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Adult Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation ECMO Course 2024

Date: 5-8 Noverber 2024
Time: TBC
Venue: The Prince Charles Hospital, Education Centre

This 4-day course will enable multidisciplinary teams with little ECMO experience to provide ECMO for patients with severe cardiac and respiratory failure.

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Caboolture Hospital

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

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

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1 week ago

Caboolture Hospital patient Jen received the cutest little get-well card during her stay, thanks to the 'postie program', an initiative of the 'Eat, Walk, Engage' team. 📬

The cards are made by children in the paediatric ward and are delivered to older patients with the hope of engaging them in meaningful conversation to help reduce the risk of cognitive deconditioning in hospital.

Jen was so grateful for the card made by patient Erin, that it sparked a really meaningful conversation about her children and grandchildren, so much so that she decided to send one back to say thanks.

"I'll take it home and treasure it," Jen said. 🥰

"Thank you [for the card]. I love that name. I was going to call my child Erin, but he was a boy, so we chose Aaron!"

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Caboolture Hospital patient Jen received the cutest little get-well card during her stay, thanks to the postie program, an initiative of the Eat, Walk, Engage team. 📬 

The cards are made by children in the paediatric ward and are delivered to older patients with the hope of engaging them in meaningful conversation to help reduce the risk of cognitive deconditioning in hospital. 

Jen was so grateful for the card made by patient Erin, that it sparked a really meaningful conversation about her children and grandchildren, so much so that she decided to send one back to say thanks. 

Ill take it home and treasure it, Jen said. 🥰

Thank you [for the card]. I love that name. I was going to call my child Erin, but he was a boy, so we chose Aaron!
 
[Accessibility image description: Jen is wearing a pink top and pants sitting on the edge of the bed holding up a hand-made card.]

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I have the pleasure of volunteering at CH we deliver the cards to patients..it’s very heartwarming to see the look on the recipients face and their emotions coming to the surface..❤️. They are ever so grateful and happy to receive the card.

Love this idea. Keep up the good connection with the young and the old. 🥰

This is a beautiful idea and sooo thoughtful 🥰

This is the cutest idea!! Love it!!

Well done team. ❤️❤️

That is so lovely.

Brilliant idea.🇬🇧

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Events


Adult Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation ECMO Course 2024

Date: 5-8 Noverber 2024
Time: TBC
Venue: The Prince Charles Hospital, Education Centre

This 4-day course will enable multidisciplinary teams with little ECMO experience to provide ECMO for patients with severe cardiac and respiratory failure.

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

Caboolture Hospital

Reset

Caboolture Hospital

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

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

Caboolture Hospital patient Jen received the cutest little get-well card during her stay, thanks to the 'postie program', an initiative of the 'Eat, Walk, Engage' team. 📬

The cards are made by children in the paediatric ward and are delivered to older patients with the hope of engaging them in meaningful conversation to help reduce the risk of cognitive deconditioning in hospital.

Jen was so grateful for the card made by patient Erin, that it sparked a really meaningful conversation about her children and grandchildren, so much so that she decided to send one back to say thanks.

"I'll take it home and treasure it," Jen said. 🥰

"Thank you [for the card]. I love that name. I was going to call my child Erin, but he was a boy, so we chose Aaron!"

[Accessibility image description: Jen is wearing a pink top and pants sitting on the edge of the bed holding up a hand-made card.]
... See MoreSee Less

Caboolture Hospital patient Jen received the cutest little get-well card during her stay, thanks to the postie program, an initiative of the Eat, Walk, Engage team. 📬 

The cards are made by children in the paediatric ward and are delivered to older patients with the hope of engaging them in meaningful conversation to help reduce the risk of cognitive deconditioning in hospital. 

Jen was so grateful for the card made by patient Erin, that it sparked a really meaningful conversation about her children and grandchildren, so much so that she decided to send one back to say thanks. 

Ill take it home and treasure it, Jen said. 🥰

Thank you [for the card]. I love that name. I was going to call my child Erin, but he was a boy, so we chose Aaron!
 
[Accessibility image description: Jen is wearing a pink top and pants sitting on the edge of the bed holding up a hand-made card.]

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I have the pleasure of volunteering at CH we deliver the cards to patients..it’s very heartwarming to see the look on the recipients face and their emotions coming to the surface..❤️. They are ever so grateful and happy to receive the card.

Love this idea. Keep up the good connection with the young and the old. 🥰

This is a beautiful idea and sooo thoughtful 🥰

This is the cutest idea!! Love it!!

Well done team. ❤️❤️

That is so lovely.

Brilliant idea.🇬🇧

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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

Latest news


More news

Events


Adult Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation ECMO Course 2024

Date: 5-8 Noverber 2024
Time: TBC
Venue: The Prince Charles Hospital, Education Centre

This 4-day course will enable multidisciplinary teams with little ECMO experience to provide ECMO for patients with severe cardiac and respiratory failure.

More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

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

Caboolture Hospital patient Jen received the cutest little get-well card during her stay, thanks to the 'postie program', an initiative of the 'Eat, Walk, Engage' team. 📬

The cards are made by children in the paediatric ward and are delivered to older patients with the hope of engaging them in meaningful conversation to help reduce the risk of cognitive deconditioning in hospital.

Jen was so grateful for the card made by patient Erin, that it sparked a really meaningful conversation about her children and grandchildren, so much so that she decided to send one back to say thanks.

"I'll take it home and treasure it," Jen said. 🥰

"Thank you [for the card]. I love that name. I was going to call my child Erin, but he was a boy, so we chose Aaron!"

[Accessibility image description: Jen is wearing a pink top and pants sitting on the edge of the bed holding up a hand-made card.]
... See MoreSee Less

Caboolture Hospital patient Jen received the cutest little get-well card during her stay, thanks to the postie program, an initiative of the Eat, Walk, Engage team. 📬 

The cards are made by children in the paediatric ward and are delivered to older patients with the hope of engaging them in meaningful conversation to help reduce the risk of cognitive deconditioning in hospital. 

Jen was so grateful for the card made by patient Erin, that it sparked a really meaningful conversation about her children and grandchildren, so much so that she decided to send one back to say thanks. 

Ill take it home and treasure it, Jen said. 🥰

Thank you [for the card]. I love that name. I was going to call my child Erin, but he was a boy, so we chose Aaron!
 
[Accessibility image description: Jen is wearing a pink top and pants sitting on the edge of the bed holding up a hand-made card.]

Comment on Facebook

I have the pleasure of volunteering at CH we deliver the cards to patients..it’s very heartwarming to see the look on the recipients face and their emotions coming to the surface..❤️. They are ever so grateful and happy to receive the card.

Love this idea. Keep up the good connection with the young and the old. 🥰

This is a beautiful idea and sooo thoughtful 🥰

This is the cutest idea!! Love it!!

Well done team. ❤️❤️

That is so lovely.

Brilliant idea.🇬🇧

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