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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are now accepting visitors at our facilities. Please refer to the visiting hours on visiting restrictions for more information.

Find out where to get tested at one of our fever clinic locations, where to get vaccinated, our COVID-19 response and read the latest Queensland Government information.

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.
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Visitor Restrictions at our facilities due to COVID-19
Please refer to our hospital visitor restrictions for current information on visitation restrictions at our facilities and mask requirements. If you have any symptoms or are concerned about your exposure to COVID-19, you can visit one of the fever clinic locations in Metro South. Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.
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Contact and location

Address: 
199 Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba - view on map
Phone: 
(07) 3176 2111

Latest news

ABI TRS Exercise Physiologist awarded for research

Princess Alexandra Hospital Exercise Physiologist, Sarah Jeffery, has been awarded for her research into the implementation of an exercise physiologist in an acquired brain injury transition setting.

PA Hospital expands Breast Cancer Specialist Nursing Service

With the incidence of breast cancer on the rise across Australia, Princess Alexandra Hospital has expanded its specialist nursing support service to benefit more patients from the Metro South region.

New Clinical Ethics Coordinator begins at PAH

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s long-standing Clinical Ethics Coordinator, Jenny Jones, has officially handed over the reins, retiring this month from the role.

Australian-first transplant tech saves ‘more lives every year’

NEW technology which creates a “mini intensive care unit for livers” has safely expanded the number of donor livers transplanted in Queensland by more than 10%, giving life and hope back to people who urgently need a new liver to survive.