Ten industry leaders ladies including our very own Dr Rushbrook and Gillian Nasato joined Health Minister Steven Miles to abseil Kangaroo Point Cliffs raising money and awareness for perinatal depression.
It was a packed house at this year's trauma symposium where we celebrated 10 years of our trauma service, said goodbye to a legend leader Dr Wall and shared knowledge with hundreds of clinicians across Queensland.
The #CEIA is at it again! There are limited spots for a one-day course on airway assessment and management, targeted at consultant anaesthetists on 24 March. Head to goo.gl/T7Cg91 to find out more and book your spot! ... See MoreSee Less
Have you heard? Kira from Australian Hearing popped into #Brighton Health Precinct to provide free hearing tests for staff, residents and locals including Mick. Thanks.#hearinghelp . ... See MoreSee Less
Staff, friends and family are invited to come along to Movie by the Sea on Saturday 24 March at our Brighton Health Campus! Kicking off at 5 pm, join us for the movie Oddball, live music, food stalls and games! Lock in it, and we'll see you there 💁♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
Now this has to be the best Friday feel good ever! Check out our Chief Executive Shaun, #RBWH radiation therapists Alan and Son, Nursing Director Michael and our gorgeous patient Maureen. These brave lads raised more than $10,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation - incredible 👏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome to our new after-hours Indigenous Hospital Liaison Officers at #RBWH, Cessa and Alinta. They will provide culturally appropriate support, advocacy and advice to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the hospital and support their return to community #closethegap ... See MoreSee Less
Uncle Terry Williams, Aunty Brenda Kanofski, Paul Drahm, Aunty Minnie Mace, Dr Kim Forrester, Uncle George Wano and Bonnie Barry came together to show their commitment at a special gathering of Indigenous Elders and Health Leaders #closethegapday2018 ... See MoreSee Less
We’re putting our hands up to Close the Gap in #indigenous healthcare with #Redcliffe Hospital’s Rox-Anne and Louise helping to grow awareness of reconciliation, rights and respect. #closingthegap ... See MoreSee Less
This awesome foursome - Allison, Leanne, Emma and Sharon from #TPCH - are raising awareness of delirium - a serious medical condition that affects about 80 per cent of ICU patients throughout Australia. Great job, ladies! #WDAD2018 ... See MoreSee Less