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15 March 2024|

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Caboolture Hospital

97-120 McKean Street
CABOOLTURE QLD 4510
entry via Mewett Street
Phone: (07) 5433 8888

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15 Rowe Street
CABOOLTURE QLD 4510
Phone: (07) 5433 7555

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2 days ago

The Common Good Au together with Hospitals United for Sick Kids (HUSK) hosted a national fundraising launch at Caboolture Hospital during the week.

This HUSK campaign helps to fund new equipment and patient care initiatives. Here, the funds have been used for several items, such as virtual reality goggles, and more recently contributed to the redeveloped children’s ward including a new kids' retreat area.

HUSK gifted 15 scrubs to Caboolture Hospital, which feature their new mascot character called ‘Blip’, which paediatric ward staff Maria, Leeta and Brie today were more than happy to sport.

#ShoutoutSaturday to everyone involved in making the Caboolture Hospital kids happy. 😃

[Accessibility image description: Nurses Maria, Leeta and Brie are wearing 'BLIP' scrubs which are dark purple with a little yellow alien astronaut.]
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The Common Good Au together with Hospitals United for Sick Kids (HUSK) hosted a national fundraising launch at Caboolture Hospital during the week.

This HUSK campaign helps to fund new equipment and patient care initiatives. Here, the funds have been used for several items, such as virtual reality goggles, and more recently contributed to the redeveloped children’s ward including a new kids retreat area. 

HUSK gifted 15 scrubs to Caboolture Hospital, which feature their new mascot character called ‘Blip’, which paediatric ward staff Maria, Leeta and Brie today were more than happy to sport. 

#ShoutoutSaturday to everyone involved in making the Caboolture Hospital kids happy.  😃

[Accessibility image description: Nurses Maria, Leeta and Brie are wearing BLIP scrubs which are dark purple with a little yellow alien astronaut.]

Comment on Facebook

The team look incredible in their Hospitals United for Sick Kids scrubs featuring Blip! 👏

We love our Common Good Crew at Caboolture Hospital !! The staff offer a welcome short stop fuel station to all of us who are constantly on the go!! Thanks a million!!

Looking good Brie Horton 🩷

1 week ago

Caboolture Hospital staff Tracy and Janita are excited about a new Torres Strait Islands map on display, making patients feel safe and welcome when they arrive at hospital.

For Tracy, who is both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, the addition of the Torres Strait Islands map alongside the existing Aboriginal map signifies a way forward for two different cultures.

"My Mum is Aboriginal and my Dad is from Torres Strait, and I grew up in North Queensland in the Cairns surrounding area as well as spending some of my childhood on Thursday Island," Tracy said.

"For me, this is about having the identification of two different cultures which ultimately gives better health outcomes." 🌏

[Accessibility image description: Tracy and Janita stand smiling in front of a framed picture of the Torres Strait Islands map, on the wall of the hospital.]
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Caboolture Hospital staff Tracy and Janita are excited about a new Torres Strait Islands map on display, making patients feel safe and welcome when they arrive at hospital.

For Tracy, who is both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, the addition of the Torres Strait Islands map alongside the existing Aboriginal map signifies a way forward for two different cultures.

My Mum is Aboriginal and my Dad is from Torres Strait, and I grew up in North Queensland in the Cairns surrounding area as well as spending some of my childhood on Thursday Island, Tracy said.

For me, this is about having the identification of two different cultures which ultimately gives better health outcomes. 🌏

[Accessibility image description: Tracy and Janita stand smiling in front of a framed picture of the Torres Strait Islands map, on the wall of the hospital.]

Comment on Facebook

Absolutely amazing work!! You are both an inspiration ❤️

Thank you both for doing such amazing work! Greatly appreciated!

My two favourite ladies!! So proud of what you both have achieved in the health equity space for CKW. 👏👏👏

Superstars Tracy & Janita. Doing fantastic work for CKW!

Well done ladies, just amazing

Deadly job…well done !

Lovely photo ladies!

Hello lovely Tracey

Great foto Janita xx

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1 week ago

Mum Ashlee and midwife Bec are two peas in a pod, after spending months seeing each other as part of the Starting Well program. 💕

As a joint initiative by Caboolture Hospital and Brisbane North PHN, the program pairs patients who might benefit from extra support during pregnancy with the same midwife throughout their care - with the continuity of care continuing once their baby is born.

Ashlee, who has 8-month-old Arlo, was new to the region when she came across the program which allowed her to build a strong rapport with Bec.

“You visit the same midwife during pregnancy and post-partum, and this was in addition to the hospital care provided. I felt so supported by my midwife and I’m astounded by the genuine care and advocacy she had for me, including linking me in with lots of services I had never heard of," she said.

“I felt safe and like I wouldn’t be pushed aside, especially as it was my first pregnancy, I really could talk to her about anything.” 🤗

[Accessibility image description: Midwife Bec wears a striped dress and smiles with mum Ashlee, who holds baby Arlo on her left hip.]
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Mum Ashlee and midwife Bec are two peas in a pod, after spending months seeing each other as part of the Starting Well program. 💕

As a joint initiative by Caboolture Hospital and Brisbane North PHN, the program pairs patients who might benefit from extra support during pregnancy with the same midwife throughout their care - with the continuity of care continuing once their baby is born.

Ashlee, who has 8-month-old Arlo, was new to the region when she came across the program which allowed her to build a strong rapport with Bec.

“You visit the same midwife during pregnancy and post-partum, and this was in addition to the hospital care provided. I felt so supported by my midwife and I’m astounded by the genuine care and advocacy she had for me, including linking me in with lots of services I had never heard of, she said.

“I felt safe and like I wouldn’t be pushed aside, especially as it was my first pregnancy, I really could talk to her about anything.” 🤗

[Accessibility image description: Midwife Bec wears a striped dress and smiles with mum Ashlee, who holds baby Arlo on her left hip.]

Comment on Facebook

Great! how do you access this?

Bec is amazing and was so helpful for myself and my daughter. Even though we had to be transferred to RBWH at 23vweeks for our tiny baby girl (564g) to be born at 27weeks. I couldn't have gotten through the early stages without Bec💜. Bella-Jane is doing very well now🥰

Proud of this program and the collaboration between the midwives, O&G, Child Health and GP’s to bring exceptional care to families with a flexible approach that encourages engagement. Well done Starting Well!!

This is an amazing service! Love your work Bec ♥️

So proud of you Bec and Jodie and all you have achieved

This is amazing. Bec you are making a big difference

Bec and Jodie are superstars! They are both enthusiastic, professional, thoughtful and caring.

Best midwife hands down. True asset to program.

An incredible program & even more incredible midwife 🩷

I done this four years ago with the Caboolture hospital. Make it so much better

We love midwife Bec💓

🙌 starting well team … Go Bec 💖

One fine midwife right there! ❤️

Ashlee Corlett so cute Ash!!!

Brisbane North PHN

Hopefully the program begins to implement a known midwife at birth, to reduce harm to mums and bubs 🙂

Left hip?

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Bribie Island's healthcare offering is growing and so is our workforce

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Caboolture Hospital

McKean Street CABOOLTURE QLD 4510 Phone: (07) 5433 8888

Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment artist impression
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/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
2 days ago

The Common Good Au together with Hospitals United for Sick Kids (HUSK) hosted a national fundraising launch at Caboolture Hospital during the week.

This HUSK campaign helps to fund new equipment and patient care initiatives. Here, the funds have been used for several items, such as virtual reality goggles, and more recently contributed to the redeveloped children’s ward including a new kids' retreat area.

HUSK gifted 15 scrubs to Caboolture Hospital, which feature their new mascot character called ‘Blip’, which paediatric ward staff Maria, Leeta and Brie today were more than happy to sport.

#ShoutoutSaturday to everyone involved in making the Caboolture Hospital kids happy. 😃

[Accessibility image description: Nurses Maria, Leeta and Brie are wearing 'BLIP' scrubs which are dark purple with a little yellow alien astronaut.]
... See MoreSee Less

The Common Good Au together with Hospitals United for Sick Kids (HUSK) hosted a national fundraising launch at Caboolture Hospital during the week.

This HUSK campaign helps to fund new equipment and patient care initiatives. Here, the funds have been used for several items, such as virtual reality goggles, and more recently contributed to the redeveloped children’s ward including a new kids retreat area. 

HUSK gifted 15 scrubs to Caboolture Hospital, which feature their new mascot character called ‘Blip’, which paediatric ward staff Maria, Leeta and Brie today were more than happy to sport. 

#ShoutoutSaturday to everyone involved in making the Caboolture Hospital kids happy.  😃

[Accessibility image description: Nurses Maria, Leeta and Brie are wearing BLIP scrubs which are dark purple with a little yellow alien astronaut.]

Comment on Facebook

The team look incredible in their Hospitals United for Sick Kids scrubs featuring Blip! 👏

We love our Common Good Crew at Caboolture Hospital !! The staff offer a welcome short stop fuel station to all of us who are constantly on the go!! Thanks a million!!

Looking good Brie Horton 🩷

1 week ago

Caboolture Hospital staff Tracy and Janita are excited about a new Torres Strait Islands map on display, making patients feel safe and welcome when they arrive at hospital.

For Tracy, who is both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, the addition of the Torres Strait Islands map alongside the existing Aboriginal map signifies a way forward for two different cultures.

"My Mum is Aboriginal and my Dad is from Torres Strait, and I grew up in North Queensland in the Cairns surrounding area as well as spending some of my childhood on Thursday Island," Tracy said.

"For me, this is about having the identification of two different cultures which ultimately gives better health outcomes." 🌏

[Accessibility image description: Tracy and Janita stand smiling in front of a framed picture of the Torres Strait Islands map, on the wall of the hospital.]
... See MoreSee Less

Caboolture Hospital staff Tracy and Janita are excited about a new Torres Strait Islands map on display, making patients feel safe and welcome when they arrive at hospital.

For Tracy, who is both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, the addition of the Torres Strait Islands map alongside the existing Aboriginal map signifies a way forward for two different cultures.

My Mum is Aboriginal and my Dad is from Torres Strait, and I grew up in North Queensland in the Cairns surrounding area as well as spending some of my childhood on Thursday Island, Tracy said.

For me, this is about having the identification of two different cultures which ultimately gives better health outcomes. 🌏

[Accessibility image description: Tracy and Janita stand smiling in front of a framed picture of the Torres Strait Islands map, on the wall of the hospital.]

Comment on Facebook

Absolutely amazing work!! You are both an inspiration ❤️

Thank you both for doing such amazing work! Greatly appreciated!

My two favourite ladies!! So proud of what you both have achieved in the health equity space for CKW. 👏👏👏

Superstars Tracy & Janita. Doing fantastic work for CKW!

Well done ladies, just amazing

Deadly job…well done !

Lovely photo ladies!

Hello lovely Tracey

Great foto Janita xx

View more comments

1 week ago

Mum Ashlee and midwife Bec are two peas in a pod, after spending months seeing each other as part of the Starting Well program. 💕

As a joint initiative by Caboolture Hospital and Brisbane North PHN, the program pairs patients who might benefit from extra support during pregnancy with the same midwife throughout their care - with the continuity of care continuing once their baby is born.

Ashlee, who has 8-month-old Arlo, was new to the region when she came across the program which allowed her to build a strong rapport with Bec.

“You visit the same midwife during pregnancy and post-partum, and this was in addition to the hospital care provided. I felt so supported by my midwife and I’m astounded by the genuine care and advocacy she had for me, including linking me in with lots of services I had never heard of," she said.

“I felt safe and like I wouldn’t be pushed aside, especially as it was my first pregnancy, I really could talk to her about anything.” 🤗

[Accessibility image description: Midwife Bec wears a striped dress and smiles with mum Ashlee, who holds baby Arlo on her left hip.]
... See MoreSee Less

Mum Ashlee and midwife Bec are two peas in a pod, after spending months seeing each other as part of the Starting Well program. 💕

As a joint initiative by Caboolture Hospital and Brisbane North PHN, the program pairs patients who might benefit from extra support during pregnancy with the same midwife throughout their care - with the continuity of care continuing once their baby is born.

Ashlee, who has 8-month-old Arlo, was new to the region when she came across the program which allowed her to build a strong rapport with Bec.

“You visit the same midwife during pregnancy and post-partum, and this was in addition to the hospital care provided. I felt so supported by my midwife and I’m astounded by the genuine care and advocacy she had for me, including linking me in with lots of services I had never heard of, she said.

“I felt safe and like I wouldn’t be pushed aside, especially as it was my first pregnancy, I really could talk to her about anything.” 🤗

[Accessibility image description: Midwife Bec wears a striped dress and smiles with mum Ashlee, who holds baby Arlo on her left hip.]

Comment on Facebook

Great! how do you access this?

Bec is amazing and was so helpful for myself and my daughter. Even though we had to be transferred to RBWH at 23vweeks for our tiny baby girl (564g) to be born at 27weeks. I couldn't have gotten through the early stages without Bec💜. Bella-Jane is doing very well now🥰

Proud of this program and the collaboration between the midwives, O&G, Child Health and GP’s to bring exceptional care to families with a flexible approach that encourages engagement. Well done Starting Well!!

This is an amazing service! Love your work Bec ♥️

So proud of you Bec and Jodie and all you have achieved

This is amazing. Bec you are making a big difference

Bec and Jodie are superstars! They are both enthusiastic, professional, thoughtful and caring.

Best midwife hands down. True asset to program.

An incredible program & even more incredible midwife 🩷

I done this four years ago with the Caboolture hospital. Make it so much better

We love midwife Bec💓

🙌 starting well team … Go Bec 💖

One fine midwife right there! ❤️

Ashlee Corlett so cute Ash!!!

Brisbane North PHN

Hopefully the program begins to implement a known midwife at birth, to reduce harm to mums and bubs 🙂

Left hip?

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Bribie Island's healthcare offering is growing and so is our workforce

Caboolture Hospital

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McKean Street CABOOLTURE QLD 4029 Phone: (07) 5433 8888

Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment artist impression
Read more

Latest news


More news

Events


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/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
2 days ago

The Common Good Au together with Hospitals United for Sick Kids (HUSK) hosted a national fundraising launch at Caboolture Hospital during the week.

This HUSK campaign helps to fund new equipment and patient care initiatives. Here, the funds have been used for several items, such as virtual reality goggles, and more recently contributed to the redeveloped children’s ward including a new kids' retreat area.

HUSK gifted 15 scrubs to Caboolture Hospital, which feature their new mascot character called ‘Blip’, which paediatric ward staff Maria, Leeta and Brie today were more than happy to sport.

#ShoutoutSaturday to everyone involved in making the Caboolture Hospital kids happy. 😃

[Accessibility image description: Nurses Maria, Leeta and Brie are wearing 'BLIP' scrubs which are dark purple with a little yellow alien astronaut.]
... See MoreSee Less

The Common Good Au together with Hospitals United for Sick Kids (HUSK) hosted a national fundraising launch at Caboolture Hospital during the week.

This HUSK campaign helps to fund new equipment and patient care initiatives. Here, the funds have been used for several items, such as virtual reality goggles, and more recently contributed to the redeveloped children’s ward including a new kids retreat area. 

HUSK gifted 15 scrubs to Caboolture Hospital, which feature their new mascot character called ‘Blip’, which paediatric ward staff Maria, Leeta and Brie today were more than happy to sport. 

#ShoutoutSaturday to everyone involved in making the Caboolture Hospital kids happy.  😃

[Accessibility image description: Nurses Maria, Leeta and Brie are wearing BLIP scrubs which are dark purple with a little yellow alien astronaut.]

Comment on Facebook

The team look incredible in their Hospitals United for Sick Kids scrubs featuring Blip! 👏

We love our Common Good Crew at Caboolture Hospital !! The staff offer a welcome short stop fuel station to all of us who are constantly on the go!! Thanks a million!!

Looking good Brie Horton 🩷

1 week ago

Caboolture Hospital staff Tracy and Janita are excited about a new Torres Strait Islands map on display, making patients feel safe and welcome when they arrive at hospital.

For Tracy, who is both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, the addition of the Torres Strait Islands map alongside the existing Aboriginal map signifies a way forward for two different cultures.

"My Mum is Aboriginal and my Dad is from Torres Strait, and I grew up in North Queensland in the Cairns surrounding area as well as spending some of my childhood on Thursday Island," Tracy said.

"For me, this is about having the identification of two different cultures which ultimately gives better health outcomes." 🌏

[Accessibility image description: Tracy and Janita stand smiling in front of a framed picture of the Torres Strait Islands map, on the wall of the hospital.]
... See MoreSee Less

Caboolture Hospital staff Tracy and Janita are excited about a new Torres Strait Islands map on display, making patients feel safe and welcome when they arrive at hospital.

For Tracy, who is both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, the addition of the Torres Strait Islands map alongside the existing Aboriginal map signifies a way forward for two different cultures.

My Mum is Aboriginal and my Dad is from Torres Strait, and I grew up in North Queensland in the Cairns surrounding area as well as spending some of my childhood on Thursday Island, Tracy said.

For me, this is about having the identification of two different cultures which ultimately gives better health outcomes. 🌏

[Accessibility image description: Tracy and Janita stand smiling in front of a framed picture of the Torres Strait Islands map, on the wall of the hospital.]

Comment on Facebook

Absolutely amazing work!! You are both an inspiration ❤️

Thank you both for doing such amazing work! Greatly appreciated!

My two favourite ladies!! So proud of what you both have achieved in the health equity space for CKW. 👏👏👏

Superstars Tracy & Janita. Doing fantastic work for CKW!

Well done ladies, just amazing

Deadly job…well done !

Lovely photo ladies!

Hello lovely Tracey

Great foto Janita xx

View more comments

1 week ago

Mum Ashlee and midwife Bec are two peas in a pod, after spending months seeing each other as part of the Starting Well program. 💕

As a joint initiative by Caboolture Hospital and Brisbane North PHN, the program pairs patients who might benefit from extra support during pregnancy with the same midwife throughout their care - with the continuity of care continuing once their baby is born.

Ashlee, who has 8-month-old Arlo, was new to the region when she came across the program which allowed her to build a strong rapport with Bec.

“You visit the same midwife during pregnancy and post-partum, and this was in addition to the hospital care provided. I felt so supported by my midwife and I’m astounded by the genuine care and advocacy she had for me, including linking me in with lots of services I had never heard of," she said.

“I felt safe and like I wouldn’t be pushed aside, especially as it was my first pregnancy, I really could talk to her about anything.” 🤗

[Accessibility image description: Midwife Bec wears a striped dress and smiles with mum Ashlee, who holds baby Arlo on her left hip.]
... See MoreSee Less

Mum Ashlee and midwife Bec are two peas in a pod, after spending months seeing each other as part of the Starting Well program. 💕

As a joint initiative by Caboolture Hospital and Brisbane North PHN, the program pairs patients who might benefit from extra support during pregnancy with the same midwife throughout their care - with the continuity of care continuing once their baby is born.

Ashlee, who has 8-month-old Arlo, was new to the region when she came across the program which allowed her to build a strong rapport with Bec.

“You visit the same midwife during pregnancy and post-partum, and this was in addition to the hospital care provided. I felt so supported by my midwife and I’m astounded by the genuine care and advocacy she had for me, including linking me in with lots of services I had never heard of, she said.

“I felt safe and like I wouldn’t be pushed aside, especially as it was my first pregnancy, I really could talk to her about anything.” 🤗

[Accessibility image description: Midwife Bec wears a striped dress and smiles with mum Ashlee, who holds baby Arlo on her left hip.]

Comment on Facebook

Great! how do you access this?

Bec is amazing and was so helpful for myself and my daughter. Even though we had to be transferred to RBWH at 23vweeks for our tiny baby girl (564g) to be born at 27weeks. I couldn't have gotten through the early stages without Bec💜. Bella-Jane is doing very well now🥰

Proud of this program and the collaboration between the midwives, O&G, Child Health and GP’s to bring exceptional care to families with a flexible approach that encourages engagement. Well done Starting Well!!

This is an amazing service! Love your work Bec ♥️

So proud of you Bec and Jodie and all you have achieved

This is amazing. Bec you are making a big difference

Bec and Jodie are superstars! They are both enthusiastic, professional, thoughtful and caring.

Best midwife hands down. True asset to program.

An incredible program & even more incredible midwife 🩷

I done this four years ago with the Caboolture hospital. Make it so much better

We love midwife Bec💓

🙌 starting well team … Go Bec 💖

One fine midwife right there! ❤️

Ashlee Corlett so cute Ash!!!

Brisbane North PHN

Hopefully the program begins to implement a known midwife at birth, to reduce harm to mums and bubs 🙂

Left hip?

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