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PA Hospital launched an exciting workforce training initiative this week to empower our youth and demonstrate Metro South Health’s commitment to cultural capability.
Winter may be almost over but the flu season continues on. More than 9,000 Queenslanders have contracted a flu virus this year with 1300 in the past week.
Jasmine Unit has undergone a transformation which has resulted in it being reborn as a specialist slow-to-recover acquired brain injury rehabilitation unit.
Queensland adults living with brain injury trauma will now access better rehabilitation support through the Queensland Government’s $14.6 million investment in a new brain injury program
Shane Tawse who performs air-conditioning maintenance at PA Hospital has received a Queensland bravery award for his heroic efforts rescuing an elderly lady from a burning house.
Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) has excelled in the Royal Australian College of Physicians exam results.
Logan Hospital’s Women’s and Children’s Services has officially opened its new Yarning Circle with a traditional smoking ceremony on Monday.
The Princess Alexandra Hospital’s (PAH) experience as Australia’s first large-scale digital hospital has been showcased to the state’s health leaders.
Pushing the boundaries and overcoming hurdles is nothing new to the Office of Advance Care Planning (ACP).
Princess Alexandra Hospital has committed to play a leading role in improving care for survivors of domestic violence, as part of a special forum hosted by Dame Quentin Bryce in August.
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