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

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1 day ago

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓

Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣

Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo

We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
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When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓
 
Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣
 
Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo 
 
We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday

Comment on Facebook

We love you our baby girl, Bella-Jane 💜💜💜

💕💕 Bless your precious heart Bella-Jane 💕 💕

Just adorable and such a gorgeous name. I hope your wishes come true and you have your little one home for a Christmas 🎅🏻❤️

Go Bella -Jane, we are all so proud of you 💜

I hope you have your precious little girl home for Christmas! 🎀🎄

Great news here’s hoping she’ll be able to come home for christmas

Beautiful. Well done mumma x

Goodluck beautiful Bella-Jane!! Xx

The strongest Mumma I know ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Just beautiful 💖

Please tell me I am not the only one who wants to go 'poke, poke' to those cheeks???😀

Awesome news

Absolutely beautiful 😍

Omggg I need cuddles 🥰 Welcome nearly home hehe xxx 💋💋💋

Sue Brown

Jen Baker

God take charge

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1 week ago

Falls are one of the main causes of disability in the elderly. Losing mobility, balance and confidence can have a detrimental affect on an individual's physical and mental health. That's why senior physiotherapist Louise, who runs classes at the Caboolture Community Health Centre, is passionate about getting patients feeling strong and balanced again. 💪 #ShoutoutSaturday

"Falls can occur for many reasons, it could simply be loss of balance, tripping over something, muscle weakness or a medical condition," she said.

"Some elderly people don't recover from falls, they might break a hip that never gets better and suddenly they're immobilised - it's very important for those ageing to stay active, even if it's just a walk or some stretches at home, to minimise their risk of a fall later in life."
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Falls are one of the main causes of disability in the elderly. Losing mobility, balance and confidence can have a detrimental affect on an individuals physical and mental health. Thats why senior physiotherapist Louise, who runs classes at the Caboolture Community Health Centre, is passionate about getting patients feeling strong and balanced again. 💪 #ShoutoutSaturday

Falls can occur for many reasons, it could simply be loss of balance, tripping over something, muscle weakness or a medical condition, she said.

Some elderly people dont recover from falls, they might break a hip that never gets better and suddenly theyre immobilised - its very important for those ageing to stay active, even if its just a walk or some stretches at home, to minimise their risk of a fall later in life.

Comment on Facebook

Yay Louise!!! You make such an important difference in people’s lives every day!

Good work Louise, spreading such an important message.

Well done Louise!

You need to have something like this at burpengary

Love your work Louise 👏

Looking good Louise Clements 👌

Hi Louise Clements 💕

Well done Louise Clements 👏

View more comments

1 week ago

Baby Dustin was born at #Caboolture Hospital on Wednesday just before 7 pm - and so far mum Aleea says he's been very well behaved! 🥰

"Dustin is my second boy, I'm not sure if my eldest will be jealous or not yet but I am sure they'll grow up to be best friends," Aleea said.

I mean, who wouldn't want to be friends with this little guy? ❤️ #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

Baby Dustin was born at #Caboolture Hospital on Wednesday just before 7 pm - and so far mum Aleea says hes been very well behaved! 🥰

Dustin is my second boy, Im not sure if my eldest will be jealous or not yet but I am sure theyll grow up to be best friends, Aleea said.

I mean, who wouldnt want to be friends with this little guy? ❤️ #FeelgoodFriday

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations. Your new baby boy is so adorable

The cutest nephew anyone could ask for ❤️

Congratulations 🥳

Dustin is too cute!

Brian Brincat, nothing new under the sun

View more comments

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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:

Latest news


More news

Events


More events
Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

Caboolture Hospital

Reset

Caboolture Hospital

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

COVID-19 Fever Clinics
Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment artist impression
Read more

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
1 day ago

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓

Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣

Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo

We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓
 
Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣
 
Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo 
 
We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday

Comment on Facebook

We love you our baby girl, Bella-Jane 💜💜💜

💕💕 Bless your precious heart Bella-Jane 💕 💕

Just adorable and such a gorgeous name. I hope your wishes come true and you have your little one home for a Christmas 🎅🏻❤️

Go Bella -Jane, we are all so proud of you 💜

I hope you have your precious little girl home for Christmas! 🎀🎄

Great news here’s hoping she’ll be able to come home for christmas

Beautiful. Well done mumma x

Goodluck beautiful Bella-Jane!! Xx

The strongest Mumma I know ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Just beautiful 💖

Please tell me I am not the only one who wants to go 'poke, poke' to those cheeks???😀

Awesome news

Absolutely beautiful 😍

Omggg I need cuddles 🥰 Welcome nearly home hehe xxx 💋💋💋

Sue Brown

Jen Baker

God take charge

View more comments

1 week ago

Falls are one of the main causes of disability in the elderly. Losing mobility, balance and confidence can have a detrimental affect on an individual's physical and mental health. That's why senior physiotherapist Louise, who runs classes at the Caboolture Community Health Centre, is passionate about getting patients feeling strong and balanced again. 💪 #ShoutoutSaturday

"Falls can occur for many reasons, it could simply be loss of balance, tripping over something, muscle weakness or a medical condition," she said.

"Some elderly people don't recover from falls, they might break a hip that never gets better and suddenly they're immobilised - it's very important for those ageing to stay active, even if it's just a walk or some stretches at home, to minimise their risk of a fall later in life."
... See MoreSee Less

Falls are one of the main causes of disability in the elderly. Losing mobility, balance and confidence can have a detrimental affect on an individuals physical and mental health. Thats why senior physiotherapist Louise, who runs classes at the Caboolture Community Health Centre, is passionate about getting patients feeling strong and balanced again. 💪 #ShoutoutSaturday

Falls can occur for many reasons, it could simply be loss of balance, tripping over something, muscle weakness or a medical condition, she said.

Some elderly people dont recover from falls, they might break a hip that never gets better and suddenly theyre immobilised - its very important for those ageing to stay active, even if its just a walk or some stretches at home, to minimise their risk of a fall later in life.

Comment on Facebook

Yay Louise!!! You make such an important difference in people’s lives every day!

Good work Louise, spreading such an important message.

Well done Louise!

You need to have something like this at burpengary

Love your work Louise 👏

Looking good Louise Clements 👌

Hi Louise Clements 💕

Well done Louise Clements 👏

View more comments

1 week ago

Baby Dustin was born at #Caboolture Hospital on Wednesday just before 7 pm - and so far mum Aleea says he's been very well behaved! 🥰

"Dustin is my second boy, I'm not sure if my eldest will be jealous or not yet but I am sure they'll grow up to be best friends," Aleea said.

I mean, who wouldn't want to be friends with this little guy? ❤️ #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

Baby Dustin was born at #Caboolture Hospital on Wednesday just before 7 pm - and so far mum Aleea says hes been very well behaved! 🥰

Dustin is my second boy, Im not sure if my eldest will be jealous or not yet but I am sure theyll grow up to be best friends, Aleea said.

I mean, who wouldnt want to be friends with this little guy? ❤️ #FeelgoodFriday

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations. Your new baby boy is so adorable

The cutest nephew anyone could ask for ❤️

Congratulations 🥳

Dustin is too cute!

Brian Brincat, nothing new under the sun

View more comments

Load more

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:

Caboolture Hospital

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

COVID-19 Fever Clinics
Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment artist impression
Read more

Latest news


More news

Events


More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
1 day ago

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓

Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣

Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo

We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

When baby Bella-Jane came into the world at 27 weeks, first-time mum Michelle didn’t panic, she stayed strong and didn’t leave her baby’s side. 💓
 
Michelle’s tiny 564-gram baby girl spent 90 days in the NICU at #RBWH and a further 11 days in the nursery before relocating to Caboolture Hospital’s Special Care Nursery. 🏥🐣
 
Now weighing a much healthier 2.8 kgs, baby Bella-Jane has started to show signs of a very cute and cheeky personality, and always closes her eyes just as mum is taking a photo 
 
We have everything crossed that Bella-Jane is given the tick of approval to head home just in time for Christmas. 🎄 #FeelgoodFriday

Comment on Facebook

We love you our baby girl, Bella-Jane 💜💜💜

💕💕 Bless your precious heart Bella-Jane 💕 💕

Just adorable and such a gorgeous name. I hope your wishes come true and you have your little one home for a Christmas 🎅🏻❤️

Go Bella -Jane, we are all so proud of you 💜

I hope you have your precious little girl home for Christmas! 🎀🎄

Great news here’s hoping she’ll be able to come home for christmas

Beautiful. Well done mumma x

Goodluck beautiful Bella-Jane!! Xx

The strongest Mumma I know ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Just beautiful 💖

Please tell me I am not the only one who wants to go 'poke, poke' to those cheeks???😀

Awesome news

Absolutely beautiful 😍

Omggg I need cuddles 🥰 Welcome nearly home hehe xxx 💋💋💋

Sue Brown

Jen Baker

God take charge

View more comments

1 week ago

Falls are one of the main causes of disability in the elderly. Losing mobility, balance and confidence can have a detrimental affect on an individual's physical and mental health. That's why senior physiotherapist Louise, who runs classes at the Caboolture Community Health Centre, is passionate about getting patients feeling strong and balanced again. 💪 #ShoutoutSaturday

"Falls can occur for many reasons, it could simply be loss of balance, tripping over something, muscle weakness or a medical condition," she said.

"Some elderly people don't recover from falls, they might break a hip that never gets better and suddenly they're immobilised - it's very important for those ageing to stay active, even if it's just a walk or some stretches at home, to minimise their risk of a fall later in life."
... See MoreSee Less

Falls are one of the main causes of disability in the elderly. Losing mobility, balance and confidence can have a detrimental affect on an individuals physical and mental health. Thats why senior physiotherapist Louise, who runs classes at the Caboolture Community Health Centre, is passionate about getting patients feeling strong and balanced again. 💪 #ShoutoutSaturday

Falls can occur for many reasons, it could simply be loss of balance, tripping over something, muscle weakness or a medical condition, she said.

Some elderly people dont recover from falls, they might break a hip that never gets better and suddenly theyre immobilised - its very important for those ageing to stay active, even if its just a walk or some stretches at home, to minimise their risk of a fall later in life.

Comment on Facebook

Yay Louise!!! You make such an important difference in people’s lives every day!

Good work Louise, spreading such an important message.

Well done Louise!

You need to have something like this at burpengary

Love your work Louise 👏

Looking good Louise Clements 👌

Hi Louise Clements 💕

Well done Louise Clements 👏

View more comments

1 week ago

Baby Dustin was born at #Caboolture Hospital on Wednesday just before 7 pm - and so far mum Aleea says he's been very well behaved! 🥰

"Dustin is my second boy, I'm not sure if my eldest will be jealous or not yet but I am sure they'll grow up to be best friends," Aleea said.

I mean, who wouldn't want to be friends with this little guy? ❤️ #FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

Baby Dustin was born at #Caboolture Hospital on Wednesday just before 7 pm - and so far mum Aleea says hes been very well behaved! 🥰

Dustin is my second boy, Im not sure if my eldest will be jealous or not yet but I am sure theyll grow up to be best friends, Aleea said.

I mean, who wouldnt want to be friends with this little guy? ❤️ #FeelgoodFriday

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations. Your new baby boy is so adorable

The cutest nephew anyone could ask for ❤️

Congratulations 🥳

Dustin is too cute!

Brian Brincat, nothing new under the sun

View more comments

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