Metro North Public Health Unit has confirmed a case of measles in an adult male on Brisbane’s north side who has visited numerous locations while unknowingly infected.
Metro North Hospital and Health Service marked National Close the Gap Day today by unveiling a draft Close the Gap plan and signing a public statement of commitment to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
In the space of around two decades, a simple student project has grown to help save the lives of almost 4,000 babies at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital alone.
TPCH welcomes new Executive Director. Only a few weeks into the job, Michele Gardner is excited about the prospect of leading one of Queensland’s best hospitals.
Minister for Health Steven Miles visited the Centre to see progress achieved since the $2,925,000 project began in January 2019. Works should be complete in the second half of the year.
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Metro North Hospital and Health Service has awarded 10 Australia Day awards for excellence today.
Caboolture Hospital is starting a new multidisciplinary Chronic Wound Clinic for local patients. This is a trial service for six months with Caboolture Hospital Director of Surgery, Mr Brian Kirkby, starting in mid-February.
Metro North is proudly participating in the With Ribbon Australian Workplace Accreditation Program.
Caboolture Hospital is welcoming 17 medical interns who start their health career at an exciting time in the hospital’s history. Executive Director Dr Lance Le Ray said Caboolture Hospital provided a ‘hands-on’ learning environment for medical interns
Metro North Public Health Unit has issued a measles alert after a male passenger travelled on an international flight to Brisbane while unknowingly infectious.
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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.
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.
Recent graduates from a Satellite Pulmonary Rehabilitation program which has given them the skills and knowledge to manage their respiratory problems and get their lives back. From left, COH Allied Health Assistant Cherryl Bell, graduate Kerry Maree Wyatt and John Laufer, and COH Physiotherapist Stella Just.
It was a fabulous day at the inaugural Metro North Family Fiesta, with more than 800 staff, family and friends attending.
Two Indigenous courtesy phones have been installed at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) designed to streamline access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients to maternity, mental health and hospital liaison services.
Caboolture Hospital one of three hospitals to receive Queensland Health funding to develop and trial initiatives to improve the medical journey for frail patients.
Staff, patients and the community are celebrating 25 years of caring and compassion at Caboolture Hospital.
Disadvantages and homeless adults now have access to free dental care thanks to an innovative oral health partnership. The Priority Access Program, delivered by the University of Queensland (UQ) School of Dentistry and Metro North’s Community and Oral Health Service, is seeing dental screening being provided at community organisations such as the Salvation Army and The Wesley Mission in Brisbane’s inner city.
Brisbane North PHN Executive Manager Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs Paul Martin joined Metro North Mental Health Executive Director Professor Brett Emmerson AM and Queensland Mental Health Commissioner Ivan Frkovic to launch Planning for Wellbeing.