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COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) vaccine clinics

Walk-ins are now open to all eligible Queenslanders (anyone aged 12 and above) at Metro North Health’s vaccination clinics.

For more information visit our COVID-19 Vaccination page.

COVID-19 changes to visiting our hospitals

Updated 11 October 2021

Any person permitted to enter a hospital must not enter, or remain on, the premises without wearing a face mask. You also must not visit our hospitals if you have been to an interstate hotspot or COVID-19 exposure venue in the last 14 days, even if you have returned a negative COVID-19 test.

Standard COVID-19 visitor restrictions still apply at this facility. This means you must not visit this facility if:

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Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

Metro North Health

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

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

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18 hours ago

Clinical nurse Aimee has been part of the BreastScreen Queensland for three years and wants to make sure women keep on top of their health! 💗😇

"Breast screening is empowering, it means women can take control of their health and act when necessary," she said.

"Early detection of breast cancer is our best chance to beat it so don't put it off for another year, book your screen now.

"People often ask me how I do this job, trying to find cancer and delivering bad news, but I don't think of it that way.

"I think that if we do find a cancer early, patients only need a small surgery and we give women their life back. If it's not as easy as that we work with the patient closely through counseling while referring them to a diagnostic centre to progress their healthcare journey."

Thank you, Aimee, for everything you do for Queensland's women! #ShoutoutSaturday 👏

Book your breast screen now: bit.ly/3lsokey
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Clinical nurse Aimee has been part of the BreastScreen Queensland for three years and wants to make sure women keep on top of their health! 💗😇

Breast screening is empowering, it means women can take control of their health and act when necessary, she said. 

Early detection of breast cancer is our best chance to beat it so dont put it off for another year, book your screen now.

People often ask me how I do this job, trying to find cancer and delivering bad news, but I dont think of it that way.

I think that if we do find a cancer early, patients only need a small surgery and we give women their life back. If its not as easy as that we work with the patient closely through counseling while referring them to a diagnostic centre to progress their healthcare journey.

Thank you, Aimee, for everything you do for Queenslands women! #ShoutoutSaturday 👏

Book your breast screen now: https://bit.ly/3lsokey
1 day ago

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓

Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣

Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo

We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
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When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓
 
Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣
 
Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo 
 
We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
2 days ago

Viral fragments of SARS-CoV-2 have been confirmed in sewage during recent routine testing at the Burpengary East wastewater treatment plant, offering a timely reminder that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should get tested. Suburbs listed in this location are listed in the comments below.

The fragments could either indicate the presence of an diagnosed case of COVID-19 in the community or that a case who is no longer infectious is still shedding fragments of the virus. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting, and loss of taste or smell.

For information on Metro North's fever clinics please visit bit.ly/3n6SHXr.

For relevant suburbs please see bit.ly/3AqJONK.
... See MoreSee Less

Viral fragments of SARS-CoV-2 have been confirmed in sewage during recent routine testing at the Burpengary East wastewater treatment plant, offering a timely reminder that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should get tested. Suburbs listed in this location are listed in the comments below. 

The fragments could either indicate the presence of an diagnosed case of COVID-19 in the community or that a case who is no longer infectious is still shedding fragments of the virus. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting, and loss of taste or smell.

For information on Metro Norths fever clinics please visit https://bit.ly/3n6SHXr.

For relevant suburbs please see https://bit.ly/3AqJONK.
3 days ago

For #JamiesonTraumaInstitute's Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM, International Day of People with Disability - Australia is an opportunity for us to pause, plan and move towards a better future for those living with a disability - which amounts to over four million people in Australia. ✨

"Today is a reminder for us to strive towards something more. We need representation to build a better future, we need to see disabled people in more leadership roles to drive change for the next generation.

"To change the world all you need to do today and any day is be an ally. I'm here because I've had many allies stand beside me - so, support disabled people, sponsor them, speak up for them and stand with them."
... See MoreSee Less

For #JamiesonTraumaInstitutes Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM, International Day of People with Disability - Australia is an opportunity for us to pause, plan and move towards a better future for those living with a disability - which amounts to over four million people in Australia. ✨

Today is a reminder for us to strive towards something more. We need representation to build a better future, we need to see disabled people in more leadership roles to drive change for the next generation.

To change the world all you need to do today and any day is be an ally. Im here because Ive had many allies stand beside me - so, support disabled people, sponsor them, speak up for them and stand with them.
3 days ago

It's officially day one of the silly season and the #RBWH maternity department has decked the halls from top to bottom with sparkly, shiny and spectacular decorations! 😍🎄🎁

Louise has charged full steam ahead with the decorations under the passionate direction of Jackie and with lots of help from elves (aka midwives). 🏥 Let us know if you're putting up the Christmas tree tonight - we want to see!
... See MoreSee Less

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) vaccine clinics

Walk-ins are now open to all eligible Queenslanders (anyone aged 12 and above) at Metro North Health’s vaccination clinics.

For more information visit our COVID-19 Vaccination page.

COVID-19 changes to visiting our hospitals

Updated 11 October 2021

Any person permitted to enter a hospital must not enter, or remain on, the premises without wearing a face mask. You also must not visit our hospitals if you have been to an interstate hotspot or COVID-19 exposure venue in the last 14 days, even if you have returned a negative COVID-19 test.

Standard COVID-19 visitor restrictions still apply at this facility. This means you must not visit this facility if:

Latest news


More news

Events


More events
Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

Metro North Health

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

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

/ MetroNorthHHS

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

Clinical nurse Aimee has been part of the BreastScreen Queensland for three years and wants to make sure women keep on top of their health! 💗😇

"Breast screening is empowering, it means women can take control of their health and act when necessary," she said.

"Early detection of breast cancer is our best chance to beat it so don't put it off for another year, book your screen now.

"People often ask me how I do this job, trying to find cancer and delivering bad news, but I don't think of it that way.

"I think that if we do find a cancer early, patients only need a small surgery and we give women their life back. If it's not as easy as that we work with the patient closely through counseling while referring them to a diagnostic centre to progress their healthcare journey."

Thank you, Aimee, for everything you do for Queensland's women! #ShoutoutSaturday 👏

Book your breast screen now: bit.ly/3lsokey
... See MoreSee Less

Clinical nurse Aimee has been part of the BreastScreen Queensland for three years and wants to make sure women keep on top of their health! 💗😇

Breast screening is empowering, it means women can take control of their health and act when necessary, she said. 

Early detection of breast cancer is our best chance to beat it so dont put it off for another year, book your screen now.

People often ask me how I do this job, trying to find cancer and delivering bad news, but I dont think of it that way.

I think that if we do find a cancer early, patients only need a small surgery and we give women their life back. If its not as easy as that we work with the patient closely through counseling while referring them to a diagnostic centre to progress their healthcare journey.

Thank you, Aimee, for everything you do for Queenslands women! #ShoutoutSaturday 👏

Book your breast screen now: https://bit.ly/3lsokey
1 day ago

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓

Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣

Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo

We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓
 
Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣
 
Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo 
 
We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
2 days ago

Viral fragments of SARS-CoV-2 have been confirmed in sewage during recent routine testing at the Burpengary East wastewater treatment plant, offering a timely reminder that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should get tested. Suburbs listed in this location are listed in the comments below.

The fragments could either indicate the presence of an diagnosed case of COVID-19 in the community or that a case who is no longer infectious is still shedding fragments of the virus. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting, and loss of taste or smell.

For information on Metro North's fever clinics please visit bit.ly/3n6SHXr.

For relevant suburbs please see bit.ly/3AqJONK.
... See MoreSee Less

Viral fragments of SARS-CoV-2 have been confirmed in sewage during recent routine testing at the Burpengary East wastewater treatment plant, offering a timely reminder that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should get tested. Suburbs listed in this location are listed in the comments below. 

The fragments could either indicate the presence of an diagnosed case of COVID-19 in the community or that a case who is no longer infectious is still shedding fragments of the virus. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting, and loss of taste or smell.

For information on Metro Norths fever clinics please visit https://bit.ly/3n6SHXr.

For relevant suburbs please see https://bit.ly/3AqJONK.
3 days ago

For #JamiesonTraumaInstitute's Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM, International Day of People with Disability - Australia is an opportunity for us to pause, plan and move towards a better future for those living with a disability - which amounts to over four million people in Australia. ✨

"Today is a reminder for us to strive towards something more. We need representation to build a better future, we need to see disabled people in more leadership roles to drive change for the next generation.

"To change the world all you need to do today and any day is be an ally. I'm here because I've had many allies stand beside me - so, support disabled people, sponsor them, speak up for them and stand with them."
... See MoreSee Less

For #JamiesonTraumaInstitutes Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM, International Day of People with Disability - Australia is an opportunity for us to pause, plan and move towards a better future for those living with a disability - which amounts to over four million people in Australia. ✨

Today is a reminder for us to strive towards something more. We need representation to build a better future, we need to see disabled people in more leadership roles to drive change for the next generation.

To change the world all you need to do today and any day is be an ally. Im here because Ive had many allies stand beside me - so, support disabled people, sponsor them, speak up for them and stand with them.
3 days ago

It's officially day one of the silly season and the #RBWH maternity department has decked the halls from top to bottom with sparkly, shiny and spectacular decorations! 😍🎄🎁

Louise has charged full steam ahead with the decorations under the passionate direction of Jackie and with lots of help from elves (aka midwives). 🏥 Let us know if you're putting up the Christmas tree tonight - we want to see!
... See MoreSee Less

Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) vaccine clinics

Walk-ins are now open to all eligible Queenslanders (anyone aged 12 and above) at Metro North Health’s vaccination clinics.

For more information visit our COVID-19 Vaccination page.

COVID-19 changes to visiting our hospitals

Updated 11 October 2021

Any person permitted to enter a hospital must not enter, or remain on, the premises without wearing a face mask. You also must not visit our hospitals if you have been to an interstate hotspot or COVID-19 exposure venue in the last 14 days, even if you have returned a negative COVID-19 test.

Standard COVID-19 visitor restrictions still apply at this facility. This means you must not visit this facility if:

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

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

Latest news


More news

Events


More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

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

Clinical nurse Aimee has been part of the BreastScreen Queensland for three years and wants to make sure women keep on top of their health! 💗😇

"Breast screening is empowering, it means women can take control of their health and act when necessary," she said.

"Early detection of breast cancer is our best chance to beat it so don't put it off for another year, book your screen now.

"People often ask me how I do this job, trying to find cancer and delivering bad news, but I don't think of it that way.

"I think that if we do find a cancer early, patients only need a small surgery and we give women their life back. If it's not as easy as that we work with the patient closely through counseling while referring them to a diagnostic centre to progress their healthcare journey."

Thank you, Aimee, for everything you do for Queensland's women! #ShoutoutSaturday 👏

Book your breast screen now: bit.ly/3lsokey
... See MoreSee Less

Clinical nurse Aimee has been part of the BreastScreen Queensland for three years and wants to make sure women keep on top of their health! 💗😇

Breast screening is empowering, it means women can take control of their health and act when necessary, she said. 

Early detection of breast cancer is our best chance to beat it so dont put it off for another year, book your screen now.

People often ask me how I do this job, trying to find cancer and delivering bad news, but I dont think of it that way.

I think that if we do find a cancer early, patients only need a small surgery and we give women their life back. If its not as easy as that we work with the patient closely through counseling while referring them to a diagnostic centre to progress their healthcare journey.

Thank you, Aimee, for everything you do for Queenslands women! #ShoutoutSaturday 👏

Book your breast screen now: https://bit.ly/3lsokey
1 day ago

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓

Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣

Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo

We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓
 
Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣
 
Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo 
 
We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
2 days ago

Viral fragments of SARS-CoV-2 have been confirmed in sewage during recent routine testing at the Burpengary East wastewater treatment plant, offering a timely reminder that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should get tested. Suburbs listed in this location are listed in the comments below.

The fragments could either indicate the presence of an diagnosed case of COVID-19 in the community or that a case who is no longer infectious is still shedding fragments of the virus. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting, and loss of taste or smell.

For information on Metro North's fever clinics please visit bit.ly/3n6SHXr.

For relevant suburbs please see bit.ly/3AqJONK.
... See MoreSee Less

Viral fragments of SARS-CoV-2 have been confirmed in sewage during recent routine testing at the Burpengary East wastewater treatment plant, offering a timely reminder that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should get tested. Suburbs listed in this location are listed in the comments below. 

The fragments could either indicate the presence of an diagnosed case of COVID-19 in the community or that a case who is no longer infectious is still shedding fragments of the virus. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting, and loss of taste or smell.

For information on Metro Norths fever clinics please visit https://bit.ly/3n6SHXr.

For relevant suburbs please see https://bit.ly/3AqJONK.
3 days ago

For #JamiesonTraumaInstitute's Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM, International Day of People with Disability - Australia is an opportunity for us to pause, plan and move towards a better future for those living with a disability - which amounts to over four million people in Australia. ✨

"Today is a reminder for us to strive towards something more. We need representation to build a better future, we need to see disabled people in more leadership roles to drive change for the next generation.

"To change the world all you need to do today and any day is be an ally. I'm here because I've had many allies stand beside me - so, support disabled people, sponsor them, speak up for them and stand with them."
... See MoreSee Less

For #JamiesonTraumaInstitutes Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM, International Day of People with Disability - Australia is an opportunity for us to pause, plan and move towards a better future for those living with a disability - which amounts to over four million people in Australia. ✨

Today is a reminder for us to strive towards something more. We need representation to build a better future, we need to see disabled people in more leadership roles to drive change for the next generation.

To change the world all you need to do today and any day is be an ally. Im here because Ive had many allies stand beside me - so, support disabled people, sponsor them, speak up for them and stand with them.
3 days ago

It's officially day one of the silly season and the #RBWH maternity department has decked the halls from top to bottom with sparkly, shiny and spectacular decorations! 😍🎄🎁

Louise has charged full steam ahead with the decorations under the passionate direction of Jackie and with lots of help from elves (aka midwives). 🏥 Let us know if you're putting up the Christmas tree tonight - we want to see!
... See MoreSee Less