Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are nine times more likely to have a cardiac event before they’re 45. Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital emergency physician Professor Louise Cullen is working to change that.
Caboolture Satellite Hospital community open day. Come along on Monday 31 July for the Caboolture Satellite Hospital community open day.
Metro North Health are leading the way with a first of a kind program to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with ease of access to discharge medication at no cost to the patient.
Metro North Health will today welcome a record 139 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students into the Deadly Start program as it expands across the State.
When Pastor Uncle Rodney Minniecon, a Gurang Gurang and Kabi Kabi man from Bundaberg Queensland, travelled to Brisbane as a Minister, he fell severely unwell for the first time in over 60 years.
The Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment Project (CHRP) is another way that Metro North Health is helping to close the gap of health inequities experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Metro North Health has this week launched its health equity strategy to improve health outcomes and ensure life expectancy parity by 2031 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Metro North Health has unveiled a bold new campaign – Health Equity Starts with Me - to drive health equity and eliminate institutional racism across the health service.
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.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community has access to an innovative new mobile oral health screening service.