Emergency doctors at the state’s largest hospital are pleading with young men to take care of themselves and their mates, as they prepare for an influx of booze and peer pressure related injuries.
Some cancer patients in regional Queensland are now able to receive treatment closer to home thanks to a new tele-chemotherapy service.
Christmas came early for Caboolture Hospital’s hard-working volunteers at a party held in their honour recently.
Caboolture Hospital is helping to tackle youth unemployment in the Moreton Bay region with two innovative training programs developing the next generation of health care workers.
Metro North Hospital and Health Service is committed to Closing the Gap. Our Deadly Start Education2Employment program is giving school students a head start in healthcare by training up Indigenous nurses, allied health and dental professionals of the future.
Hospitals and schools across Brisbane have teamed up to boost the number of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students taking up careers in health.
Date: 18 November
Venue: Main Arena, Pine Rivers Showgrounds, Gympie Rd, Lawnton
Metro North Hospital and Health Service staff, family and friends are invited to an end of year celebration to experience sights, sounds and tastes from around the globe.
Staff, patients and the community are celebrating 25 years of caring and compassion at Caboolture Hospital.
Almost 250 runners and walkers from Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital are feeling the burn after participating in the 15th annual QSuper and RBWH Race to the Roof.
Jenny Strachan is one of more than 474,000 unpaid carers in Queensland who provide care and support to a family member. However, like many other carers she often puts her own health needs on hold.