Staff and patients of The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) united for a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture at the hospital’s annual NAIDOC Week event on Wednesday.
Australia’s largest public health service has launched its plan to improve Indigenous health outcomes at a community NAIDOC celebration today.
Critical wait times for a cancer diagnosis in Queensland will be reduced following a $6.11 million expansion of Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Radiopharmaceutical Centre for Excellence (Q-TRaCE).
More than 1,500 people joined in a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and community at the annual Metro North Caboolture NAIDOC family fun day on Tuesday.
Metro North Public Health Unit has issued a measles alert following a confirmed case of the highly infectious disease on Brisbane’s northside.
After 40 years of service, Metro North’s Environment and Waste Manager Gregg Butler is about to retire, but he’s leaving a great legacy of sustainability within each of our facilities.
Indigenous babies born in Brisbane north will be able to track their first year of healthcare with a unique record book.
Meet Jess Burrows, The Prince Charles Hospital’s 30-something year old, camera-toting, tornado-chasing theatre nurse known for her endless supply of daggy humour.
Neonatal to home service launches. First time parents Kristy and Lachlan Black were the first to be welcomed into the new service in May following a five week stay in the neonatal unit for baby Lincoln.
Metro North’s Deadly Start program was Highly Commended in the partnership category of the Queensland Reconciliation Awards. Pictured at the awards are accepted by Cecilia Anson, Tamika Kai Birch, Vivienne Hassed and Paul Drahm.
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.
Thousands of people will participate in a celebration of Indigenous culture and community at the annual Metro North Caboolture NAIDOC family fun day.
Ida and her volunteer colleagues have raised significant funds for the Kilcoy Hospital Auxiliary to support the hospital and local community.
Persistence does matter and thanks to the Metro North team and support from the National Disability Insurance Scheme Robbie is now living a more fulfilling and safer life.
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.
Minister for Health Steven Miles taste tests one of the new room service menu options at The Prince Charles Hospital.
As Executive Director of Clinical Services at Metro North HHS, Dr Elizabeth Whiting is one of the most senior female clinicians across the HHS. As Dr Whiting’s five daughters celebrate their incredibly accomplished mother today, they will also celebrate their fiercely independent grandmother – the woman who made sure ‘Liz’ would have the same opportunities as her four sons.
In a first of its kind, seven early career research grants have been awarded from a funding collaboration between the Metro North Office of Research, the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, and QIMR Berghofer.
Metro North Public Health Unit has issued another measles alert following a confirmed case of the highly infectious disease on Brisbane’s northside, bringing the total number of cases recorded in Queensland in 2019 to 13.
Kilcoy Hospital is expanding its reputation for delicious food with the introduction of a new menu system that will help patients choose the best options for their personal dietary needs.
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) has today been named as one of the top 100 hospitals in the world by premier news outlet, Newsweek.
Nine new graduates have started their nursing careers at Community and Oral Heath’s Brighton Health Campus.
A new multi-million-dollar medical imaging facility has officially opened at Caboolture Hospital.
If you were suddenly injured or fell seriously ill, who would speak for you about your health care decisions?
Fresh new start for Mario brings family closer