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Health alert: COVID-19

COVID-19 Alert: We are currently at GREEN traffic light level - there is no restriction for coming to hospital to receive healthcare. Visitors are currently welcome at Metro South Health facilities, and are asked to help keep patients safe by maintaining physical distancing where possible and practising hand hygiene. See visitor restrictions and the latest Queensland Government information. [18 January 2023].

About us

The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital is a medium metropolitan adult facility providing a range of inpatient and outpatient services and a 24-hour emergency department. Our endoscopy unit is Australia’s most advanced diagnostic facility and has the capacity to see more than 5000 patients a year.
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Visitor restrictions at our facilities due to COVID-19
Refer to the visitor restrictions for current information and mask requirements. COVID-19 testing: If you have any symptoms or are a close contact, you can collect a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) from Metro South Health sites.

Contact and location

Cnr Kessels Rd & Troughton Rd, Coopers Plains - view on map
(07) 3182 6111

Latest news

QEII Hospital committed to improving health equity

QEII Hospital has shared a milestone on their quest to improve health equity for First Nations Queenslanders with February data showing the hospital had zero Indigenous potentially preventable diabetes-related hospitalisations and zero discharges against medical advice.

Joint UK/Australia initiative aims to help patients after cancer diagnosis

Surgery for rectal cancer often cures people of cancer, but patients can be left with problematic bowel symptoms, as low anterior resection syndrome (LARS), that can impact the

QEII boosts nursing capacity with 57 graduates starting in 2023

QEII Hospital has just welcomed the latest of its largest ever nursing graduate intake with 20 new nurses taking to the wards this week. 

Navy Pich joins QEII largest graduate nursing intake ever

Recent Griffith University Nursing Graduate, Navy Pich, has returned to QEII Hospital's 5A and couldn't be happier.