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.
Brighton Brain Injury Service patient Marie-Therese Los and staff member Fiso Mapfza have welcomed the relocation of the service to Brighton Health Campus and the scenic Moreton Bay foreshore.
Date: Thursday March 21, 2019
Venue: Brighton Health Campus Auditorium.
In recognition of Close the Gap Day we invite you to a Close the Gap Day Event
For Cooinda House resident Peter Tate it has been the small changes that have made all the difference to the care that is now provided to residents at the residential aged care facility in Redcliffe.
Metro North is proudly participating in the With Ribbon Australian Workplace Accreditation Program.
Date: 7-8 August 2019
Venue: Education Centre, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Herston
Hosted by Metro North Hospital and Health Service this conference is attended by delegates from across Queensland to look at the many topics concerning aged care.
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.