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We wish to inform patients and visitors that the lifts in the Point Parking Car Park (multi-story car park on Butterfield Street) are currently out of order as a result of flood damage. While the repairs are underway, we advise that patients with mobility issues should park on level 3 of the car park which links directly to the hospital. Alternately, patients can be dropped off outside the main entrance to RBWH.

Point Parking are working hard to restore the lifts as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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Queensland is currently experiencing a COVID surge and our staff are prioritising the care of severely unwell patients. To do this, we have postponed some planned surgery and outpatient care.  

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Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Cnr Butterfield St and
Bowen Bridge Rd
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

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Lennox Jay arrived on Tuesday 20 September at the #RBWH, soon to join his four older siblings at home. 🖐️

His brother Zac forgets his name and calls him scratch. I think the name might stick around for years to come! mum Kelli said. 

Jay is my middle name, so we were going to call him LJ, or Knox - now its scratch.

Welcome, baby Scratch 💙
23 September 2022

Lennox Jay arrived on Tuesday 20 September at the #RBWH, soon to join his four older siblings at home. 🖐️

"His brother Zac forgets his name and calls him scratch. I think the name might stick around for years to come!" mum Kelli said.

"Jay is my middle name, so we were going to call him LJ, or Knox - now its scratch."

Welcome, baby Scratch 💙
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Comment on Facebook

What a little cutie you are Scratch!💋

Welcome beautiful baby boy

Welcome to the world 🌎

Beautiful baby

Just perfect 💯

So cute

Judy Harmes Michelle Curry he's very cute

Are you suffering from herpes Contact a herbal doctor for cure he has herbal remedies and cure for your problems visit his email on {drobohsolutioncenter25@gmail.com} or WhatsApp contact :+2349159677887 I was help by him when I had similar problem. www.facebook.com/DrObohHerbalMedicineAndSpiritualHome/

Gorgeous 😍 😍

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If you have been to ward 7A South at #RBWH, you may have come across orthopaedic social worker, Stacey! 👩🏻  

As an orthopaedic social worker, Stacey is responsible for providing emotional, adjustment and psychosocial support to patients in the 30-bed ward who are recovering from a range of traumatic injuries and experiences. 💗 

“A lot of the patients I see come in because of motor vehicle accidents or major traumas that can cause spinal injuries, various fractured limbs or even loss of limb,” Stacey said.   

“Depending on the injury, a person can go from walking independently one day, to suddenly needing to function in a completely different way the next. 

“These adjustments can have huge impacts on their families, so it’s equally important to check in and make sure they’re doing OK and support them where we can as well.” 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 

The team are currently advertising a social worker role to manage the burns unit, so click the link to apply and join Stacey and the team today: https://bit.ly/3dpvCyX 💫 

#WorkforusWednesday
21 September 2022

If you have been to ward 7A South at #RBWH, you may have come across orthopaedic social worker, Stacey! 👩🏻

As an orthopaedic social worker, Stacey is responsible for providing emotional, adjustment and psychosocial support to patients in the 30-bed ward who are recovering from a range of traumatic injuries and experiences. 💗

“A lot of the patients I see come in because of motor vehicle accidents or major traumas that can cause spinal injuries, various fractured limbs or even loss of limb,” Stacey said.

“Depending on the injury, a person can go from walking independently one day, to suddenly needing to function in a completely different way the next.

“These adjustments can have huge impacts on their families, so it’s equally important to check in and make sure they’re doing OK and support them where we can as well.” 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

The team are currently advertising a social worker role to manage the burns unit, so click the link to apply and join Stacey and the team today: bit.ly/3dpvCyX 💫

#WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Good on you Stacey

Thank you

Baby Freddie was born on Wednesday 14 September at the #RBWH, 5 days before his planned C-section date, much to Mum Lucys surprise. 💙

My husband is in the army and was due to fly out to Canberra for a night when my waters broke, Lucy said.

I told him to cancel because were having a baby today! 

Freddie is the second son of British born parents Lucy and William who packed up and moved to Australia three years ago after William got a transfer from the British Army to the Australian Army. 🇬🇧🇦🇺 

We absolutely love it here, I dont think we will be going back anytime soon! she said.☀️ 

#FeelgoodFriday
16 September 2022

Baby Freddie was born on Wednesday 14 September at the #RBWH, 5 days before his planned C-section date, much to Mum Lucy's surprise. 💙

"My husband is in the army and was due to fly out to Canberra for a night when my waters broke," Lucy said.

"I told him to cancel because we're having a baby today!"

Freddie is the second son of British born parents Lucy and William who packed up and moved to Australia three years ago after William got a transfer from the British Army to the Australian Army. 🇬🇧🇦🇺

"We absolutely love it here, I don't think we will be going back anytime soon!" she said.☀️

#FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations. A gorgeous looking baby, you now have someone else to cuddle.

Congratulations to both of you ❤️. Welcome beautiful baby boy Freddie

Congratulations what a lovely little surprise. 👶 🍼

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070124585738 پیج کو لائک اور فالو کریں۔ آپ اس گروپ میں صحت سے متعلق معلومات اور اچھی ویڈیوز حاصل کر سکتے ہیں۔

Samantha Pardella is that your Lucy??

Aussie ,Aussie,Aussie oi,oi,oi,😀beautiful baby!

Looks happy to be here 😍

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You’ll be safe in the hands of our Orthopaedic department at #RBWH who make it their mission to fix and heal your broken bones after a motor vehicle or bike accident! 🏍🚗 

As a doctor at #RBWH, Tim has seen patients suffer up to 15 different bone fractures from an accident and says repairing them can take up a whole working day. 🦴 

“We do a lot of pelvic and spinal injury repairs from traumas that come in caused by motor bikes and cars,” Tim said.   

“Every now and then someone comes in with multiple long bone fractures that can take up to eight hours in theatre to repair. 

“We might need to do full replacements of bones with implants if they’re too damaged, but if the fracture can be reconstructed, we can use plates and screws or nails to re-align the bones so that it can heal in the correct position.”   

If you’d like to be a part of our powerhouse Orthopaedic departments at #MetroNorth, apply to join the #TPCH doctors here today as a PHO: https://bit.ly/3dcm5ew  

#WorkforusWednesday
14 September 2022

You’ll be safe in the hands of our Orthopaedic department at #RBWH who make it their mission to fix and heal your broken bones after a motor vehicle or bike accident! 🏍🚗

As a doctor at #RBWH, Tim has seen patients suffer up to 15 different bone fractures from an accident and says repairing them can take up a whole working day. 🦴

“We do a lot of pelvic and spinal injury repairs from traumas that come in caused by motor bikes and cars,” Tim said.

“Every now and then someone comes in with multiple long bone fractures that can take up to eight hours in theatre to repair.

“We might need to do full replacements of bones with implants if they’re too damaged, but if the fracture can be reconstructed, we can use plates and screws or nails to re-align the bones so that it can heal in the correct position.”

If you’d like to be a part of our powerhouse Orthopaedic departments at #MetroNorth, apply to join the #TPCH doctors here today as a PHO: bit.ly/3dcm5ew

#WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Excellent doctor. Give him a raise!

Nice to see your face again Tim… Liv Hart and i miss working with you. Your an asset to the Ortho team and a great doctor to your patients.

😍

Sam Cullen

😍🥰👍👏🙌

Sharney Field Mick Jones

Yay Tim!! Be like Tim!

Thank you

Orthopedics rock!! 🦴🦴😷😷🦴🦴

We love you Tim

View more comments

Can you imagine conducting your academic research within the parameters of a busy emergency department? 

Dr Julian Williams and nurse Mercedes sure can, as a team of multidisciplinary professionals at #RBWH who this year were awarded the Emergency Medicine Foundation grant for Trials in Emergency for Advancing Management of Sepsis. 

With today marking #WorldSepsisDay, affecting up to 50 million people a year, its important to have this research happening right here at Metro North. 🏥

The funding will allow us see if there is place for new technologies that will help us identify the bacteria, learn how to use blood cultures better and reduce the amount of antibiotics used, Julian said. 

Research in the ED is so uncommon, because its so busy trying to do any research in such a chaotic environment. 🩺
13 September 2022

Can you imagine conducting your academic research within the parameters of a busy emergency department?

Dr Julian Williams and nurse Mercedes sure can, as a team of multidisciplinary professionals at #RBWH who this year were awarded the Emergency Medicine Foundation grant for Trials in Emergency for Advancing Management of Sepsis.

With today marking #WorldSepsisDay, affecting up to 50 million people a year, it's important to have this research happening right here at Metro North. 🏥

"The funding will allow us see if there is place for new technologies that will help us identify the bacteria, learn how to use blood cultures better and reduce the amount of antibiotics used," Julian said.

"Research in the ED is so uncommon, because it's so busy trying to do any research in such a chaotic environment." 🩺
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Couple of the best from ED 😊

Thank you for the Crew at Redcliffe for keeping me alive after getting that scourge Sepsis

A wonderful team 🚑

well hello still going strong...

2 of my faves 💖

Two of the absolute best! Keep up the amazing work!

Congratulations Mercedes Ray

We could not be in better hands congratulations

Willi Smith ❤️

Super ⭐️ ⭐️!!!

Glorious humans!!!

Thank you

Dream team 🌈

Nice one Cedes!!😁😘

Super(b)

Beauty and the beast. .

Legends!!

Superstars 🙌🏻

2 of the best!! 😍😍

Local legends

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We wish to inform patients and visitors that the lifts in the Point Parking Car Park (multi-story car park on Butterfield Street) are currently out of order as a result of flood damage. While the repairs are underway, we advise that patients with mobility issues should park on level 3 of the car park which links directly to the hospital. Alternately, patients can be dropped off outside the main entrance to RBWH.

Point Parking are working hard to restore the lifts as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Latest news


More news

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Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.

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Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Cnr Butterfield St and
Bowen Bridge Rd
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics
#Nextcare Health Conference - Click for more information and to register

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Lennox Jay arrived on Tuesday 20 September at the #RBWH, soon to join his four older siblings at home. 🖐️

His brother Zac forgets his name and calls him scratch. I think the name might stick around for years to come! mum Kelli said. 

Jay is my middle name, so we were going to call him LJ, or Knox - now its scratch.

Welcome, baby Scratch 💙
23 September 2022

Lennox Jay arrived on Tuesday 20 September at the #RBWH, soon to join his four older siblings at home. 🖐️

"His brother Zac forgets his name and calls him scratch. I think the name might stick around for years to come!" mum Kelli said.

"Jay is my middle name, so we were going to call him LJ, or Knox - now its scratch."

Welcome, baby Scratch 💙
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

What a little cutie you are Scratch!💋

Welcome beautiful baby boy

Welcome to the world 🌎

Beautiful baby

Just perfect 💯

So cute

Judy Harmes Michelle Curry he's very cute

Are you suffering from herpes Contact a herbal doctor for cure he has herbal remedies and cure for your problems visit his email on {drobohsolutioncenter25@gmail.com} or WhatsApp contact :+2349159677887 I was help by him when I had similar problem. www.facebook.com/DrObohHerbalMedicineAndSpiritualHome/

Gorgeous 😍 😍

View more comments

If you have been to ward 7A South at #RBWH, you may have come across orthopaedic social worker, Stacey! 👩🏻  

As an orthopaedic social worker, Stacey is responsible for providing emotional, adjustment and psychosocial support to patients in the 30-bed ward who are recovering from a range of traumatic injuries and experiences. 💗 

“A lot of the patients I see come in because of motor vehicle accidents or major traumas that can cause spinal injuries, various fractured limbs or even loss of limb,” Stacey said.   

“Depending on the injury, a person can go from walking independently one day, to suddenly needing to function in a completely different way the next. 

“These adjustments can have huge impacts on their families, so it’s equally important to check in and make sure they’re doing OK and support them where we can as well.” 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 

The team are currently advertising a social worker role to manage the burns unit, so click the link to apply and join Stacey and the team today: https://bit.ly/3dpvCyX 💫 

#WorkforusWednesday
21 September 2022

If you have been to ward 7A South at #RBWH, you may have come across orthopaedic social worker, Stacey! 👩🏻

As an orthopaedic social worker, Stacey is responsible for providing emotional, adjustment and psychosocial support to patients in the 30-bed ward who are recovering from a range of traumatic injuries and experiences. 💗

“A lot of the patients I see come in because of motor vehicle accidents or major traumas that can cause spinal injuries, various fractured limbs or even loss of limb,” Stacey said.

“Depending on the injury, a person can go from walking independently one day, to suddenly needing to function in a completely different way the next.

“These adjustments can have huge impacts on their families, so it’s equally important to check in and make sure they’re doing OK and support them where we can as well.” 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

The team are currently advertising a social worker role to manage the burns unit, so click the link to apply and join Stacey and the team today: bit.ly/3dpvCyX 💫

#WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Good on you Stacey

Thank you

Baby Freddie was born on Wednesday 14 September at the #RBWH, 5 days before his planned C-section date, much to Mum Lucys surprise. 💙

My husband is in the army and was due to fly out to Canberra for a night when my waters broke, Lucy said.

I told him to cancel because were having a baby today! 

Freddie is the second son of British born parents Lucy and William who packed up and moved to Australia three years ago after William got a transfer from the British Army to the Australian Army. 🇬🇧🇦🇺 

We absolutely love it here, I dont think we will be going back anytime soon! she said.☀️ 

#FeelgoodFriday
16 September 2022

Baby Freddie was born on Wednesday 14 September at the #RBWH, 5 days before his planned C-section date, much to Mum Lucy's surprise. 💙

"My husband is in the army and was due to fly out to Canberra for a night when my waters broke," Lucy said.

"I told him to cancel because we're having a baby today!"

Freddie is the second son of British born parents Lucy and William who packed up and moved to Australia three years ago after William got a transfer from the British Army to the Australian Army. 🇬🇧🇦🇺

"We absolutely love it here, I don't think we will be going back anytime soon!" she said.☀️

#FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations. A gorgeous looking baby, you now have someone else to cuddle.

Congratulations to both of you ❤️. Welcome beautiful baby boy Freddie

Congratulations what a lovely little surprise. 👶 🍼

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070124585738 پیج کو لائک اور فالو کریں۔ آپ اس گروپ میں صحت سے متعلق معلومات اور اچھی ویڈیوز حاصل کر سکتے ہیں۔

Samantha Pardella is that your Lucy??

Aussie ,Aussie,Aussie oi,oi,oi,😀beautiful baby!

Looks happy to be here 😍

View more comments

You’ll be safe in the hands of our Orthopaedic department at #RBWH who make it their mission to fix and heal your broken bones after a motor vehicle or bike accident! 🏍🚗 

As a doctor at #RBWH, Tim has seen patients suffer up to 15 different bone fractures from an accident and says repairing them can take up a whole working day. 🦴 

“We do a lot of pelvic and spinal injury repairs from traumas that come in caused by motor bikes and cars,” Tim said.   

“Every now and then someone comes in with multiple long bone fractures that can take up to eight hours in theatre to repair. 

“We might need to do full replacements of bones with implants if they’re too damaged, but if the fracture can be reconstructed, we can use plates and screws or nails to re-align the bones so that it can heal in the correct position.”   

If you’d like to be a part of our powerhouse Orthopaedic departments at #MetroNorth, apply to join the #TPCH doctors here today as a PHO: https://bit.ly/3dcm5ew  

#WorkforusWednesday
14 September 2022

You’ll be safe in the hands of our Orthopaedic department at #RBWH who make it their mission to fix and heal your broken bones after a motor vehicle or bike accident! 🏍🚗

As a doctor at #RBWH, Tim has seen patients suffer up to 15 different bone fractures from an accident and says repairing them can take up a whole working day. 🦴

“We do a lot of pelvic and spinal injury repairs from traumas that come in caused by motor bikes and cars,” Tim said.

“Every now and then someone comes in with multiple long bone fractures that can take up to eight hours in theatre to repair.

“We might need to do full replacements of bones with implants if they’re too damaged, but if the fracture can be reconstructed, we can use plates and screws or nails to re-align the bones so that it can heal in the correct position.”

If you’d like to be a part of our powerhouse Orthopaedic departments at #MetroNorth, apply to join the #TPCH doctors here today as a PHO: bit.ly/3dcm5ew

#WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Excellent doctor. Give him a raise!

Nice to see your face again Tim… Liv Hart and i miss working with you. Your an asset to the Ortho team and a great doctor to your patients.

😍

Sam Cullen

😍🥰👍👏🙌

Sharney Field Mick Jones

Yay Tim!! Be like Tim!

Thank you

Orthopedics rock!! 🦴🦴😷😷🦴🦴

We love you Tim

View more comments

Can you imagine conducting your academic research within the parameters of a busy emergency department? 

Dr Julian Williams and nurse Mercedes sure can, as a team of multidisciplinary professionals at #RBWH who this year were awarded the Emergency Medicine Foundation grant for Trials in Emergency for Advancing Management of Sepsis. 

With today marking #WorldSepsisDay, affecting up to 50 million people a year, its important to have this research happening right here at Metro North. 🏥

The funding will allow us see if there is place for new technologies that will help us identify the bacteria, learn how to use blood cultures better and reduce the amount of antibiotics used, Julian said. 

Research in the ED is so uncommon, because its so busy trying to do any research in such a chaotic environment. 🩺
13 September 2022

Can you imagine conducting your academic research within the parameters of a busy emergency department?

Dr Julian Williams and nurse Mercedes sure can, as a team of multidisciplinary professionals at #RBWH who this year were awarded the Emergency Medicine Foundation grant for Trials in Emergency for Advancing Management of Sepsis.

With today marking #WorldSepsisDay, affecting up to 50 million people a year, it's important to have this research happening right here at Metro North. 🏥

"The funding will allow us see if there is place for new technologies that will help us identify the bacteria, learn how to use blood cultures better and reduce the amount of antibiotics used," Julian said.

"Research in the ED is so uncommon, because it's so busy trying to do any research in such a chaotic environment." 🩺
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Couple of the best from ED 😊

Thank you for the Crew at Redcliffe for keeping me alive after getting that scourge Sepsis

A wonderful team 🚑

well hello still going strong...

2 of my faves 💖

Two of the absolute best! Keep up the amazing work!

Congratulations Mercedes Ray

We could not be in better hands congratulations

Willi Smith ❤️

Super ⭐️ ⭐️!!!

Glorious humans!!!

Thank you

Dream team 🌈

Nice one Cedes!!😁😘

Super(b)

Beauty and the beast. .

Legends!!

Superstars 🙌🏻

2 of the best!! 😍😍

Local legends

View more comments

Load more

We wish to inform patients and visitors that the lifts in the Point Parking Car Park (multi-story car park on Butterfield Street) are currently out of order as a result of flood damage. While the repairs are underway, we advise that patients with mobility issues should park on level 3 of the car park which links directly to the hospital. Alternately, patients can be dropped off outside the main entrance to RBWH.

Point Parking are working hard to restore the lifts as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.

Reset

Cnr Butterfield St and
Bowen Bridge Rd
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics
#Nextcare Health Conference - Click for more information and to register

Latest news


More news

Events


More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Lennox Jay arrived on Tuesday 20 September at the #RBWH, soon to join his four older siblings at home. 🖐️

His brother Zac forgets his name and calls him scratch. I think the name might stick around for years to come! mum Kelli said. 

Jay is my middle name, so we were going to call him LJ, or Knox - now its scratch.

Welcome, baby Scratch 💙
23 September 2022

Lennox Jay arrived on Tuesday 20 September at the #RBWH, soon to join his four older siblings at home. 🖐️

"His brother Zac forgets his name and calls him scratch. I think the name might stick around for years to come!" mum Kelli said.

"Jay is my middle name, so we were going to call him LJ, or Knox - now its scratch."

Welcome, baby Scratch 💙
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

What a little cutie you are Scratch!💋

Welcome beautiful baby boy

Welcome to the world 🌎

Beautiful baby

Just perfect 💯

So cute

Judy Harmes Michelle Curry he's very cute

Are you suffering from herpes Contact a herbal doctor for cure he has herbal remedies and cure for your problems visit his email on {drobohsolutioncenter25@gmail.com} or WhatsApp contact :+2349159677887 I was help by him when I had similar problem. www.facebook.com/DrObohHerbalMedicineAndSpiritualHome/

Gorgeous 😍 😍

View more comments

If you have been to ward 7A South at #RBWH, you may have come across orthopaedic social worker, Stacey! 👩🏻  

As an orthopaedic social worker, Stacey is responsible for providing emotional, adjustment and psychosocial support to patients in the 30-bed ward who are recovering from a range of traumatic injuries and experiences. 💗 

“A lot of the patients I see come in because of motor vehicle accidents or major traumas that can cause spinal injuries, various fractured limbs or even loss of limb,” Stacey said.   

“Depending on the injury, a person can go from walking independently one day, to suddenly needing to function in a completely different way the next. 

“These adjustments can have huge impacts on their families, so it’s equally important to check in and make sure they’re doing OK and support them where we can as well.” 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 

The team are currently advertising a social worker role to manage the burns unit, so click the link to apply and join Stacey and the team today: https://bit.ly/3dpvCyX 💫 

#WorkforusWednesday
21 September 2022

If you have been to ward 7A South at #RBWH, you may have come across orthopaedic social worker, Stacey! 👩🏻

As an orthopaedic social worker, Stacey is responsible for providing emotional, adjustment and psychosocial support to patients in the 30-bed ward who are recovering from a range of traumatic injuries and experiences. 💗

“A lot of the patients I see come in because of motor vehicle accidents or major traumas that can cause spinal injuries, various fractured limbs or even loss of limb,” Stacey said.

“Depending on the injury, a person can go from walking independently one day, to suddenly needing to function in a completely different way the next.

“These adjustments can have huge impacts on their families, so it’s equally important to check in and make sure they’re doing OK and support them where we can as well.” 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

The team are currently advertising a social worker role to manage the burns unit, so click the link to apply and join Stacey and the team today: bit.ly/3dpvCyX 💫

#WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Good on you Stacey

Thank you

Baby Freddie was born on Wednesday 14 September at the #RBWH, 5 days before his planned C-section date, much to Mum Lucys surprise. 💙

My husband is in the army and was due to fly out to Canberra for a night when my waters broke, Lucy said.

I told him to cancel because were having a baby today! 

Freddie is the second son of British born parents Lucy and William who packed up and moved to Australia three years ago after William got a transfer from the British Army to the Australian Army. 🇬🇧🇦🇺 

We absolutely love it here, I dont think we will be going back anytime soon! she said.☀️ 

#FeelgoodFriday
16 September 2022

Baby Freddie was born on Wednesday 14 September at the #RBWH, 5 days before his planned C-section date, much to Mum Lucy's surprise. 💙

"My husband is in the army and was due to fly out to Canberra for a night when my waters broke," Lucy said.

"I told him to cancel because we're having a baby today!"

Freddie is the second son of British born parents Lucy and William who packed up and moved to Australia three years ago after William got a transfer from the British Army to the Australian Army. 🇬🇧🇦🇺

"We absolutely love it here, I don't think we will be going back anytime soon!" she said.☀️

#FeelgoodFriday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations. A gorgeous looking baby, you now have someone else to cuddle.

Congratulations to both of you ❤️. Welcome beautiful baby boy Freddie

Congratulations what a lovely little surprise. 👶 🍼

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070124585738 پیج کو لائک اور فالو کریں۔ آپ اس گروپ میں صحت سے متعلق معلومات اور اچھی ویڈیوز حاصل کر سکتے ہیں۔

Samantha Pardella is that your Lucy??

Aussie ,Aussie,Aussie oi,oi,oi,😀beautiful baby!

Looks happy to be here 😍

View more comments

You’ll be safe in the hands of our Orthopaedic department at #RBWH who make it their mission to fix and heal your broken bones after a motor vehicle or bike accident! 🏍🚗 

As a doctor at #RBWH, Tim has seen patients suffer up to 15 different bone fractures from an accident and says repairing them can take up a whole working day. 🦴 

“We do a lot of pelvic and spinal injury repairs from traumas that come in caused by motor bikes and cars,” Tim said.   

“Every now and then someone comes in with multiple long bone fractures that can take up to eight hours in theatre to repair. 

“We might need to do full replacements of bones with implants if they’re too damaged, but if the fracture can be reconstructed, we can use plates and screws or nails to re-align the bones so that it can heal in the correct position.”   

If you’d like to be a part of our powerhouse Orthopaedic departments at #MetroNorth, apply to join the #TPCH doctors here today as a PHO: https://bit.ly/3dcm5ew  

#WorkforusWednesday
14 September 2022

You’ll be safe in the hands of our Orthopaedic department at #RBWH who make it their mission to fix and heal your broken bones after a motor vehicle or bike accident! 🏍🚗

As a doctor at #RBWH, Tim has seen patients suffer up to 15 different bone fractures from an accident and says repairing them can take up a whole working day. 🦴

“We do a lot of pelvic and spinal injury repairs from traumas that come in caused by motor bikes and cars,” Tim said.

“Every now and then someone comes in with multiple long bone fractures that can take up to eight hours in theatre to repair.

“We might need to do full replacements of bones with implants if they’re too damaged, but if the fracture can be reconstructed, we can use plates and screws or nails to re-align the bones so that it can heal in the correct position.”

If you’d like to be a part of our powerhouse Orthopaedic departments at #MetroNorth, apply to join the #TPCH doctors here today as a PHO: bit.ly/3dcm5ew

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Excellent doctor. Give him a raise!

Nice to see your face again Tim… Liv Hart and i miss working with you. Your an asset to the Ortho team and a great doctor to your patients.

😍

Sam Cullen

😍🥰👍👏🙌

Sharney Field Mick Jones

Yay Tim!! Be like Tim!

Thank you

Orthopedics rock!! 🦴🦴😷😷🦴🦴

We love you Tim

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Can you imagine conducting your academic research within the parameters of a busy emergency department? 

Dr Julian Williams and nurse Mercedes sure can, as a team of multidisciplinary professionals at #RBWH who this year were awarded the Emergency Medicine Foundation grant for Trials in Emergency for Advancing Management of Sepsis. 

With today marking #WorldSepsisDay, affecting up to 50 million people a year, its important to have this research happening right here at Metro North. 🏥

The funding will allow us see if there is place for new technologies that will help us identify the bacteria, learn how to use blood cultures better and reduce the amount of antibiotics used, Julian said. 

Research in the ED is so uncommon, because its so busy trying to do any research in such a chaotic environment. 🩺
13 September 2022

Can you imagine conducting your academic research within the parameters of a busy emergency department?

Dr Julian Williams and nurse Mercedes sure can, as a team of multidisciplinary professionals at #RBWH who this year were awarded the Emergency Medicine Foundation grant for Trials in Emergency for Advancing Management of Sepsis.

With today marking #WorldSepsisDay, affecting up to 50 million people a year, it's important to have this research happening right here at Metro North. 🏥

"The funding will allow us see if there is place for new technologies that will help us identify the bacteria, learn how to use blood cultures better and reduce the amount of antibiotics used," Julian said.

"Research in the ED is so uncommon, because it's so busy trying to do any research in such a chaotic environment." 🩺
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Couple of the best from ED 😊

Thank you for the Crew at Redcliffe for keeping me alive after getting that scourge Sepsis

A wonderful team 🚑

well hello still going strong...

2 of my faves 💖

Two of the absolute best! Keep up the amazing work!

Congratulations Mercedes Ray

We could not be in better hands congratulations

Willi Smith ❤️

Super ⭐️ ⭐️!!!

Glorious humans!!!

Thank you

Dream team 🌈

Nice one Cedes!!😁😘

Super(b)

Beauty and the beast. .

Legends!!

Superstars 🙌🏻

2 of the best!! 😍😍

Local legends

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