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Phone: (07) 3646 8111

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3 hours ago

After undergoing a caesarean birth at Caboolture Hospital yesterday, Rebekka Wilkinson has bounced back this morning and she can’t wipe the smile off her face. 😇❤️

The Wilkinson’s had a long and challenging fertility journey and were overjoyed to welcome their new baby boy, Declan, into the world.

Declan’s Great-Grandma, Grace, was also eagerly awaiting the arrival of her fifth great grandchild and lovingly crocheted him a beautiful baby blanket in the weeks prior to his birth.

Declan sure looks snug as a bug in his rug in his mum’s arms and in his new blankie! #FeelgoodFriday
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After undergoing a caesarean birth at Caboolture Hospital yesterday, Rebekka Wilkinson has bounced back this morning and she can’t wipe the smile off her face. 😇❤️
 
The Wilkinson’s had a long and challenging fertility journey and were overjoyed to welcome their new baby boy, Declan, into the world. 
 
Declan’s Great-Grandma, Grace, was also eagerly awaiting the arrival of her fifth great grandchild and lovingly crocheted him a beautiful baby blanket in the weeks prior to his birth.
 
Declan sure looks snug as a bug in his rug in his mum’s arms and in his new blankie! #FeelgoodFriday
1 day ago

38 days ago 74-year-old Jean suffered a stroke that landed her in #RBWH's ICU. Since then she's been recovering at #STARS and is surrounded by a team of allied health professionals who are set on getting Jean feeling like her old self again. One way they're doing that is to make sure Jean's rehab programs is built on the things she loves to do so she can get back to doing them on her own, sooner! 👩‍🍳💓

"I particularly like baking because it's precise and even if I don't have a sweet tooth, Dieter certainly does," Jean said.

"My partner Dieter is German and he loves his specialty dishes like kaiserschmarrn, a type of pancake.

"He's always so appreciative when I cook and he never takes anything for granted, I look forward to baking for him again."

Jean is getting stronger by the day and we're sure she'll be whipping up some kaiserschmarrn in no time! 🥞🤤
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38 days ago 74-year-old Jean suffered a stroke that landed her in #RBWHs ICU. Since then shes been recovering at #STARS and is surrounded by a team of allied health professionals who are set on getting Jean feeling like her old self again. One way theyre doing that is to make sure Jeans rehab programs is built on the things she loves to do so she can get back to doing them on her own, sooner! 👩‍🍳💓

I particularly like baking because its precise and even if I dont have a sweet tooth, Dieter certainly does, Jean said. 

My partner Dieter is German and he loves his specialty dishes like kaiserschmarrn, a type of pancake.

Hes always so appreciative when I cook and he never takes anything for granted, I look forward to baking for him again.

Jean is getting stronger by the day and were sure shell be whipping up some kaiserschmarrn in no time! 🥞🤤
2 days ago

Simon is one of our gynaecology oncology fellows at RBWH, spending his days working across a mix of clinic, research, admin and surgery.

As one of the more diverse fields of medicine you can choose, Simon thinks it’s a great place to be, and that you do get to do a bit of everything.

“I’m seeing patients through to looking at my own research, and there’s scope for the new fellow to research an area they’re particularly passionate about or interested in,” he said.

“It’s a super adaptive area, because what we’re doing now is different to what we were doing 10 years ago, and it will look different in another 10 years’ time, as we continue to learn more about malignancies and novel treatments.”

Want to join Simon in making a difference? Apply for the role, here: smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-RBH418128 #WorkforusWednesday
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Simon is one of our gynaecology oncology fellows at RBWH, spending his days working across a mix of clinic, research, admin and surgery.

As one of the more diverse fields of medicine you can choose, Simon thinks it’s a great place to be, and that you do get to do a bit of everything.

“I’m seeing patients through to looking at my own research, and there’s scope for the new fellow to research an area they’re particularly passionate about or interested in,” he said.

“It’s a super adaptive area, because what we’re doing now is different to what we were doing 10 years ago, and it will look different in another 10 years’ time, as we continue to learn more about malignancies and novel treatments.” 

Want to join Simon in making a difference? Apply for the role, here: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-RBH418128 #WorkforusWednesday
3 days ago

Meet George 👋 George suffered a septic wound and since then has been a much-loved resident at Gannet House. As an avid painter, he finds solace in art and manages to escape pain by picking up a paintbrush and reconnecting with his culture and identity. 🎨🌟

"When I start painting, I get so involved in what I'm doing that I forget about my situation and my pain," George said.

"It's almost like the desire to paint overcomes whatever pain or discomfort I feel that day.

"Getting lost in my art has also been an opportunity to dive deeper into my culture and traditions. I'm Torres Strait Islander and sometimes when I'm painting I regain memories of everything my dad, mother and grandparents taught me when I was young."
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Meet George 👋 George suffered a septic wound and since then has been a much-loved resident at Gannet House. As an avid painter, he finds solace in art and manages to escape pain by picking up a paintbrush and reconnecting with his culture and identity. 🎨🌟

When I start painting, I get so involved in what Im doing that I forget about my situation and my pain, George said.

Its almost like the desire to paint overcomes whatever pain or discomfort I feel that day.

Getting lost in my art has also been an opportunity to dive deeper into my culture and traditions. Im Torres Strait Islander and sometimes when Im painting I regain memories of everything my dad, mother and grandparents taught me when I was young.
4 days ago

"When you're young you think you know everything but you don't. I remember feeling bullet proof thinking that nothing could hurt me. You shouldn't be afraid to ask for help. And make sure you listen to advice from people who know more than you do."

#MondayMantra 💭 Mick, 49 years old, #RBWH cardiology patient. 💥
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When youre young you think you know everything but you dont. I remember feeling bullet proof thinking that nothing could hurt me. You shouldnt be afraid to ask for help. And make sure you listen to advice from people who know more than you do.

#MondayMantra 💭 Mick, 49 years old, #RBWH cardiology patient. 💥

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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

/ MetroNorthHHS

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3 hours ago

After undergoing a caesarean birth at Caboolture Hospital yesterday, Rebekka Wilkinson has bounced back this morning and she can’t wipe the smile off her face. 😇❤️

The Wilkinson’s had a long and challenging fertility journey and were overjoyed to welcome their new baby boy, Declan, into the world.

Declan’s Great-Grandma, Grace, was also eagerly awaiting the arrival of her fifth great grandchild and lovingly crocheted him a beautiful baby blanket in the weeks prior to his birth.

Declan sure looks snug as a bug in his rug in his mum’s arms and in his new blankie! #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

After undergoing a caesarean birth at Caboolture Hospital yesterday, Rebekka Wilkinson has bounced back this morning and she can’t wipe the smile off her face. 😇❤️
 
The Wilkinson’s had a long and challenging fertility journey and were overjoyed to welcome their new baby boy, Declan, into the world. 
 
Declan’s Great-Grandma, Grace, was also eagerly awaiting the arrival of her fifth great grandchild and lovingly crocheted him a beautiful baby blanket in the weeks prior to his birth.
 
Declan sure looks snug as a bug in his rug in his mum’s arms and in his new blankie! #FeelgoodFriday
1 day ago

38 days ago 74-year-old Jean suffered a stroke that landed her in #RBWH's ICU. Since then she's been recovering at #STARS and is surrounded by a team of allied health professionals who are set on getting Jean feeling like her old self again. One way they're doing that is to make sure Jean's rehab programs is built on the things she loves to do so she can get back to doing them on her own, sooner! 👩‍🍳💓

"I particularly like baking because it's precise and even if I don't have a sweet tooth, Dieter certainly does," Jean said.

"My partner Dieter is German and he loves his specialty dishes like kaiserschmarrn, a type of pancake.

"He's always so appreciative when I cook and he never takes anything for granted, I look forward to baking for him again."

Jean is getting stronger by the day and we're sure she'll be whipping up some kaiserschmarrn in no time! 🥞🤤
... See MoreSee Less

38 days ago 74-year-old Jean suffered a stroke that landed her in #RBWHs ICU. Since then shes been recovering at #STARS and is surrounded by a team of allied health professionals who are set on getting Jean feeling like her old self again. One way theyre doing that is to make sure Jeans rehab programs is built on the things she loves to do so she can get back to doing them on her own, sooner! 👩‍🍳💓

I particularly like baking because its precise and even if I dont have a sweet tooth, Dieter certainly does, Jean said. 

My partner Dieter is German and he loves his specialty dishes like kaiserschmarrn, a type of pancake.

Hes always so appreciative when I cook and he never takes anything for granted, I look forward to baking for him again.

Jean is getting stronger by the day and were sure shell be whipping up some kaiserschmarrn in no time! 🥞🤤
2 days ago

Simon is one of our gynaecology oncology fellows at RBWH, spending his days working across a mix of clinic, research, admin and surgery.

As one of the more diverse fields of medicine you can choose, Simon thinks it’s a great place to be, and that you do get to do a bit of everything.

“I’m seeing patients through to looking at my own research, and there’s scope for the new fellow to research an area they’re particularly passionate about or interested in,” he said.

“It’s a super adaptive area, because what we’re doing now is different to what we were doing 10 years ago, and it will look different in another 10 years’ time, as we continue to learn more about malignancies and novel treatments.”

Want to join Simon in making a difference? Apply for the role, here: smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-RBH418128 #WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Simon is one of our gynaecology oncology fellows at RBWH, spending his days working across a mix of clinic, research, admin and surgery.

As one of the more diverse fields of medicine you can choose, Simon thinks it’s a great place to be, and that you do get to do a bit of everything.

“I’m seeing patients through to looking at my own research, and there’s scope for the new fellow to research an area they’re particularly passionate about or interested in,” he said.

“It’s a super adaptive area, because what we’re doing now is different to what we were doing 10 years ago, and it will look different in another 10 years’ time, as we continue to learn more about malignancies and novel treatments.” 

Want to join Simon in making a difference? Apply for the role, here: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-RBH418128 #WorkforusWednesday
3 days ago

Meet George 👋 George suffered a septic wound and since then has been a much-loved resident at Gannet House. As an avid painter, he finds solace in art and manages to escape pain by picking up a paintbrush and reconnecting with his culture and identity. 🎨🌟

"When I start painting, I get so involved in what I'm doing that I forget about my situation and my pain," George said.

"It's almost like the desire to paint overcomes whatever pain or discomfort I feel that day.

"Getting lost in my art has also been an opportunity to dive deeper into my culture and traditions. I'm Torres Strait Islander and sometimes when I'm painting I regain memories of everything my dad, mother and grandparents taught me when I was young."
... See MoreSee Less

Meet George 👋 George suffered a septic wound and since then has been a much-loved resident at Gannet House. As an avid painter, he finds solace in art and manages to escape pain by picking up a paintbrush and reconnecting with his culture and identity. 🎨🌟

When I start painting, I get so involved in what Im doing that I forget about my situation and my pain, George said.

Its almost like the desire to paint overcomes whatever pain or discomfort I feel that day.

Getting lost in my art has also been an opportunity to dive deeper into my culture and traditions. Im Torres Strait Islander and sometimes when Im painting I regain memories of everything my dad, mother and grandparents taught me when I was young.
4 days ago

"When you're young you think you know everything but you don't. I remember feeling bullet proof thinking that nothing could hurt me. You shouldn't be afraid to ask for help. And make sure you listen to advice from people who know more than you do."

#MondayMantra 💭 Mick, 49 years old, #RBWH cardiology patient. 💥
... See MoreSee Less

When youre young you think you know everything but you dont. I remember feeling bullet proof thinking that nothing could hurt me. You shouldnt be afraid to ask for help. And make sure you listen to advice from people who know more than you do.

#MondayMantra 💭 Mick, 49 years old, #RBWH cardiology patient. 💥

Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations
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

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3 hours ago

After undergoing a caesarean birth at Caboolture Hospital yesterday, Rebekka Wilkinson has bounced back this morning and she can’t wipe the smile off her face. 😇❤️

The Wilkinson’s had a long and challenging fertility journey and were overjoyed to welcome their new baby boy, Declan, into the world.

Declan’s Great-Grandma, Grace, was also eagerly awaiting the arrival of her fifth great grandchild and lovingly crocheted him a beautiful baby blanket in the weeks prior to his birth.

Declan sure looks snug as a bug in his rug in his mum’s arms and in his new blankie! #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

After undergoing a caesarean birth at Caboolture Hospital yesterday, Rebekka Wilkinson has bounced back this morning and she can’t wipe the smile off her face. 😇❤️
 
The Wilkinson’s had a long and challenging fertility journey and were overjoyed to welcome their new baby boy, Declan, into the world. 
 
Declan’s Great-Grandma, Grace, was also eagerly awaiting the arrival of her fifth great grandchild and lovingly crocheted him a beautiful baby blanket in the weeks prior to his birth.
 
Declan sure looks snug as a bug in his rug in his mum’s arms and in his new blankie! #FeelgoodFriday
1 day ago

38 days ago 74-year-old Jean suffered a stroke that landed her in #RBWH's ICU. Since then she's been recovering at #STARS and is surrounded by a team of allied health professionals who are set on getting Jean feeling like her old self again. One way they're doing that is to make sure Jean's rehab programs is built on the things she loves to do so she can get back to doing them on her own, sooner! 👩‍🍳💓

"I particularly like baking because it's precise and even if I don't have a sweet tooth, Dieter certainly does," Jean said.

"My partner Dieter is German and he loves his specialty dishes like kaiserschmarrn, a type of pancake.

"He's always so appreciative when I cook and he never takes anything for granted, I look forward to baking for him again."

Jean is getting stronger by the day and we're sure she'll be whipping up some kaiserschmarrn in no time! 🥞🤤
... See MoreSee Less

38 days ago 74-year-old Jean suffered a stroke that landed her in #RBWHs ICU. Since then shes been recovering at #STARS and is surrounded by a team of allied health professionals who are set on getting Jean feeling like her old self again. One way theyre doing that is to make sure Jeans rehab programs is built on the things she loves to do so she can get back to doing them on her own, sooner! 👩‍🍳💓

I particularly like baking because its precise and even if I dont have a sweet tooth, Dieter certainly does, Jean said. 

My partner Dieter is German and he loves his specialty dishes like kaiserschmarrn, a type of pancake.

Hes always so appreciative when I cook and he never takes anything for granted, I look forward to baking for him again.

Jean is getting stronger by the day and were sure shell be whipping up some kaiserschmarrn in no time! 🥞🤤
2 days ago

Simon is one of our gynaecology oncology fellows at RBWH, spending his days working across a mix of clinic, research, admin and surgery.

As one of the more diverse fields of medicine you can choose, Simon thinks it’s a great place to be, and that you do get to do a bit of everything.

“I’m seeing patients through to looking at my own research, and there’s scope for the new fellow to research an area they’re particularly passionate about or interested in,” he said.

“It’s a super adaptive area, because what we’re doing now is different to what we were doing 10 years ago, and it will look different in another 10 years’ time, as we continue to learn more about malignancies and novel treatments.”

Want to join Simon in making a difference? Apply for the role, here: smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-RBH418128 #WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Simon is one of our gynaecology oncology fellows at RBWH, spending his days working across a mix of clinic, research, admin and surgery.

As one of the more diverse fields of medicine you can choose, Simon thinks it’s a great place to be, and that you do get to do a bit of everything.

“I’m seeing patients through to looking at my own research, and there’s scope for the new fellow to research an area they’re particularly passionate about or interested in,” he said.

“It’s a super adaptive area, because what we’re doing now is different to what we were doing 10 years ago, and it will look different in another 10 years’ time, as we continue to learn more about malignancies and novel treatments.” 

Want to join Simon in making a difference? Apply for the role, here: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-RBH418128 #WorkforusWednesday
3 days ago

Meet George 👋 George suffered a septic wound and since then has been a much-loved resident at Gannet House. As an avid painter, he finds solace in art and manages to escape pain by picking up a paintbrush and reconnecting with his culture and identity. 🎨🌟

"When I start painting, I get so involved in what I'm doing that I forget about my situation and my pain," George said.

"It's almost like the desire to paint overcomes whatever pain or discomfort I feel that day.

"Getting lost in my art has also been an opportunity to dive deeper into my culture and traditions. I'm Torres Strait Islander and sometimes when I'm painting I regain memories of everything my dad, mother and grandparents taught me when I was young."
... See MoreSee Less

Meet George 👋 George suffered a septic wound and since then has been a much-loved resident at Gannet House. As an avid painter, he finds solace in art and manages to escape pain by picking up a paintbrush and reconnecting with his culture and identity. 🎨🌟

When I start painting, I get so involved in what Im doing that I forget about my situation and my pain, George said.

Its almost like the desire to paint overcomes whatever pain or discomfort I feel that day.

Getting lost in my art has also been an opportunity to dive deeper into my culture and traditions. Im Torres Strait Islander and sometimes when Im painting I regain memories of everything my dad, mother and grandparents taught me when I was young.
4 days ago

"When you're young you think you know everything but you don't. I remember feeling bullet proof thinking that nothing could hurt me. You shouldn't be afraid to ask for help. And make sure you listen to advice from people who know more than you do."

#MondayMantra 💭 Mick, 49 years old, #RBWH cardiology patient. 💥
... See MoreSee Less

When youre young you think you know everything but you dont. I remember feeling bullet proof thinking that nothing could hurt me. You shouldnt be afraid to ask for help. And make sure you listen to advice from people who know more than you do.

#MondayMantra 💭 Mick, 49 years old, #RBWH cardiology patient. 💥