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Leveling up gender equality within Metro North

17 January 2023|

Metro North Health have commenced an exciting new project aimed at promoting gender equality in the medical profession. Level Up aims to support medical women in training to reach senior positions over the course of their career through providing mentoring, leadership development programs, and specific pathways for reporting discrimination.

RBWH fever clinic relocation

3 February 2022|

Tomorrow, the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital fever clinic will be relocating to the RNA Showgrounds from its current temporary location at QUT Kelvin Grove.

Celebrating our tiniest patients on World Prematurity Day

10 December 2021|

On 17 November, we celebrated World Prematurity Day and the amazing work of our Neonatology Intensive Care and Special Care Units. The theme of World Prematurity Day for 2021 was “Zero separation: Act now! Keep parents and babies born too soon together”.

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"I was on the project team as services manager for STARS from concept, to delivery and handover in November 2020. I never thought I would end up here as a patient following the discovery of a clot, twice, which led to a stroke and terrible seizures. I was so excited to go to STARS, I knew what this place was going to be like, and I know my way around. I am proud to be back here and seeing it being used the way we envisioned it."

#MondayMantra 💭 Colin 68 years-old, #STARS rehab patient and AFOL (adult fan of LEGO) 🧱
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I was on the project team as services manager for STARS from concept, to delivery and handover in November 2020. I never thought I would end up here as a patient following the discovery of a clot, twice, which led to a stroke and terrible seizures. I was so excited to go to STARS, I knew what this place was going to be like, and I know my way around. I am proud to be back here and seeing it being used the way we envisioned it. 

#MondayMantra 💭 Colin 68 years-old, #STARS rehab patient and AFOL (adult fan of LEGO)  🧱

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Great facility and equally great staff has given me a recovery I thought would never happen. Thanks to everyone who had an input in getting me back

Well done Colin! You’ve been great company for us and Matt and we wish you well.

What is STARS pls??? Acronyms are meaningless

Thank you

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