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The culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) emergency department (ED) improvement project will process map the journey through emergency department for culturally and linguistlically diverse p
Immunisation underpins a healthy community and is a core responsibility of the healthcare sector.
As noted by the NHMRC Revised Statement on Consumer and Community Involvement in Health and Medical Research, the benefits of consumer
A new Integrated Health Care Centre
As of December 1st, 2015, all health services in Queensland must increase access to cardiac rehabilitation (CR) services and programs. This has been extended into the 17-18FY.
Gamma Knife® technology is a non-invasive alternative to neurosurgery which uses radioactive sources to treat brain tumours and other neurological conditions.
Metro South Health (MSH) has established the “MSH Drugs and Therapeutics Committee”, a multidisciplinary committee design to provide o
Redland-Wynnum implemented waste management initiatives that were creative, built enthusiasm and engendered good waste management practises across the facilities.
The Physiotherapy Pelvic Health clinic is a primary contact clinic designed to improve patient clinical outcomes and their health care journey.
There is an ongoing need to explore and evaluate recruitment and selection practices to ensure we are performing in line with best practice and continually improving our efforts.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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