Youth mental health in north Brisbane and Moreton Bay has received a welcome boost with a new Youth Step Up Step Down (YSUSD) facility opening in the Caboolture CBD.
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital launched the highly anticipated Sony You Can Youth Cancer Centre last November, providing a fully dedicated space for young people undergoing cancer treatment away from hospital wards and waiting rooms.
When people think of the professions involved in cancer treatment, they might think of oncologists, oncology nurses, radiographers and pathologists.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership Team (A&TSILT) has awarded eight successful applicants Better Together Grants designed to improve health outcomes and service enhancement across the HHS for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers.
Increased care and shorter hospital stays are expected for around 900 Queenslanders each year who are treated for implant device-related infection, as the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital debuts Australia’s first specialist centre this month.
On the 10th of August 2000, 46 tiny babies were wheeled in their cots from the Royal Women’s Hospital to the brand-new accommodation for the Grantley Stable Neonatal Unit (GSNU) at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital’s (RBWH) Ned Hanlon Building.
Redcliffe Hospital is building a new multi-storey car park at the hospital. When completed in 2020, there will be more than 1,100 car spaces available at the hospital for our patients, visitors, and staff to use each day.
The school pick-up run on Friday 31 July 2020 was one to remember for Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) patient Adam Freeman. After seven months in hospital, the 37-year-old father of four was finally able to greet his three sons at the school gate alongside wife Amy and daughter Makayla.
Prostate cancer patients at #RBWH are now receiving support from the wonderful Natasha, an expert nurse in prostate cancer, all thanks to funding from last year’s Dry July campaign.
Savannah Fretwell is not your usual 16-year old. While most 16-year old girls are thinking about clothes and sleepovers with friends, Savannah Fretwell is thinking about how much she enjoys just being able to breathe easily again, thanks to the generosity of a complete stranger.
Vulnerable people have access to improved oral health services thanks to the implementation of digital x-ray and service improvements
Healthcare investment in the Brighton Health Campus has continued with significant improvements made to existing infrastructure, community services and patient care.
After 29 years and over 1000 births, much-loved midwife Karen Marshall has retired from Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH).
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Midwife Sonita Giudice’s career choice has always felt natural for her, however it was only recently that she discovered there may be a special reason why this is.
Interventional cardiologist duo Dr Karl Poon and Dr Dale Murdoch had just 10 seconds to save the life of patient Nadeane Giles in a complex Australian-first heart procedure at The Prince Charles Hospital.
Kilcoy women are encouraged to put their health first and book a two-yearly breast screen while the service is in the area.
People in the Moreton Bay region now have better access to mental health services closer to home.
An early intervention program in Caboolture is providing young mothers with the support they need to provide their children with the best possible start in life.
Queensland Health has provided advice on COVID-19 (coronavirus).
The project will deliver 130 more beds and expanded services with a mixture of new buildings and refurbished existing facilities, including a new Clinical Services Building and multi-storey car park.
Joan Fernandes has spent the past 32 years in some of the world’s largest kitchens, spanning hotels and famous pastry shops in India, the UK and Australia. But one stands out – the 120-person The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) kitchen.
Comprising clinicians, engineers, designers, manufacturers, health regulators, and government and academic experts, together this team has harnessed the power of digital modelling, 3D printing and injection moulding to boost the PPE supply chain.
An email is circulating on social media and across the community contains incorrect information on COVID-19.
A new Better Together Health van unveiled today is set to provide more convenient access to health care information for members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Brisbane’s north.
For older adults, being confined to bed due to a serious trauma can quickly lead to reduced muscle strength and function. #ThinkyThursday