than twenty new local health roles have been created to staff the Bayside Community Care Unit (CCU) when it opens in December 2014.

Logan Hospital staff member

Putting the final touches to Logan Hospital's new Emergency Department

An army of Logan Hospital staff are making the final preparations to have the new Emergency Department ready to treat patients when the facility opens in less than two weeks.

Frontline staff increase, waiting lists decrease in 2013-14

Metro South Health clinicians are cutting waiting lists and delivering better healthcare to more people in south Brisbane, Logan and Bayside communities.

New mum with midwife

100th baby born at Beaudesert Hospital

Beaudesert Hospital is today celebrating the birth of the 100th baby to be born at the hospital, almost six-months to the day after birthing services were reintroduced on 5 March this yea

Doctors practising suturing

Suturing workshop has Friday night all stitched up

Medical residents at PAH had access to the first suturing workshop of its kind at PAH.

QEII nurse

QEII nurse running for women's health

A QEII Jubilee Hospital emergency department nurse is set to run in the name of women’s health.

QEII Dental Clinic improves access for people with a disability

The QEII Dental Clinic today hosted a community tour for people with disability and their families, carers and support workers.

Metro South Health forges new path to improve quality of life for diabetes patients

Diabetes-linked foot disease does not have to lead to amputation. That’s the message from Princess Alexandra Hospital’s (PAH) High Risk Foot Service.