Deep brain stimulation treatment for Parkinson’s Disease patients at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) is giving a new lease on life to people who had lost all hope.
North Lakes Diabetes and kidney disease patients can now access a 10-week intervention-based education and exercise program that empowers patients to better manage their own symptoms, while reducing public health wait lists for services.
Australia’s largest public health service has launched its plan to improve Indigenous health outcomes at a community NAIDOC celebration today.
The inaugural #Nextcare Health Conference was an extraordinary two days of development and learning for healthcare leaders from across the globe, looking to connect, inspire and transform their careers.
From the lab to the bedside, Metro North researchers are conducting ground-breaking research every day. Last night, our researchers were recognised for their stellar achievements at our annual Metro North Research Excellence Awards.
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 has awarded 10 Australia Day awards for excellence today.
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.
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.