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Reducing obesity related cancers Sandro Porceddu PAH news

Changes at the checkout key to reducing obesity related cancers

Princess Alexandra Hospital has supported the Cancer Council’s call on supermarkets to take urgent action in the fight against obesity, with concerning figures showing Queensland is home

Proud midwife mum shares in daughters gold medal joy

Proud midwife mum shares in daughter’s gold medal joy

Mums don’t come much prouder than Logan Hospital Registered Nurse and Midwife Grace Watson.

St John volunteers celebrate 25 years at Logan Hospital

St John volunteers celebrate 25 years at Logan Hospital

Logan Hospital based St John Ambulance volunteers have celebrated a major milestone this week marking 25 years providing much needed support to patients and families in the local community.

New training babies a valued asset for UQ and Redland Hospital

New training babies a valued asset for UQ and Redland Hospital

The valuable partnership between Redland Hospital and the University of Queensland last week resulted in the purchase of two new laerdal training babies which will provide expanded training opportunities for medical students and hospital staff.

Kenneth Melchert Return to Work Program Launch PAH news article

Back2Work Program launched

The first vocational rehabilitation program for patients with a spinal injury has been launched as part of a long term vision to empower patients after rehabilitation at the state’s Spina

Metro South Health slashes outpatient and elective surgery wait lists in 2015-16

Metro South Health (MSH) clinicians have made significant progress in reducing waiting lists for people, our 2015-16 annual report shows.

Helen Frewen Kicking goals from Radiation Therapy to Gaelic Football news article PAH

Kicking goals from Radiation Therapy to Gaelic Football

Radiation Therapist at PA Hospital, Helen Frewen is taking her skills from the clinic to the field this week to participate in the 2016 Annual Australasian Gaelic Games.

Name revealed for new Wynnum health facility

Wynnum’s long awaited new community health facility has been named: Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre, Gundu Pa.

Sporting Wheelies news article PAH

Having a ball at the Sporting Wheelies Showcase

Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association partnered with PA Hospital to showcase sports and activities for patients, staff and hospital visitors this week.

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Better care for bruised and broken patients

More than 300,000 Australians who visit an emergency department each year with joint, ligament, muscle, nerve and tendon pain could be soon receiving better care

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