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.
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.
Talk about – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Newsletter
17 October 2020
Meet Bianca 👋 She has been working extra hard to make sure high touch point areas around #rbwh are cleaned thoroughly and regularly. Thanks to incredible people like her taking on more work, we're able to keep our patients, visitors and staff safe in our facilities! 🏥
This is a #shoutoutsaturday for all of our behind the scenes superstars! Know someone who deserves to be in the spotlight? Tag them in the comments! 🤩 ... See MoreSee Less
What makes a great team? Great people! 🤗 We're looking for a psychologist who will make a real impact at the Professor Tess Cramond Multidisciplinary Pain Centre at #rbwh. If you know someone who will fit right in with this amazing team, tag them in the comments! 👇 Apply - link below. #WorkForUsWednesday... See MoreSee Less
Café Royale team member Lily is the first #RBWH staff member to share her recipes for the new, healthier, tastier menu! 🥗🌶️ Her beautiful Kifla breads and stuffed capsicums are now a feature of the Mediterranean Bar.
Food holds a special place in Lily’s heart, who left her home city, Sarajevo in the '90s with nothing but a handbag and her trusty recipe book – the very same recipe book which inspired her creations served in Café Royale at RBWH today. ❤️🥘
The Queensland Trophoblast Centre at #RBWH is leading the way in treating a rare pregnancy complication called Gestational Trophoblastic Disease. The disease affects approximately one out of every 1000 pregnancies and can lead to women requiring chemotherapy. Gynaecologic Oncologist and QTC Deputy Director Andrea Garrett and her amazing team provide specialty treatment to women from across Queensland and Northern NSW with the disease, including patient Alex Klease who has since gone on to have two healthy daughters! 💕 🤗
Read Alex’s full story and find out about the Queensland Trophoblast Centre’s incredible work via the link in comments. ... See MoreSee Less