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Queensland Health Spirometry Training Program - Virtual workshop

Date: 7 June 2024
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Venue: Virtual workshop

The Spirometry training program provides clinicians with the skills, knowledge and specific competencies required to perform spirometry to international standards and Queensland Health guidelines.

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Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.

Metro North Health

Level 14, Block 7 Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

Register now for the #NextCare Health Conference 2022

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18 hours ago

It will almost be 45 years to the day when nurse Angela first started in the renal unit at the RBWH on 4 June 1979, which is why she has chosen the special date to be her last working day as a nurse.

Angela was part of the establishment of the satellite dialysis unit at Sandgate (which has since relocated to Redcliffe Hospital) which was the first satellite dialysis unit in Australia.

"I have always been fascinated by kidneys. The satellite facilities have been a great love of my life other than my family, but it is time to hang up my cannulas and stethoscope," Angela said. ♥️

"I have had the pleasure of working with technology and watching that change over the years and being able to get to know patients on a deep level that they become part of your family - I look after them how I would like to be looked after.

"I’m a gardener I will get back into quilting, a bit of travelling, and road trips."

#ShoutoutSaturday 👏 to Angela for her dedication to the renal department and happy retirement!
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It will almost be 45 years to the day when nurse Angela first started in the renal unit at the RBWH on 4 June 1979, which is why she has chosen the special date to be her last working day as a nurse. 

Angela was part of the establishment of the satellite dialysis unit at Sandgate (which has since relocated to Redcliffe Hospital) which was the first satellite dialysis unit in Australia.

I have always been fascinated by kidneys. The satellite facilities have been a great love of my life other than my family, but it is time to hang up my cannulas and stethoscope, Angela said. ♥️

I have had the pleasure of working with technology and watching that change over the years and being able to get to know patients on a deep level that they become part of your family - I look after them how I would like to be looked after.

I’m a gardener I will get back into quilting, a bit of travelling, and road trips.

#ShoutoutSaturday 👏 to Angela for her dedication to the renal department and happy retirement!
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Events


Queensland Health Spirometry Training Program - Virtual workshop

Date: 7 June 2024
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Venue: Virtual workshop

The Spirometry training program provides clinicians with the skills, knowledge and specific competencies required to perform spirometry to international standards and Queensland Health guidelines.

More events
Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.

Metro North Health

Level 14, Block 7
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
18 hours ago

It will almost be 45 years to the day when nurse Angela first started in the renal unit at the RBWH on 4 June 1979, which is why she has chosen the special date to be her last working day as a nurse.

Angela was part of the establishment of the satellite dialysis unit at Sandgate (which has since relocated to Redcliffe Hospital) which was the first satellite dialysis unit in Australia.

"I have always been fascinated by kidneys. The satellite facilities have been a great love of my life other than my family, but it is time to hang up my cannulas and stethoscope," Angela said. ♥️

"I have had the pleasure of working with technology and watching that change over the years and being able to get to know patients on a deep level that they become part of your family - I look after them how I would like to be looked after.

"I’m a gardener I will get back into quilting, a bit of travelling, and road trips."

#ShoutoutSaturday 👏 to Angela for her dedication to the renal department and happy retirement!
... See MoreSee Less

It will almost be 45 years to the day when nurse Angela first started in the renal unit at the RBWH on 4 June 1979, which is why she has chosen the special date to be her last working day as a nurse. 

Angela was part of the establishment of the satellite dialysis unit at Sandgate (which has since relocated to Redcliffe Hospital) which was the first satellite dialysis unit in Australia.

I have always been fascinated by kidneys. The satellite facilities have been a great love of my life other than my family, but it is time to hang up my cannulas and stethoscope, Angela said. ♥️

I have had the pleasure of working with technology and watching that change over the years and being able to get to know patients on a deep level that they become part of your family - I look after them how I would like to be looked after.

I’m a gardener I will get back into quilting, a bit of travelling, and road trips.

#ShoutoutSaturday 👏 to Angela for her dedication to the renal department and happy retirement!
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Register now for the #NextCare Health Conference 2022
Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.
Level 14, Block 7
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

Register now for the #NextCare Health Conference 2022

Latest news


More news

Events


Queensland Health Spirometry Training Program - Virtual workshop

Date: 7 June 2024
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Venue: Virtual workshop

The Spirometry training program provides clinicians with the skills, knowledge and specific competencies required to perform spirometry to international standards and Queensland Health guidelines.

More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
18 hours ago

It will almost be 45 years to the day when nurse Angela first started in the renal unit at the RBWH on 4 June 1979, which is why she has chosen the special date to be her last working day as a nurse.

Angela was part of the establishment of the satellite dialysis unit at Sandgate (which has since relocated to Redcliffe Hospital) which was the first satellite dialysis unit in Australia.

"I have always been fascinated by kidneys. The satellite facilities have been a great love of my life other than my family, but it is time to hang up my cannulas and stethoscope," Angela said. ♥️

"I have had the pleasure of working with technology and watching that change over the years and being able to get to know patients on a deep level that they become part of your family - I look after them how I would like to be looked after.

"I’m a gardener I will get back into quilting, a bit of travelling, and road trips."

#ShoutoutSaturday 👏 to Angela for her dedication to the renal department and happy retirement!
... See MoreSee Less

It will almost be 45 years to the day when nurse Angela first started in the renal unit at the RBWH on 4 June 1979, which is why she has chosen the special date to be her last working day as a nurse. 

Angela was part of the establishment of the satellite dialysis unit at Sandgate (which has since relocated to Redcliffe Hospital) which was the first satellite dialysis unit in Australia.

I have always been fascinated by kidneys. The satellite facilities have been a great love of my life other than my family, but it is time to hang up my cannulas and stethoscope, Angela said. ♥️

I have had the pleasure of working with technology and watching that change over the years and being able to get to know patients on a deep level that they become part of your family - I look after them how I would like to be looked after.

I’m a gardener I will get back into quilting, a bit of travelling, and road trips.

#ShoutoutSaturday 👏 to Angela for her dedication to the renal department and happy retirement!
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