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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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New medical pathway for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women on track to save lives

27 September 2021|

The Women’s Business Shared Pathway was developed to deliver culturally appropriate patient-centred care for First Nations women, aiming to support care closer to home and remove barriers to healthcare appointment attendance related to all things “women’s business”, specifically barriers to attending gynaecology and maternity appointments.

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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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15 hours ago

The plan for reopening Queensland's borders is out and we're so excited to see families and friends reunite in the coming months. The first step to making this possible is to get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 💉💪

RN Mia has been part of the COVID-19 response since the beginning and has started to feel a little more at ease after seeing Queensland's vaccination rates climb. 📈

"I've worked in hotel quarantine which I really loved, I've also performed testing at fever clinics and now am working across a few vaccinations hubs," Mia said.

"It's been rewarding working through each sort of phase of the pandemic, I feel like we really are on the road to recovery right now!"

Looking to get vaxxed? Here's where you can get yours! bit.ly/3aQ6oEX
... See MoreSee Less

The plan for reopening Queenslands borders is out and were so excited to see families and friends reunite in the coming months. The first step to making this possible is to get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 💉💪

RN Mia has been part of the COVID-19 response since the beginning and has started to feel a little more at ease after seeing Queenslands vaccination rates climb. 📈

Ive worked in hotel quarantine which I really loved, Ive also performed testing at fever clinics and now am working across a few vaccinations hubs, Mia said. 

Its been rewarding working through each sort of phase of the pandemic, I feel like we really are on the road to recovery right now!

Looking to get vaxxed? Heres where you can get yours! https://bit.ly/3aQ6oEX
2 days ago

Now what might this condition be? 🤔 Here’s a hint: most people recover completely from _ _ L '_ _ A _ _ Y without ANY treatment! 😎 Use the hints above to leave your guess below and #guessthecondition. 👇 ... See MoreSee Less

Now what might this condition be? 🤔 Here’s a hint: most people recover completely from _ _ L _     _ A _ _ Y without ANY treatment! 😎 Use the hints above to leave your guess below and #guessthecondition. 👇
3 days ago

Meet Nick 👋 👷‍♂️💡 It takes more than doctors and nurses to keep a hospital running and electricians like Nick are just part of our huge team.

Nick is about to celebrate his one-year anniversary here at the #Herston campus and loves working to keep the lights on for both #RBWH, #STARS and the many other buildings we have here. 🔦

“I love working here, it’s a really fun and enjoyable place to work,” he said.

“There's a huge variety of work available, especially when it's such a large campus, I definitely don’t get bored.

“As a relatively new tradesman I'm learning lots from the older boys who have a lot more experience and have been here a lot longer than me.”
... See MoreSee Less

Meet Nick 👋 👷‍♂️💡 It takes more than doctors and nurses to keep a hospital running and electricians like Nick are just part of our huge team.
 
Nick is about to celebrate his one-year anniversary here at the #Herston campus and loves working to keep the lights on for both #RBWH, #STARS and the many other buildings we have here. 🔦
 
“I love working here, it’s a really fun and enjoyable place to work,” he said.
 
“Theres a huge variety of work available, especially when its such a large campus, I definitely don’t get bored.  
 
“As a relatively new tradesman Im learning lots from the older boys who have a lot more experience and have been here a lot longer than me.”
4 days ago

For almost ten years #RBWH assistant in nursing Chabane has been busily working behind closed doors to make sure equipment is ready for our surgeries. He works in the Clinical Consumables Group who receive and process equipment, making sure all the right pieces are ready for surgery, before sending it through to the Sterilisation Processing Centre. 📝🏥

Once all the equipment has been sterilised, it gets sent to surgery - counted, cleaned and ready to go!

"Right now in this area there are about 80 trays of equipment - they can include many things like screws, implants, plates and instruments. I have to make sure everything that a surgeon needs to perform a surgery is accounted for on these trays" Chabane said.

Chabane and his colleagues are part of a well-oiled team that keeps surgeries ticking over at #RBWH so join us in giving them a big #ShoutoutSaturday! 🤩
... See MoreSee Less

For almost ten years #RBWH assistant in nursing Chabane has been busily working behind closed doors to make sure equipment is ready for our surgeries. He works in the Clinical Consumables Group who receive and process equipment, making sure all the right pieces are ready for surgery, before sending it through to the Sterilisation Processing Centre. 📝🏥

Once all the equipment has been sterilised, it gets sent to surgery - counted, cleaned and ready to go!

Right now in this area there are about 80 trays of equipment - they can include many things like screws, implants, plates and instruments. I have to make sure everything that a surgeon needs to perform a surgery is accounted for on these trays Chabane said. 

Chabane and his colleagues are part of a well-oiled team that keeps surgeries ticking over at #RBWH so join us in giving them a big #ShoutoutSaturday! 🤩
5 days ago

Around 110,000 Australian women suffer a miscarriage every year, 2,200 more endure a stillbirth, and 600 lose their baby in the first 28 days after birth. #RBWH bereavement midwives Natalie (left) and Laura (right) understand how challenging these times are for women and their families. 🕯️💕💫

"Parents experiencing a loss often find that because their friends and families don't know what to say, they say nothing at all," Natalie said.

"It's so important to check in with someone if you know they're going through this. Women tend to feel isolated, lonely and so often blame themselves for what's happened - you can help by talking it through with them and letting them know you're there for support."

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If you know someone who has lost a baby or infant, let them know you're thinking of them.
... See MoreSee Less

Around 110,000 Australian women suffer a miscarriage every year, 2,200 more endure a stillbirth, and 600 lose their baby in the first 28 days after birth. #RBWH bereavement midwives Natalie (left) and Laura (right) understand how challenging these times are for women and their families. 🕯️💕💫

Parents experiencing a loss often find that because their friends and families dont know what to say, they say nothing at all, Natalie said. 

Its so important to check in with someone if you know theyre going through this. Women tend to feel isolated, lonely and so often blame themselves for whats happened - you can help by talking it through with them and letting them know youre there for support.

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If you know someone who has lost a baby or infant, let them know youre thinking of them.

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
15 hours ago

The plan for reopening Queensland's borders is out and we're so excited to see families and friends reunite in the coming months. The first step to making this possible is to get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 💉💪

RN Mia has been part of the COVID-19 response since the beginning and has started to feel a little more at ease after seeing Queensland's vaccination rates climb. 📈

"I've worked in hotel quarantine which I really loved, I've also performed testing at fever clinics and now am working across a few vaccinations hubs," Mia said.

"It's been rewarding working through each sort of phase of the pandemic, I feel like we really are on the road to recovery right now!"

Looking to get vaxxed? Here's where you can get yours! bit.ly/3aQ6oEX
... See MoreSee Less

The plan for reopening Queenslands borders is out and were so excited to see families and friends reunite in the coming months. The first step to making this possible is to get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 💉💪

RN Mia has been part of the COVID-19 response since the beginning and has started to feel a little more at ease after seeing Queenslands vaccination rates climb. 📈

Ive worked in hotel quarantine which I really loved, Ive also performed testing at fever clinics and now am working across a few vaccinations hubs, Mia said. 

Its been rewarding working through each sort of phase of the pandemic, I feel like we really are on the road to recovery right now!

Looking to get vaxxed? Heres where you can get yours! https://bit.ly/3aQ6oEX
2 days ago

Now what might this condition be? 🤔 Here’s a hint: most people recover completely from _ _ L '_ _ A _ _ Y without ANY treatment! 😎 Use the hints above to leave your guess below and #guessthecondition. 👇 ... See MoreSee Less

Now what might this condition be? 🤔 Here’s a hint: most people recover completely from _ _ L _     _ A _ _ Y without ANY treatment! 😎 Use the hints above to leave your guess below and #guessthecondition. 👇
3 days ago

Meet Nick 👋 👷‍♂️💡 It takes more than doctors and nurses to keep a hospital running and electricians like Nick are just part of our huge team.

Nick is about to celebrate his one-year anniversary here at the #Herston campus and loves working to keep the lights on for both #RBWH, #STARS and the many other buildings we have here. 🔦

“I love working here, it’s a really fun and enjoyable place to work,” he said.

“There's a huge variety of work available, especially when it's such a large campus, I definitely don’t get bored.

“As a relatively new tradesman I'm learning lots from the older boys who have a lot more experience and have been here a lot longer than me.”
... See MoreSee Less

Meet Nick 👋 👷‍♂️💡 It takes more than doctors and nurses to keep a hospital running and electricians like Nick are just part of our huge team.
 
Nick is about to celebrate his one-year anniversary here at the #Herston campus and loves working to keep the lights on for both #RBWH, #STARS and the many other buildings we have here. 🔦
 
“I love working here, it’s a really fun and enjoyable place to work,” he said.
 
“Theres a huge variety of work available, especially when its such a large campus, I definitely don’t get bored.  
 
“As a relatively new tradesman Im learning lots from the older boys who have a lot more experience and have been here a lot longer than me.”
4 days ago

For almost ten years #RBWH assistant in nursing Chabane has been busily working behind closed doors to make sure equipment is ready for our surgeries. He works in the Clinical Consumables Group who receive and process equipment, making sure all the right pieces are ready for surgery, before sending it through to the Sterilisation Processing Centre. 📝🏥

Once all the equipment has been sterilised, it gets sent to surgery - counted, cleaned and ready to go!

"Right now in this area there are about 80 trays of equipment - they can include many things like screws, implants, plates and instruments. I have to make sure everything that a surgeon needs to perform a surgery is accounted for on these trays" Chabane said.

Chabane and his colleagues are part of a well-oiled team that keeps surgeries ticking over at #RBWH so join us in giving them a big #ShoutoutSaturday! 🤩
... See MoreSee Less

For almost ten years #RBWH assistant in nursing Chabane has been busily working behind closed doors to make sure equipment is ready for our surgeries. He works in the Clinical Consumables Group who receive and process equipment, making sure all the right pieces are ready for surgery, before sending it through to the Sterilisation Processing Centre. 📝🏥

Once all the equipment has been sterilised, it gets sent to surgery - counted, cleaned and ready to go!

Right now in this area there are about 80 trays of equipment - they can include many things like screws, implants, plates and instruments. I have to make sure everything that a surgeon needs to perform a surgery is accounted for on these trays Chabane said. 

Chabane and his colleagues are part of a well-oiled team that keeps surgeries ticking over at #RBWH so join us in giving them a big #ShoutoutSaturday! 🤩
5 days ago

Around 110,000 Australian women suffer a miscarriage every year, 2,200 more endure a stillbirth, and 600 lose their baby in the first 28 days after birth. #RBWH bereavement midwives Natalie (left) and Laura (right) understand how challenging these times are for women and their families. 🕯️💕💫

"Parents experiencing a loss often find that because their friends and families don't know what to say, they say nothing at all," Natalie said.

"It's so important to check in with someone if you know they're going through this. Women tend to feel isolated, lonely and so often blame themselves for what's happened - you can help by talking it through with them and letting them know you're there for support."

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If you know someone who has lost a baby or infant, let them know you're thinking of them.
... See MoreSee Less

Around 110,000 Australian women suffer a miscarriage every year, 2,200 more endure a stillbirth, and 600 lose their baby in the first 28 days after birth. #RBWH bereavement midwives Natalie (left) and Laura (right) understand how challenging these times are for women and their families. 🕯️💕💫

Parents experiencing a loss often find that because their friends and families dont know what to say, they say nothing at all, Natalie said. 

Its so important to check in with someone if you know theyre going through this. Women tend to feel isolated, lonely and so often blame themselves for whats happened - you can help by talking it through with them and letting them know youre there for support.

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If you know someone who has lost a baby or infant, let them know youre thinking of them.

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
15 hours ago

The plan for reopening Queensland's borders is out and we're so excited to see families and friends reunite in the coming months. The first step to making this possible is to get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 💉💪

RN Mia has been part of the COVID-19 response since the beginning and has started to feel a little more at ease after seeing Queensland's vaccination rates climb. 📈

"I've worked in hotel quarantine which I really loved, I've also performed testing at fever clinics and now am working across a few vaccinations hubs," Mia said.

"It's been rewarding working through each sort of phase of the pandemic, I feel like we really are on the road to recovery right now!"

Looking to get vaxxed? Here's where you can get yours! bit.ly/3aQ6oEX
... See MoreSee Less

The plan for reopening Queenslands borders is out and were so excited to see families and friends reunite in the coming months. The first step to making this possible is to get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 💉💪

RN Mia has been part of the COVID-19 response since the beginning and has started to feel a little more at ease after seeing Queenslands vaccination rates climb. 📈

Ive worked in hotel quarantine which I really loved, Ive also performed testing at fever clinics and now am working across a few vaccinations hubs, Mia said. 

Its been rewarding working through each sort of phase of the pandemic, I feel like we really are on the road to recovery right now!

Looking to get vaxxed? Heres where you can get yours! https://bit.ly/3aQ6oEX
2 days ago

Now what might this condition be? 🤔 Here’s a hint: most people recover completely from _ _ L '_ _ A _ _ Y without ANY treatment! 😎 Use the hints above to leave your guess below and #guessthecondition. 👇 ... See MoreSee Less

Now what might this condition be? 🤔 Here’s a hint: most people recover completely from _ _ L _     _ A _ _ Y without ANY treatment! 😎 Use the hints above to leave your guess below and #guessthecondition. 👇
3 days ago

Meet Nick 👋 👷‍♂️💡 It takes more than doctors and nurses to keep a hospital running and electricians like Nick are just part of our huge team.

Nick is about to celebrate his one-year anniversary here at the #Herston campus and loves working to keep the lights on for both #RBWH, #STARS and the many other buildings we have here. 🔦

“I love working here, it’s a really fun and enjoyable place to work,” he said.

“There's a huge variety of work available, especially when it's such a large campus, I definitely don’t get bored.

“As a relatively new tradesman I'm learning lots from the older boys who have a lot more experience and have been here a lot longer than me.”
... See MoreSee Less

Meet Nick 👋 👷‍♂️💡 It takes more than doctors and nurses to keep a hospital running and electricians like Nick are just part of our huge team.
 
Nick is about to celebrate his one-year anniversary here at the #Herston campus and loves working to keep the lights on for both #RBWH, #STARS and the many other buildings we have here. 🔦
 
“I love working here, it’s a really fun and enjoyable place to work,” he said.
 
“Theres a huge variety of work available, especially when its such a large campus, I definitely don’t get bored.  
 
“As a relatively new tradesman Im learning lots from the older boys who have a lot more experience and have been here a lot longer than me.”
4 days ago

For almost ten years #RBWH assistant in nursing Chabane has been busily working behind closed doors to make sure equipment is ready for our surgeries. He works in the Clinical Consumables Group who receive and process equipment, making sure all the right pieces are ready for surgery, before sending it through to the Sterilisation Processing Centre. 📝🏥

Once all the equipment has been sterilised, it gets sent to surgery - counted, cleaned and ready to go!

"Right now in this area there are about 80 trays of equipment - they can include many things like screws, implants, plates and instruments. I have to make sure everything that a surgeon needs to perform a surgery is accounted for on these trays" Chabane said.

Chabane and his colleagues are part of a well-oiled team that keeps surgeries ticking over at #RBWH so join us in giving them a big #ShoutoutSaturday! 🤩
... See MoreSee Less

For almost ten years #RBWH assistant in nursing Chabane has been busily working behind closed doors to make sure equipment is ready for our surgeries. He works in the Clinical Consumables Group who receive and process equipment, making sure all the right pieces are ready for surgery, before sending it through to the Sterilisation Processing Centre. 📝🏥

Once all the equipment has been sterilised, it gets sent to surgery - counted, cleaned and ready to go!

Right now in this area there are about 80 trays of equipment - they can include many things like screws, implants, plates and instruments. I have to make sure everything that a surgeon needs to perform a surgery is accounted for on these trays Chabane said. 

Chabane and his colleagues are part of a well-oiled team that keeps surgeries ticking over at #RBWH so join us in giving them a big #ShoutoutSaturday! 🤩
5 days ago

Around 110,000 Australian women suffer a miscarriage every year, 2,200 more endure a stillbirth, and 600 lose their baby in the first 28 days after birth. #RBWH bereavement midwives Natalie (left) and Laura (right) understand how challenging these times are for women and their families. 🕯️💕💫

"Parents experiencing a loss often find that because their friends and families don't know what to say, they say nothing at all," Natalie said.

"It's so important to check in with someone if you know they're going through this. Women tend to feel isolated, lonely and so often blame themselves for what's happened - you can help by talking it through with them and letting them know you're there for support."

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If you know someone who has lost a baby or infant, let them know you're thinking of them.
... See MoreSee Less

Around 110,000 Australian women suffer a miscarriage every year, 2,200 more endure a stillbirth, and 600 lose their baby in the first 28 days after birth. #RBWH bereavement midwives Natalie (left) and Laura (right) understand how challenging these times are for women and their families. 🕯️💕💫

Parents experiencing a loss often find that because their friends and families dont know what to say, they say nothing at all, Natalie said. 

Its so important to check in with someone if you know theyre going through this. Women tend to feel isolated, lonely and so often blame themselves for whats happened - you can help by talking it through with them and letting them know youre there for support.

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If you know someone who has lost a baby or infant, let them know youre thinking of them.