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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 (QEII) is a medium metropolitan adult facility providing a range of inpatient and outpatient services and a 24-hour emergency department. We are supported by local Community Health Centres at Eight Mile Plains, Mount Gravatt, Corinda and Inala.

Services we provide

We provide a range of specialties including general medicine, surgery, cardiology, geriatric medicine, gynaecology, orthopaedics, intensive and coronary care, neurology, gastroenterology, urology and respiratory medicine.

In 2013, QEII completed a $22 million construction project featuring an expanded emergency department and a new endoscopy unit. The new, state-of-the-art emergency department is three times the size of its predecessor and incorporates a modern, spacious design and a new patient transit lounge.

The endoscopy unit is Australia’s most advanced diagnostic facility and features two dedicated blue-glass procedure rooms with the capacity to see more than 5,000 patients a year.

Our activity

In the 2016-2017 financial year, there were:

  • 31,379 patients admitted to the hospital
  • 56,421 patients admitted to the emergency department
  • 155,125 outpatient appointments
  • 5,629 elective surgeries.

Our staff

In the 2016-2017 financial year, QEII Jubilee Hospital employed more than 1,000* staff including:

  • 543 nurses
  • 195 doctors including visiting medical officers
  • 86 health professionals
  • 127 operational officers
  • 139 managerial and clerical officers.

*Data represents positions not head count.

Last updated 27 September 2019
Last reviewed 17 May 2015