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COVID-19 changes to visiting RBWH

Updated 13 February at 1:30pm

Standard COVID-19 visitor restrictions apply at this facility. This means you must not visit this facility if:

  • You are unwell
  • You have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or have been asked to self-quarantine
  • You have been tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting test results
  • You have had contact with a person with COVID-19 in the last 14 days
  • You have a fever (37.5 degrees or more) or history of fever (e.g. nights sweats, chills) or acute respiratory infection (e.g. cough, shortness of breath, sore throat), runny nose, vomiting or nausea, diarrhoea, loss of smell or loss of taste.
  • You have returned from overseas or a hotspot in the last 14 days and do not have an exemption to visit.

Additionally you must not visit this facility if:

  • You have been in a public exposure site as listed by the Victorian Government in the last 14 days
  • You have been in Greater Melbourne area on or after 29 January 2021, unless 14 days have passed since you were in Greater Melbourne, or you have received a negative COVID-19 test result.

If you are unsure if visitor restrictions apply to you – please call ahead and ask the ward or facility before you arrive.

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Kidney Supportive Care Symposium

Date: 12 March 2021
Venue: Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Herston

The 2021 Kidney Supportive Care Symposium will be an opportunity to hear from leading international, national and state speakers on the latest in the sphere of Kidney Supportive Care.

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HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

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Birthday boy Krispin celebrated his special day yesterday by getting the COVID-19 vaccine! As the Director of Infectious Diseases at RBWH, he couldnt have been more excited to be one of the first to receive the vaccine. 💉🎈🍰

On my birthday last year COVID-19 was starting to really ramp up and I was worried about what the year had in store for us, he said.

But this year I got to celebrate my birthday as well as our vaccine rollout at Metro North! It was a great day and I cant wait to see the impact this will have in our communities as more and more Queenslanders get vaccinated.
2 March 2021

Birthday boy Krispin celebrated his special day yesterday by getting the COVID-19 vaccine! As the Director of Infectious Diseases at RBWH, he couldn't have been more excited to be one of the first to receive the vaccine. 💉🎈🍰

"On my birthday last year COVID-19 was starting to really ramp up and I was worried about what the year had in store for us," he said.

"But this year I got to celebrate my birthday as well as our vaccine rollout at Metro North! It was a great day and I can't wait to see the impact this will have in our communities as more and more Queenslanders get vaccinated."
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Comment on Facebook

Sean Thomas Manolo Avivar-Fernandez

Many happy returns Krispin! 🎂👍 Thanks for all you do to keep so many safe.

Oh I miss working with you guys! Hope you had a wonderful birthday Krispin!

Happy Birthday Krispin. Thank you for your terrific efforts and very hard work throughout the last year.

Happy Birthday Krispin and thank you for all you do. Keep up the good fight.

Happy Birthday Krispin..well done!

So proud of our amazing State and Qld Health. Again, Happy Birthday to you Krispin. We are so luckily to have such a kind soul leading the way in this pandemic.

Fabulous birthday gift Krispin Happy Birthday

Great nurse to give the vaccine

Go Krispin!!! Happy Birthday 🥳

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday 🥳💉🍭

Well done

Wonderful to see, and many happy returns 🎉

Happy birthday Krispin!

Happy Birthday Krispin ! 🎉

And Tony you got to jab !

Karla Manoli Orellana

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Welcome to the world, Evelyn! 🐣 On 24 Feb, little Evelyn was born to first time parents Emma and Sam at #RBWH who were thrilled to finally meet her. 

She weighed 9.89 lbs and was born at 2.02 am, but she certainly kept us waiting! Evelyn was due a day earlier and I had about a 16 hour labour, Emma said.

Join us in wishing Emma, Sam and Evelyn a safe trip home! #FeelgoodFriday 💕
26 February 2021

Welcome to the world, Evelyn! 🐣 On 24 Feb, little Evelyn was born to first time parents Emma and Sam at #RBWH who were thrilled to finally meet her.

"She weighed 9.89 lbs and was born at 2.02 am, but she certainly kept us waiting! Evelyn was due a day earlier and I had about a 16 hour labour," Emma said.

Join us in wishing Emma, Sam and Evelyn a safe trip home! #FeelgoodFriday 💕
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Only afew days old and she's already got a ring on it!?

Beautiful. Impressive show of hair

Great name

So cute.Welcome little one.

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A new Ambassador program trial is underway at RBWH, and the team in 9A South couldn’t be happier! 🤗 Ambassadors like Evile work with the nursing team to identify patients who may need some extra support as they recover in hospital. Their role is to help patients feel safe and secure by having a chat and re-orientate them if they are stressed or confused after surgery, meaning that the busy nursing team can focus on their clinical duties. Thanks to all our Ambassadors for making our patients feel safe! ❤️🏥
23 February 2021

A new Ambassador program trial is underway at RBWH, and the team in 9A South couldn’t be happier! 🤗 Ambassadors like Evile work with the nursing team to identify patients who may need some extra support as they recover in hospital. Their role is to help patients feel safe and secure by having a chat and re-orientate them if they are stressed or confused after surgery, meaning that the busy nursing team can focus on their clinical duties. Thanks to all our Ambassadors for making our patients feel safe! ❤️🏥 ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

This is an amazing initiative, lets hope its rolled out across more facilities. Well done RBWH 💚

Since having the ambassadors on the ward I have never felt so safe and supported on the ward!! These guys are worth their weight in gold 😃❤️

What a great idea can this program be across all MN ?

How blessed are we to have our wonderful public health system Thankyou 🙏❤️

Absolutely fantastic initiative.

Solid toko! Ofas

Amazing stuff🙌🏼🙌🏼

Nevil my man!

This is great. Would love to see this in all hospitals across Metro North

So cool Vee Jnr Evile !!! You would be amazing at this gig!! Congratulations

7as loves the ambassador’s

Well done Evile, you deserve this. The hospital sure is lucky to have you x

this is fantastic i so support this

Been spoiled at the Royal and didn't feel like 2weeks at all. Fanx much my uso, I'm impressed ❤🤙

Looking sharp bro

Yeah the post surgery chats! 👌🏾🥴

My man good work my uso ❤❤❤

That's such a great addition to patient care

These guys are some of the best!

Seki uso 👊

Well done my bro

Mal Uso..👍

Awesome idea to have these ambassadors they should be implemented in IMS wards also (9BN)🤷‍♀️🤔👍👍

I have never felt safer being at work in the after hour period. Our four Ambassadors are angels and l would like to thank them and also management for making this happen. They help comfort patients and diffuse any potential conflict. Thankyou to you all.

Gold star team ⭐️ patient centred care in action. Congratulations to the RBWH, QOVSU and Protective Services for a great initiative to keep both patients and staff safe and comfortable.

View more comments

We caught up with 25-year-old Clinical Nurse Kelly to find out what its like caring for patients who visit the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. 🏥

Its nice to be able to support patients through what usually is a pretty terrible time for them. You grow to know them so well so seeing them in bad way can be hard, but we do our best to care, support and comfort them and their families, she said. 

I wanted to work in oncology after I completed my prac here and I found the team easy to work with. It gets quite busy and it really makes a difference when you know you can rely on each other.

Nurses like Kelly make a huge difference to the lives of others every day, thank you Kelly for all that you do! 🤗
21 February 2021

We caught up with 25-year-old Clinical Nurse Kelly to find out what it's like caring for patients who visit the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. 🏥

"It's nice to be able to support patients through what usually is a pretty terrible time for them. You grow to know them so well so seeing them in bad way can be hard, but we do our best to care, support and comfort them and their families," she said.

"I wanted to work in oncology after I completed my prac here and I found the team easy to work with. It gets quite busy and it really makes a difference when you know you can rely on each other."

Nurses like Kelly make a huge difference to the lives of others every day, thank you Kelly for all that you do! 🤗
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Well done Kelly and Cancer Care Services!! “Life is short, work somewhere awesome!!” #proudtobeChiefNurse&MidwiferyOfficerMNHHS

Your dedication and kindness during uncertain times is greatly appreciated. 💝👏

Oncology nurses are some of the best! 😍⚘❤

Proud Mum here!

Well said Kelly 😍

Congratulations

Amazing girl you are 🥰

Congratulations 🥳

nice work Kelly ❤

Well done Kelly thank you

Good work Kelly Lamb , lovely representation for CCS! 👏💜

Your Awesome Kelly 🥰🥰

Well done Kelly 👏

Good job kel ❤️

👏👏👏

Thankyou Kelly and all of the beautiful staff in the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. I received my treatment there in 2010/11 and will always remember your kindness, care and unwavering support. I am now living life to the full and always am grateful for the staff at RBWH 🥰🙏

Thank you Kelly and all the team for the amazing job you do every day and the wonderful care you provide for some of our most vulnerable patients 💖

Woo! Go, Kelly. You’re the best. Thank you for caring for your patients, and their families, so well. The oncology team are lucky to have you 👏🏻

It’s comforting to see familiar faces like Kelly’s each time we visit....it feels like your visiting family. Thanks to all Oncology staff & those who make to Unit run (kitchen & cleaners included). 💯% grateful your there. 💞🙌🏼✅

Thanks to all the staff at this Unit, after a course of chemo, I'm down to 6-monthly attendances (to get a hormone injection) and I've always experienced kindness and professional care!

We love Kelly. She’s one of the amazing nurses that has looked after my husband while going through treatment. These people in the Oncology unit become family. From the cleaners to the food services staff to the amazing nurses thank you for doing what you do. You are all hero’s without capes x

Well said, Kelly! So great to see you and your team recognised for the amazing work you do! 👍

Thank you Kelly and colleagues ... you are all amazing 💕

👏👏

Ahahaha that radio is still in there!!

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COVID-19 changes to visiting RBWH

Updated 13 February at 1:30pm

Standard COVID-19 visitor restrictions apply at this facility. This means you must not visit this facility if:

  • You are unwell
  • You have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or have been asked to self-quarantine
  • You have been tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting test results
  • You have had contact with a person with COVID-19 in the last 14 days
  • You have a fever (37.5 degrees or more) or history of fever (e.g. nights sweats, chills) or acute respiratory infection (e.g. cough, shortness of breath, sore throat), runny nose, vomiting or nausea, diarrhoea, loss of smell or loss of taste.
  • You have returned from overseas or a hotspot in the last 14 days and do not have an exemption to visit.

Additionally you must not visit this facility if:

  • You have been in a public exposure site as listed by the Victorian Government in the last 14 days
  • You have been in Greater Melbourne area on or after 29 January 2021, unless 14 days have passed since you were in Greater Melbourne, or you have received a negative COVID-19 test result.

If you are unsure if visitor restrictions apply to you – please call ahead and ask the ward or facility before you arrive.

Latest news


More news

Events


Kidney Supportive Care Symposium

Date: 12 March 2021
Venue: Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Herston

The 2021 Kidney Supportive Care Symposium will be an opportunity to hear from leading international, national and state speakers on the latest in the sphere of Kidney Supportive Care.

More events

Reset

Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Cnr Butterfield St and
Bowen Bridge Rd
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Birthday boy Krispin celebrated his special day yesterday by getting the COVID-19 vaccine! As the Director of Infectious Diseases at RBWH, he couldnt have been more excited to be one of the first to receive the vaccine. 💉🎈🍰

On my birthday last year COVID-19 was starting to really ramp up and I was worried about what the year had in store for us, he said.

But this year I got to celebrate my birthday as well as our vaccine rollout at Metro North! It was a great day and I cant wait to see the impact this will have in our communities as more and more Queenslanders get vaccinated.
2 March 2021

Birthday boy Krispin celebrated his special day yesterday by getting the COVID-19 vaccine! As the Director of Infectious Diseases at RBWH, he couldn't have been more excited to be one of the first to receive the vaccine. 💉🎈🍰

"On my birthday last year COVID-19 was starting to really ramp up and I was worried about what the year had in store for us," he said.

"But this year I got to celebrate my birthday as well as our vaccine rollout at Metro North! It was a great day and I can't wait to see the impact this will have in our communities as more and more Queenslanders get vaccinated."
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Sean Thomas Manolo Avivar-Fernandez

Many happy returns Krispin! 🎂👍 Thanks for all you do to keep so many safe.

Oh I miss working with you guys! Hope you had a wonderful birthday Krispin!

Happy Birthday Krispin. Thank you for your terrific efforts and very hard work throughout the last year.

Happy Birthday Krispin and thank you for all you do. Keep up the good fight.

Happy Birthday Krispin..well done!

So proud of our amazing State and Qld Health. Again, Happy Birthday to you Krispin. We are so luckily to have such a kind soul leading the way in this pandemic.

Fabulous birthday gift Krispin Happy Birthday

Great nurse to give the vaccine

Go Krispin!!! Happy Birthday 🥳

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday 🥳💉🍭

Well done

Wonderful to see, and many happy returns 🎉

Happy birthday Krispin!

Happy Birthday Krispin ! 🎉

And Tony you got to jab !

Karla Manoli Orellana

View more comments

Welcome to the world, Evelyn! 🐣 On 24 Feb, little Evelyn was born to first time parents Emma and Sam at #RBWH who were thrilled to finally meet her. 

She weighed 9.89 lbs and was born at 2.02 am, but she certainly kept us waiting! Evelyn was due a day earlier and I had about a 16 hour labour, Emma said.

Join us in wishing Emma, Sam and Evelyn a safe trip home! #FeelgoodFriday 💕
26 February 2021

Welcome to the world, Evelyn! 🐣 On 24 Feb, little Evelyn was born to first time parents Emma and Sam at #RBWH who were thrilled to finally meet her.

"She weighed 9.89 lbs and was born at 2.02 am, but she certainly kept us waiting! Evelyn was due a day earlier and I had about a 16 hour labour," Emma said.

Join us in wishing Emma, Sam and Evelyn a safe trip home! #FeelgoodFriday 💕
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Only afew days old and she's already got a ring on it!?

Beautiful. Impressive show of hair

Great name

So cute.Welcome little one.

View more comments

A new Ambassador program trial is underway at RBWH, and the team in 9A South couldn’t be happier! 🤗 Ambassadors like Evile work with the nursing team to identify patients who may need some extra support as they recover in hospital. Their role is to help patients feel safe and secure by having a chat and re-orientate them if they are stressed or confused after surgery, meaning that the busy nursing team can focus on their clinical duties. Thanks to all our Ambassadors for making our patients feel safe! ❤️🏥
23 February 2021

A new Ambassador program trial is underway at RBWH, and the team in 9A South couldn’t be happier! 🤗 Ambassadors like Evile work with the nursing team to identify patients who may need some extra support as they recover in hospital. Their role is to help patients feel safe and secure by having a chat and re-orientate them if they are stressed or confused after surgery, meaning that the busy nursing team can focus on their clinical duties. Thanks to all our Ambassadors for making our patients feel safe! ❤️🏥 ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

This is an amazing initiative, lets hope its rolled out across more facilities. Well done RBWH 💚

Since having the ambassadors on the ward I have never felt so safe and supported on the ward!! These guys are worth their weight in gold 😃❤️

What a great idea can this program be across all MN ?

How blessed are we to have our wonderful public health system Thankyou 🙏❤️

Absolutely fantastic initiative.

Solid toko! Ofas

Amazing stuff🙌🏼🙌🏼

Nevil my man!

This is great. Would love to see this in all hospitals across Metro North

So cool Vee Jnr Evile !!! You would be amazing at this gig!! Congratulations

7as loves the ambassador’s

Well done Evile, you deserve this. The hospital sure is lucky to have you x

this is fantastic i so support this

Been spoiled at the Royal and didn't feel like 2weeks at all. Fanx much my uso, I'm impressed ❤🤙

Looking sharp bro

Yeah the post surgery chats! 👌🏾🥴

My man good work my uso ❤❤❤

That's such a great addition to patient care

These guys are some of the best!

Seki uso 👊

Well done my bro

Mal Uso..👍

Awesome idea to have these ambassadors they should be implemented in IMS wards also (9BN)🤷‍♀️🤔👍👍

I have never felt safer being at work in the after hour period. Our four Ambassadors are angels and l would like to thank them and also management for making this happen. They help comfort patients and diffuse any potential conflict. Thankyou to you all.

Gold star team ⭐️ patient centred care in action. Congratulations to the RBWH, QOVSU and Protective Services for a great initiative to keep both patients and staff safe and comfortable.

View more comments

We caught up with 25-year-old Clinical Nurse Kelly to find out what its like caring for patients who visit the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. 🏥

Its nice to be able to support patients through what usually is a pretty terrible time for them. You grow to know them so well so seeing them in bad way can be hard, but we do our best to care, support and comfort them and their families, she said. 

I wanted to work in oncology after I completed my prac here and I found the team easy to work with. It gets quite busy and it really makes a difference when you know you can rely on each other.

Nurses like Kelly make a huge difference to the lives of others every day, thank you Kelly for all that you do! 🤗
21 February 2021

We caught up with 25-year-old Clinical Nurse Kelly to find out what it's like caring for patients who visit the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. 🏥

"It's nice to be able to support patients through what usually is a pretty terrible time for them. You grow to know them so well so seeing them in bad way can be hard, but we do our best to care, support and comfort them and their families," she said.

"I wanted to work in oncology after I completed my prac here and I found the team easy to work with. It gets quite busy and it really makes a difference when you know you can rely on each other."

Nurses like Kelly make a huge difference to the lives of others every day, thank you Kelly for all that you do! 🤗
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Well done Kelly and Cancer Care Services!! “Life is short, work somewhere awesome!!” #proudtobeChiefNurse&MidwiferyOfficerMNHHS

Your dedication and kindness during uncertain times is greatly appreciated. 💝👏

Oncology nurses are some of the best! 😍⚘❤

Proud Mum here!

Well said Kelly 😍

Congratulations

Amazing girl you are 🥰

Congratulations 🥳

nice work Kelly ❤

Well done Kelly thank you

Good work Kelly Lamb , lovely representation for CCS! 👏💜

Your Awesome Kelly 🥰🥰

Well done Kelly 👏

Good job kel ❤️

👏👏👏

Thankyou Kelly and all of the beautiful staff in the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. I received my treatment there in 2010/11 and will always remember your kindness, care and unwavering support. I am now living life to the full and always am grateful for the staff at RBWH 🥰🙏

Thank you Kelly and all the team for the amazing job you do every day and the wonderful care you provide for some of our most vulnerable patients 💖

Woo! Go, Kelly. You’re the best. Thank you for caring for your patients, and their families, so well. The oncology team are lucky to have you 👏🏻

It’s comforting to see familiar faces like Kelly’s each time we visit....it feels like your visiting family. Thanks to all Oncology staff & those who make to Unit run (kitchen & cleaners included). 💯% grateful your there. 💞🙌🏼✅

Thanks to all the staff at this Unit, after a course of chemo, I'm down to 6-monthly attendances (to get a hormone injection) and I've always experienced kindness and professional care!

We love Kelly. She’s one of the amazing nurses that has looked after my husband while going through treatment. These people in the Oncology unit become family. From the cleaners to the food services staff to the amazing nurses thank you for doing what you do. You are all hero’s without capes x

Well said, Kelly! So great to see you and your team recognised for the amazing work you do! 👍

Thank you Kelly and colleagues ... you are all amazing 💕

👏👏

Ahahaha that radio is still in there!!

View more comments

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COVID-19 changes to visiting RBWH

Updated 13 February at 1:30pm

Standard COVID-19 visitor restrictions apply at this facility. This means you must not visit this facility if:

  • You are unwell
  • You have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or have been asked to self-quarantine
  • You have been tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting test results
  • You have had contact with a person with COVID-19 in the last 14 days
  • You have a fever (37.5 degrees or more) or history of fever (e.g. nights sweats, chills) or acute respiratory infection (e.g. cough, shortness of breath, sore throat), runny nose, vomiting or nausea, diarrhoea, loss of smell or loss of taste.
  • You have returned from overseas or a hotspot in the last 14 days and do not have an exemption to visit.

Additionally you must not visit this facility if:

  • You have been in a public exposure site as listed by the Victorian Government in the last 14 days
  • You have been in Greater Melbourne area on or after 29 January 2021, unless 14 days have passed since you were in Greater Melbourne, or you have received a negative COVID-19 test result.

If you are unsure if visitor restrictions apply to you – please call ahead and ask the ward or facility before you arrive.

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Events


Kidney Supportive Care Symposium

Date: 12 March 2021
Venue: Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Herston

The 2021 Kidney Supportive Care Symposium will be an opportunity to hear from leading international, national and state speakers on the latest in the sphere of Kidney Supportive Care.

More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Birthday boy Krispin celebrated his special day yesterday by getting the COVID-19 vaccine! As the Director of Infectious Diseases at RBWH, he couldnt have been more excited to be one of the first to receive the vaccine. 💉🎈🍰

On my birthday last year COVID-19 was starting to really ramp up and I was worried about what the year had in store for us, he said.

But this year I got to celebrate my birthday as well as our vaccine rollout at Metro North! It was a great day and I cant wait to see the impact this will have in our communities as more and more Queenslanders get vaccinated.
2 March 2021

Birthday boy Krispin celebrated his special day yesterday by getting the COVID-19 vaccine! As the Director of Infectious Diseases at RBWH, he couldn't have been more excited to be one of the first to receive the vaccine. 💉🎈🍰

"On my birthday last year COVID-19 was starting to really ramp up and I was worried about what the year had in store for us," he said.

"But this year I got to celebrate my birthday as well as our vaccine rollout at Metro North! It was a great day and I can't wait to see the impact this will have in our communities as more and more Queenslanders get vaccinated."
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Sean Thomas Manolo Avivar-Fernandez

Many happy returns Krispin! 🎂👍 Thanks for all you do to keep so many safe.

Oh I miss working with you guys! Hope you had a wonderful birthday Krispin!

Happy Birthday Krispin. Thank you for your terrific efforts and very hard work throughout the last year.

Happy Birthday Krispin and thank you for all you do. Keep up the good fight.

Happy Birthday Krispin..well done!

So proud of our amazing State and Qld Health. Again, Happy Birthday to you Krispin. We are so luckily to have such a kind soul leading the way in this pandemic.

Fabulous birthday gift Krispin Happy Birthday

Great nurse to give the vaccine

Go Krispin!!! Happy Birthday 🥳

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday 🥳💉🍭

Well done

Wonderful to see, and many happy returns 🎉

Happy birthday Krispin!

Happy Birthday Krispin ! 🎉

And Tony you got to jab !

Karla Manoli Orellana

View more comments

Welcome to the world, Evelyn! 🐣 On 24 Feb, little Evelyn was born to first time parents Emma and Sam at #RBWH who were thrilled to finally meet her. 

She weighed 9.89 lbs and was born at 2.02 am, but she certainly kept us waiting! Evelyn was due a day earlier and I had about a 16 hour labour, Emma said.

Join us in wishing Emma, Sam and Evelyn a safe trip home! #FeelgoodFriday 💕
26 February 2021

Welcome to the world, Evelyn! 🐣 On 24 Feb, little Evelyn was born to first time parents Emma and Sam at #RBWH who were thrilled to finally meet her.

"She weighed 9.89 lbs and was born at 2.02 am, but she certainly kept us waiting! Evelyn was due a day earlier and I had about a 16 hour labour," Emma said.

Join us in wishing Emma, Sam and Evelyn a safe trip home! #FeelgoodFriday 💕
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Only afew days old and she's already got a ring on it!?

Beautiful. Impressive show of hair

Great name

So cute.Welcome little one.

View more comments

A new Ambassador program trial is underway at RBWH, and the team in 9A South couldn’t be happier! 🤗 Ambassadors like Evile work with the nursing team to identify patients who may need some extra support as they recover in hospital. Their role is to help patients feel safe and secure by having a chat and re-orientate them if they are stressed or confused after surgery, meaning that the busy nursing team can focus on their clinical duties. Thanks to all our Ambassadors for making our patients feel safe! ❤️🏥
23 February 2021

A new Ambassador program trial is underway at RBWH, and the team in 9A South couldn’t be happier! 🤗 Ambassadors like Evile work with the nursing team to identify patients who may need some extra support as they recover in hospital. Their role is to help patients feel safe and secure by having a chat and re-orientate them if they are stressed or confused after surgery, meaning that the busy nursing team can focus on their clinical duties. Thanks to all our Ambassadors for making our patients feel safe! ❤️🏥 ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

This is an amazing initiative, lets hope its rolled out across more facilities. Well done RBWH 💚

Since having the ambassadors on the ward I have never felt so safe and supported on the ward!! These guys are worth their weight in gold 😃❤️

What a great idea can this program be across all MN ?

How blessed are we to have our wonderful public health system Thankyou 🙏❤️

Absolutely fantastic initiative.

Solid toko! Ofas

Amazing stuff🙌🏼🙌🏼

Nevil my man!

This is great. Would love to see this in all hospitals across Metro North

So cool Vee Jnr Evile !!! You would be amazing at this gig!! Congratulations

7as loves the ambassador’s

Well done Evile, you deserve this. The hospital sure is lucky to have you x

this is fantastic i so support this

Been spoiled at the Royal and didn't feel like 2weeks at all. Fanx much my uso, I'm impressed ❤🤙

Looking sharp bro

Yeah the post surgery chats! 👌🏾🥴

My man good work my uso ❤❤❤

That's such a great addition to patient care

These guys are some of the best!

Seki uso 👊

Well done my bro

Mal Uso..👍

Awesome idea to have these ambassadors they should be implemented in IMS wards also (9BN)🤷‍♀️🤔👍👍

I have never felt safer being at work in the after hour period. Our four Ambassadors are angels and l would like to thank them and also management for making this happen. They help comfort patients and diffuse any potential conflict. Thankyou to you all.

Gold star team ⭐️ patient centred care in action. Congratulations to the RBWH, QOVSU and Protective Services for a great initiative to keep both patients and staff safe and comfortable.

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We caught up with 25-year-old Clinical Nurse Kelly to find out what its like caring for patients who visit the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. 🏥

Its nice to be able to support patients through what usually is a pretty terrible time for them. You grow to know them so well so seeing them in bad way can be hard, but we do our best to care, support and comfort them and their families, she said. 

I wanted to work in oncology after I completed my prac here and I found the team easy to work with. It gets quite busy and it really makes a difference when you know you can rely on each other.

Nurses like Kelly make a huge difference to the lives of others every day, thank you Kelly for all that you do! 🤗
21 February 2021

We caught up with 25-year-old Clinical Nurse Kelly to find out what it's like caring for patients who visit the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. 🏥

"It's nice to be able to support patients through what usually is a pretty terrible time for them. You grow to know them so well so seeing them in bad way can be hard, but we do our best to care, support and comfort them and their families," she said.

"I wanted to work in oncology after I completed my prac here and I found the team easy to work with. It gets quite busy and it really makes a difference when you know you can rely on each other."

Nurses like Kelly make a huge difference to the lives of others every day, thank you Kelly for all that you do! 🤗
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Well done Kelly and Cancer Care Services!! “Life is short, work somewhere awesome!!” #proudtobeChiefNurse&MidwiferyOfficerMNHHS

Your dedication and kindness during uncertain times is greatly appreciated. 💝👏

Oncology nurses are some of the best! 😍⚘❤

Proud Mum here!

Well said Kelly 😍

Congratulations

Amazing girl you are 🥰

Congratulations 🥳

nice work Kelly ❤

Well done Kelly thank you

Good work Kelly Lamb , lovely representation for CCS! 👏💜

Your Awesome Kelly 🥰🥰

Well done Kelly 👏

Good job kel ❤️

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Thankyou Kelly and all of the beautiful staff in the Oncology Day Therapy Unit at RBWH. I received my treatment there in 2010/11 and will always remember your kindness, care and unwavering support. I am now living life to the full and always am grateful for the staff at RBWH 🥰🙏

Thank you Kelly and all the team for the amazing job you do every day and the wonderful care you provide for some of our most vulnerable patients 💖

Woo! Go, Kelly. You’re the best. Thank you for caring for your patients, and their families, so well. The oncology team are lucky to have you 👏🏻

It’s comforting to see familiar faces like Kelly’s each time we visit....it feels like your visiting family. Thanks to all Oncology staff & those who make to Unit run (kitchen & cleaners included). 💯% grateful your there. 💞🙌🏼✅

Thanks to all the staff at this Unit, after a course of chemo, I'm down to 6-monthly attendances (to get a hormone injection) and I've always experienced kindness and professional care!

We love Kelly. She’s one of the amazing nurses that has looked after my husband while going through treatment. These people in the Oncology unit become family. From the cleaners to the food services staff to the amazing nurses thank you for doing what you do. You are all hero’s without capes x

Well said, Kelly! So great to see you and your team recognised for the amazing work you do! 👍

Thank you Kelly and colleagues ... you are all amazing 💕

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Ahahaha that radio is still in there!!

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