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ED team ready for Relay for Life

Redland Hospital’s Emergency Department will enter a team in the Relay for Life again this year and is calling on the community to support them to raise much needed funds for cancer research.

Ruth spreads breastfeeding is best message

Lactation consultant Ruth Cantrill has been recognised this month for her dedication to women and breastfeeding at Redland Hospital.

Redland Hospital interns on road to rural service

Redland Hospital’s new rural generalist interns are hard at work in various departments across the facility including mental health, paediatrics and emergency medicine.

Centre gives hope to new mums with little bag of love

The Hope Centre is continuing on its mission to give with the donation of hundreds of goodie bags for new mums at Logan Hospital.

Baby Beaudesert Hospital’s fifth generation arrival

The birth of little Krystella at Beaudesert Hospital recently was a special day, becoming the fifth generation to be born at the hospital.

Katherine Newman - one of the first treated with the Gamma Knife

Gamma Knife treats 50th patient

After a flying start to services in October 2015, the Gamma Knife Centre of Queensland at Princess Alexandra Hospital has already treated its 50th patient with the Queensland-first technology.

$11.4 million funding boost for Logan Hospital ED

The Emergency Department at Logan Hospital, one of the state’s busiest, will receive an $11.4 million funding boost to provide extra beds and more staff to cope with population growth in Logan City.

Surgery assisted by 3D printing of broken bones

Surgery assisted by 3D printing of broken bones

Princess Alexandra Hospital is using innovative 3D printing to reduce unnecessary surgeries for complex trauma patients.

PA Hospital takes on 95 new interns for 2016

PA Hospital takes on 95 new interns for 2016

Almost 100 new medical interns began work at Princess Alexandra Hospital after fierce competition for places.

Queensland patients receive the world's smallest leadless pacemaker

Queensland patients receive the world’s smallest leadless pacemaker

Heart patients at Princess Alexandra Hospital are receiving the benefits of the world’s smallest pacemaker, which is just one-tenth of the size of a traditional device and doesn’t require

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