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PAH celebrates NAIDOC

PAH celebrates NAIDOC

Music, dancing and heritage filled the Princess Alexandra Hospital Main Foyer on Tuesday as NAIDOC Week was kicked into full swing with an afternoon of celebration.

Redland Hospital has celebrated NAIDOC Week

Redland Hospital has celebrated NAIDOC Week this year with the theme ‘Our languages matter’

A/Facility Manager Heather Tyrrell said the theme aimed to emphasise and celebrate the unique and essential role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages played in cultural identity, linking people to their land, and in the transmission of history, spirituality and rites.

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PAH pastoral carers provide emotional support

“Everyday patients have their blood pressure checked, their heart rates are monitored, they are asked how their energy is or if they feel nauseous, but it’s my job to ask how they are feeling and how they are coping,” Gillian said.

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Better Cardiac Care project making strides

“Building connections back to community is vitally important for a patient’s health, we have been working hard, partnering with GP services to ensure better quality community follow-up and to lower the rate of readmission to hospital,” Vivian said.

Last updated 21 November 2016