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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: one visit per day, with no more than two people per visit, during ward visiting hours from 10am - 8pm. Refer to the visiting hours page for additional information on restrictions and exemptions.

Latest news

Team effort keeps patients standing

Patients of PA Hospital are less likely to experience the domino effect of negative health outcomes associated with falling thanks to the commitment and collaboration of multidisciplinary teams supported by the hospital’s Falls Prevention Advisory Committee.

Love your heart with EVOO

Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) lovers rejoice – science says your favourite cooking ingredient is also good for your heart!

A little support makes a lot of difference when it comes to dementia

If there's one person who understands the demands of caring for a person with dementia, it is Kelli Flowers. The Dementia and Delirium Nurse Navigator based at PA Hospital specialises in supporting patients with dementia and their carers to manage the condition from hospital bed, to home and beyond. 

Trevor Watkins talks post-mortem imaging: a behind the scenes look

Hospitals are designed to be places of healing and recovery, but when the worst happens and further investigation for the cause of death and underlying natural disease is requested by the treating clinician, Radiology Staff Specialist Dr Trevor Watkins says clarity can be achieved with minimally or non-invasive techniques through post-mortem imaging.