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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

About us

Princess Alexandra Hospital is a tertiary health care centre, providing care in most major adult specialties. We are nationally recognised for our expertise in trauma management and organ transplants. We are one of Australia’s leading academic and research health centres.

Contact and location

Address: 
199 Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba - view on map
Phone: 
(07) 3176 2111
Visiting hours: 
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect you, our patients and our staff, we are limiting the number of visitors to our hospital to: up to two visitors at a time, for any length of time, during ward visiting hours from 10am-8pm. Refer to the visiting hours page for additional information on restrictions and exemptions.

Latest news

Clinical trial promotes rethink of care pathway for patients with liver damage

A new clinical trial co-led by PA Hospital Hepatologist Professor Elizabeth Powell and Dietitian Dr Ingrid Hickman is set to introduce better and faster assessment and treatment of patients with Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in the community.

HabITec partnership uses technology to enhance life for patients with disability

Metro South Health’s Occupational Therapy Department and Division of Rehabilitation has partnered with The Hopkins Centre and Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University to create HabITec, a new clinical setting at Princess Alexandra Hospital integrating life-enhancing technologies into the rehabilitation programs of patients with disability.  

"No judgement": Todd Sellwood says compassion is key to caring for people with addiction

When Nurse Navigator Todd Sellwood engages with drug and alcohol addicted patients presenting to PA Hospital’s Emergency Department, he says empathy is always his starting point.

Many hands make light work of COVID-19

When the first wave of coronavirus hit Queensland early this year, staff from PA Hospital’s Permanent Nurse Pool (PNP) leapt into action. Acting Nurse Manager Adrian Man said his team had scaled up significantly in response to the looming health challenge.