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  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: Thursday 17th February 2022
Time: TBC
Venue: The Prince Charles Hospital

Level 1 courses are for those clinicians who want general competence in airway management and basic life support for a deteriorating patient and cardiac arrest. Suitable if you normally are part of team rather than the lead.

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Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

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The Prince Charles Hospital

627 Rode Road
CHERMSIDE QLD 4032

Phone: (07) 3139 4000

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

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8 hours ago

Grace has just joined #TPCH's concierge team, making sure visitors and patients entering the hospital are keeping themselves and those around them safe. 😷🏥

"I normally work in the kitchens and deliver food to patients in the wards. Working at the front of the hospital has been such a big change," she said.

"We're here to make sure patients and visitors have the right masks, are vaccinated and know where they're going. I know my way around pretty well and it's been nice to help direct people to their appointments or loved ones. Everyone's lovely and quite chatty - I've been enjoying the change!" 😊
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Grace has just joined #TPCHs concierge team, making sure visitors and patients entering the hospital are keeping themselves and those around them safe. 😷🏥

I normally work in the kitchens and deliver food to patients in the wards. Working at the front of the hospital has been such a big change, she said. 

Were here to make sure patients and visitors have the right masks, are vaccinated and know where theyre going. I know my way around pretty well and its been nice to help direct people to their appointments or loved ones. Everyones lovely and quite chatty - Ive been enjoying the change! 😊

Comment on Facebook

Such a happy young lady! Keep up the great work! 👍

Great job Grace!

Well done team.

Well done Grace!

5 days ago

Cybil and Austin are straight out of university and into our #TPCH ED this week, as two of our 169 new junior doctors across Metro North. 🏥😄🩺

Both originally international students, who studied completely different undergraduate degrees before moving into medicine, Cybil and Austin have one additional thing in common – an eagerness to dive right into the deep end to help out people in need.

30 year-old Cybil studied journalism first before moving into medicine, admitting both career paths suit her inquisitive nature.

“I’ve always been fascinated by the human body and have wanted to make a difference in people’s lives,” she said.

Meanwhile 33 year-old Austin first studied economics before a trip to Greece where he shadowed a doctor on the island guided him towards his career interest in emergency medicine.

“I saw how this doctor responded to all kinds of medical issues on this tiny island, and my love of emergency was born here,” he said.

“I’m so happy to start in the ED – it’s unprecedented times at the moment but we’re just so happy to be here.”
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Cybil and Austin are straight out of university and into our #TPCH ED this week, as two of our 169 new junior doctors across Metro North. 🏥😄🩺
 
Both originally international students, who studied completely different undergraduate degrees before moving into medicine, Cybil and Austin have one additional thing in common – an eagerness to dive right into the deep end to help out people in need.
 
30 year-old Cybil studied journalism first before moving into medicine, admitting both career paths suit her inquisitive nature.
 
“I’ve always been fascinated by the human body and have wanted to make a difference in people’s lives,” she said.
 
Meanwhile 33 year-old Austin first studied economics before a trip to Greece where he shadowed a doctor on the island guided him towards his career interest in emergency medicine.
 
“I saw how this doctor responded to all kinds of medical issues on this tiny island, and my love of emergency was born here,” he said.
 
“I’m so happy to start in the ED – it’s unprecedented times at the moment but we’re just so happy to be here.”

Comment on Facebook

Welcome to one of the best if not the best hospitals in Queensland - enjoy ❤️🎈

Now that they are out of University, they need to learn what it is to be a doctor and how to "doctor". That's why it is called "Practice".!

Take care and allow yourself to rest. Pace yourself. All the best!

Congratulations!! They're so lucky to have you with them Austin Moench 😘xxx

All the best moving forward .👏

The last 2 years of the 4 year post grad MBBS of either UQ or GU are all spent in hospitals rather than Uni. So not really straight out of Uni to be accurate.

TPCH great place to work

Everyone is rooting for you mate from the island of #symigreece

A wardy there too😁 after 45 years in mechanical maintenance fitting.

Welcome doctors we sure need you more now than ever 😷

Sound like two life experienced people. I hope the corruption of the health system doesn’t push them out. Which experienced doctors that have been forced to leave were replaced by tgem🤔

.

👏👏👏

Cybil Tzy my hero

Welcome 🙂

Welcome! And thank you 🙏🏻

Adam Jeffries new Drs with varied degrees prior to Uni.

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1 week ago

"All you can do is stay positive and do what you can to make yourself happy. My wife and I bought a motor home and we do trips here and there. From inland bush to coastal beaches, getaways take our minds off things and we can relax. It always feels like a weight has been taken off our shoulders and helps us cope with reality."

#MondayMantra 💭 Paul, 63 years old, #TPCH bowel cancer patient. 🏕️
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All you can do is stay positive and do what you can to make yourself happy. My wife and I bought a motor home and we do trips here and there. From inland bush to coastal beaches, getaways take our minds off things and we can relax. It always feels like a weight has been taken off our shoulders and helps us cope with reality.

#MondayMantra 💭 Paul, 63 years old, #TPCH bowel cancer patient. 🏕️

Comment on Facebook

Well done to you and your wife Paul, always wonderful to have something different to look forward to, getting away together, new adventures. Great advice.

Good on you Paul. What a great attitude.

Thank you for your words of wisdom and strength Paul

2 weeks ago

A massive #ShoutoutSaturday to clinical nurse Daniel who this week started as Acting Cancer Care Coordinator of Cancer Care Services at TPCH! 👏 After nine years in a clinical teaching role, Daniel was keen to get back to treating patients face-to-face where can make a personal impact on their healthcare journeys.

"Working in cancer care is the best job in the world," Daniel said.

"You won't find anyone in these sorts of patient-focused roles who don't have a passion for helping people."

Join us in welcoming Daniel to his new role! 😇🏥
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A massive #ShoutoutSaturday to clinical nurse Daniel who this week started as Acting Cancer Care Coordinator of Cancer Care Services at TPCH! 👏 After nine years in a clinical teaching role, Daniel was keen to get back to treating patients face-to-face where can make a personal impact on their healthcare journeys. 

Working in cancer care is the best job in the world, Daniel said. 

You wont find anyone in these sorts of patient-focused roles who dont have a passion for helping people.

Join us in welcoming Daniel to his new role! 😇🏥

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations to our amazing Son. We couldn’t be more proud of the incredible caring human being you have become. You deserve this wonderful opportunity from the hard work and dedication you continue to give on a daily basis. Much love Mum & Dad❤️❤️

Congratulations 👏 Dan , I'm so glad you got the position. All the best 💓

Bravo fine man!! Happy new year and know that the public feels better knowing you work in Health. All the best!

Congratulations Dan! So very well deserved. You are so passionate about your patients and your job. 💕

Congratulations Daniel. and Congratulations TPCH.. Prince Charles is lucky to have you. I agree...Cancer Care is the best place in the world to work...Patients are empowered, and the staff are the best human beings you will come across in your life. ❤

So Incredibly Proud of you Dan Fitzgerald. You deserve all the Accolades, you’ve worked so hard for this. Congratulations Mate

Dan, look at you on MN socials 😂 seriously though you are the best and I have been one of the lucky ones to be on the receiving end of your brilliant care - you legend! 🙌🏻

Çongratulations Dan. Appreciated your care and sense of humor when I was going through my treatment. Enjoy your new position 😃

Congratulations Daniel. Society is lucky to have compassionate nurses like you!

Congratulations Dan on you new role. You have come a long way from the new grad I worked with at Redcliffe. Well done.

Naw our boy is all grown up. Congratulations friend. Welcome to the world of care coordination. You know where I am if you need anything. 😘

Congratulations Dan always knew you were destined for great things. Well done.

Congrats dan. Thanks for all the care when I was going through my treatment. Miss those Tuesday chats while you were happily sticking needles in me. 👍

Welcome to TPCH! It's a very caring hospital and staff are the best. Wouldn't want to work at any other hospital as the patients and community spirit is lovely.

Congratulations Dan and welcome to the CCC team at Metro North. Looking forward to working with you and helping our patients as they cross between campuses.

Congratulations Dan they are very lucky to have you there 🎉🎉

Congratulations Dan, you will an awesome asset to the CCC TPCH team 👏👏

Well done Dan. Very proud 😘🤗

Congratulations Dan, you totally deserve it.

A top fellow as well, you are a kind soul Daniel, loved our chats at Christmas time. Well done to you!!!!

Congrats Dan! Well done that is awesome.

Congratulations Daniel well done

Qld health is lucky to have you Daniel! Great work

Congratulations Dan… Very proud of you my friend…🎉

Dan you better still be in the role when I'm back there in August!

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2 weeks ago

Rain or shine, you'll find nurse unit manager Anna at TPCH's fever clinic! We know the lines can sometimes be longer than desirable, especially at the moment when we are seeing more and more cases of COVID-19.

We're working to see people as quickly as possible, but Anna has some recommendations on what to bring with you to make the wait more comfortable.

Along with your mask and Medicare card, think of taking with you:
👒 A hat
🧴 Some sunscreen
💧 Your water bottle
☔ Umbrella
📕 A book or something to do

"Some people have started to bring camp chairs so they can sit comfortably and wait, it's not a bad idea at all," Anna said.
... See MoreSee Less

Rain or shine, youll find nurse unit manager Anna at TPCHs fever clinic! We know the lines can sometimes be longer than desirable, especially at the moment when we are seeing more and more cases of COVID-19. 

Were working to see people as quickly as possible, but Anna has some recommendations on what to bring with you to make the wait more comfortable.

Along with your mask and Medicare card, think of taking with you:
👒 A hat
🧴 Some sunscreen
💧 Your water bottle
☔ Umbrella
📕 A book or something to do

Some people have started to bring camp chairs so they can sit comfortably and wait, its not a bad idea at all, Anna said.

Comment on Facebook

Thank you Anna and the whole team for all your amazing work, your patience, perseverance in this heat all donned up & resilience sadly in the face of abuse and long queues. You are all greatly appreciated 🥰

Anna, you and your team are simply amazing!! Thank you for all you do for your community 💖

Thank you to all the staff they do repetive tasks with grace and enthusiasm.

You are all doing an amazing job .Thank you all .👏🥰

Thank you for all the hard work that you're doing!! So proud and so inspiring 🎉💖

Thank you Anna and the team for all your amazing work we really appreciate you all

Thank you for all you are doing in these very challenging times. We appreciate your caring for the community.

Thanyou to all the crews taking our swabs. I jyst hope people are being kind ❤❤

Keep up the good work. I wonder if my country Nigeria would be lucky to have dedicated health personnel like Anna should a more deadly variant of the covid 19 virus begin to take its toll on us. For now, I'd say we got lucky, we travel, move freely without masks, use of sanitizers nor have had any covid 19 jab and yet feel fine.

You and the team are doing an amazing job Anna! Thankyou 👏

Your a champion Miss Anna (miss u heaps)

You’re all doing a great job Anna!!

And you all do a fabulous job! Was just in the line on Monday.

Thank you Anna and team. Keep up the awesome work 😊

Thankyou to Anna and your team. Very appreciated

A shining star. Love your dedication Anna. 🥰

Thanks Anna and team! All your hard work have not gone unnoticed! 💪🏻

Thank you all , amazing effort by the qld team.

Proud to call this beautiful woman my cousin & my hero, Anna ❤️❤️🏥

Take my hat off you all under paid for what you do

Love your work Anna! 👏⭐️

Thank you for the work that you do .

Good work Anna!

Is that our Anna ?

Anna, Thankyou yo you and your team for all you are doing. Day in, day out. We see you!

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Events


  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: Thursday 17th February 2022
Time: TBC
Venue: The Prince Charles Hospital

Level 1 courses are for those clinicians who want general competence in airway management and basic life support for a deteriorating patient and cardiac arrest. Suitable if you normally are part of team rather than the lead.

More events
Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

Reset

The Prince Charles Hospital

Rode Road
CHERMSIDE QLD 4032

Phone: (07) 3139 4000

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
8 hours ago

Grace has just joined #TPCH's concierge team, making sure visitors and patients entering the hospital are keeping themselves and those around them safe. 😷🏥

"I normally work in the kitchens and deliver food to patients in the wards. Working at the front of the hospital has been such a big change," she said.

"We're here to make sure patients and visitors have the right masks, are vaccinated and know where they're going. I know my way around pretty well and it's been nice to help direct people to their appointments or loved ones. Everyone's lovely and quite chatty - I've been enjoying the change!" 😊
... See MoreSee Less

Grace has just joined #TPCHs concierge team, making sure visitors and patients entering the hospital are keeping themselves and those around them safe. 😷🏥

I normally work in the kitchens and deliver food to patients in the wards. Working at the front of the hospital has been such a big change, she said. 

Were here to make sure patients and visitors have the right masks, are vaccinated and know where theyre going. I know my way around pretty well and its been nice to help direct people to their appointments or loved ones. Everyones lovely and quite chatty - Ive been enjoying the change! 😊

Comment on Facebook

Such a happy young lady! Keep up the great work! 👍

Great job Grace!

Well done team.

Well done Grace!

5 days ago

Cybil and Austin are straight out of university and into our #TPCH ED this week, as two of our 169 new junior doctors across Metro North. 🏥😄🩺

Both originally international students, who studied completely different undergraduate degrees before moving into medicine, Cybil and Austin have one additional thing in common – an eagerness to dive right into the deep end to help out people in need.

30 year-old Cybil studied journalism first before moving into medicine, admitting both career paths suit her inquisitive nature.

“I’ve always been fascinated by the human body and have wanted to make a difference in people’s lives,” she said.

Meanwhile 33 year-old Austin first studied economics before a trip to Greece where he shadowed a doctor on the island guided him towards his career interest in emergency medicine.

“I saw how this doctor responded to all kinds of medical issues on this tiny island, and my love of emergency was born here,” he said.

“I’m so happy to start in the ED – it’s unprecedented times at the moment but we’re just so happy to be here.”
... See MoreSee Less

Cybil and Austin are straight out of university and into our #TPCH ED this week, as two of our 169 new junior doctors across Metro North. 🏥😄🩺
 
Both originally international students, who studied completely different undergraduate degrees before moving into medicine, Cybil and Austin have one additional thing in common – an eagerness to dive right into the deep end to help out people in need.
 
30 year-old Cybil studied journalism first before moving into medicine, admitting both career paths suit her inquisitive nature.
 
“I’ve always been fascinated by the human body and have wanted to make a difference in people’s lives,” she said.
 
Meanwhile 33 year-old Austin first studied economics before a trip to Greece where he shadowed a doctor on the island guided him towards his career interest in emergency medicine.
 
“I saw how this doctor responded to all kinds of medical issues on this tiny island, and my love of emergency was born here,” he said.
 
“I’m so happy to start in the ED – it’s unprecedented times at the moment but we’re just so happy to be here.”

Comment on Facebook

Welcome to one of the best if not the best hospitals in Queensland - enjoy ❤️🎈

Now that they are out of University, they need to learn what it is to be a doctor and how to "doctor". That's why it is called "Practice".!

Take care and allow yourself to rest. Pace yourself. All the best!

Congratulations!! They're so lucky to have you with them Austin Moench 😘xxx

All the best moving forward .👏

The last 2 years of the 4 year post grad MBBS of either UQ or GU are all spent in hospitals rather than Uni. So not really straight out of Uni to be accurate.

TPCH great place to work

Everyone is rooting for you mate from the island of #symigreece

A wardy there too😁 after 45 years in mechanical maintenance fitting.

Welcome doctors we sure need you more now than ever 😷

Sound like two life experienced people. I hope the corruption of the health system doesn’t push them out. Which experienced doctors that have been forced to leave were replaced by tgem🤔

.

👏👏👏

Cybil Tzy my hero

Welcome 🙂

Welcome! And thank you 🙏🏻

Adam Jeffries new Drs with varied degrees prior to Uni.

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1 week ago

"All you can do is stay positive and do what you can to make yourself happy. My wife and I bought a motor home and we do trips here and there. From inland bush to coastal beaches, getaways take our minds off things and we can relax. It always feels like a weight has been taken off our shoulders and helps us cope with reality."

#MondayMantra 💭 Paul, 63 years old, #TPCH bowel cancer patient. 🏕️
... See MoreSee Less

All you can do is stay positive and do what you can to make yourself happy. My wife and I bought a motor home and we do trips here and there. From inland bush to coastal beaches, getaways take our minds off things and we can relax. It always feels like a weight has been taken off our shoulders and helps us cope with reality.

#MondayMantra 💭 Paul, 63 years old, #TPCH bowel cancer patient. 🏕️

Comment on Facebook

Well done to you and your wife Paul, always wonderful to have something different to look forward to, getting away together, new adventures. Great advice.

Good on you Paul. What a great attitude.

Thank you for your words of wisdom and strength Paul

2 weeks ago

A massive #ShoutoutSaturday to clinical nurse Daniel who this week started as Acting Cancer Care Coordinator of Cancer Care Services at TPCH! 👏 After nine years in a clinical teaching role, Daniel was keen to get back to treating patients face-to-face where can make a personal impact on their healthcare journeys.

"Working in cancer care is the best job in the world," Daniel said.

"You won't find anyone in these sorts of patient-focused roles who don't have a passion for helping people."

Join us in welcoming Daniel to his new role! 😇🏥
... See MoreSee Less

A massive #ShoutoutSaturday to clinical nurse Daniel who this week started as Acting Cancer Care Coordinator of Cancer Care Services at TPCH! 👏 After nine years in a clinical teaching role, Daniel was keen to get back to treating patients face-to-face where can make a personal impact on their healthcare journeys. 

Working in cancer care is the best job in the world, Daniel said. 

You wont find anyone in these sorts of patient-focused roles who dont have a passion for helping people.

Join us in welcoming Daniel to his new role! 😇🏥

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations to our amazing Son. We couldn’t be more proud of the incredible caring human being you have become. You deserve this wonderful opportunity from the hard work and dedication you continue to give on a daily basis. Much love Mum & Dad❤️❤️

Congratulations 👏 Dan , I'm so glad you got the position. All the best 💓

Bravo fine man!! Happy new year and know that the public feels better knowing you work in Health. All the best!

Congratulations Dan! So very well deserved. You are so passionate about your patients and your job. 💕

Congratulations Daniel. and Congratulations TPCH.. Prince Charles is lucky to have you. I agree...Cancer Care is the best place in the world to work...Patients are empowered, and the staff are the best human beings you will come across in your life. ❤

So Incredibly Proud of you Dan Fitzgerald. You deserve all the Accolades, you’ve worked so hard for this. Congratulations Mate

Dan, look at you on MN socials 😂 seriously though you are the best and I have been one of the lucky ones to be on the receiving end of your brilliant care - you legend! 🙌🏻

Çongratulations Dan. Appreciated your care and sense of humor when I was going through my treatment. Enjoy your new position 😃

Congratulations Daniel. Society is lucky to have compassionate nurses like you!

Congratulations Dan on you new role. You have come a long way from the new grad I worked with at Redcliffe. Well done.

Naw our boy is all grown up. Congratulations friend. Welcome to the world of care coordination. You know where I am if you need anything. 😘

Congratulations Dan always knew you were destined for great things. Well done.

Congrats dan. Thanks for all the care when I was going through my treatment. Miss those Tuesday chats while you were happily sticking needles in me. 👍

Welcome to TPCH! It's a very caring hospital and staff are the best. Wouldn't want to work at any other hospital as the patients and community spirit is lovely.

Congratulations Dan and welcome to the CCC team at Metro North. Looking forward to working with you and helping our patients as they cross between campuses.

Congratulations Dan they are very lucky to have you there 🎉🎉

Congratulations Dan, you will an awesome asset to the CCC TPCH team 👏👏

Well done Dan. Very proud 😘🤗

Congratulations Dan, you totally deserve it.

A top fellow as well, you are a kind soul Daniel, loved our chats at Christmas time. Well done to you!!!!

Congrats Dan! Well done that is awesome.

Congratulations Daniel well done

Qld health is lucky to have you Daniel! Great work

Congratulations Dan… Very proud of you my friend…🎉

Dan you better still be in the role when I'm back there in August!

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2 weeks ago

Rain or shine, you'll find nurse unit manager Anna at TPCH's fever clinic! We know the lines can sometimes be longer than desirable, especially at the moment when we are seeing more and more cases of COVID-19.

We're working to see people as quickly as possible, but Anna has some recommendations on what to bring with you to make the wait more comfortable.

Along with your mask and Medicare card, think of taking with you:
👒 A hat
🧴 Some sunscreen
💧 Your water bottle
☔ Umbrella
📕 A book or something to do

"Some people have started to bring camp chairs so they can sit comfortably and wait, it's not a bad idea at all," Anna said.
... See MoreSee Less

Rain or shine, youll find nurse unit manager Anna at TPCHs fever clinic! We know the lines can sometimes be longer than desirable, especially at the moment when we are seeing more and more cases of COVID-19. 

Were working to see people as quickly as possible, but Anna has some recommendations on what to bring with you to make the wait more comfortable.

Along with your mask and Medicare card, think of taking with you:
👒 A hat
🧴 Some sunscreen
💧 Your water bottle
☔ Umbrella
📕 A book or something to do

Some people have started to bring camp chairs so they can sit comfortably and wait, its not a bad idea at all, Anna said.

Comment on Facebook

Thank you Anna and the whole team for all your amazing work, your patience, perseverance in this heat all donned up & resilience sadly in the face of abuse and long queues. You are all greatly appreciated 🥰

Anna, you and your team are simply amazing!! Thank you for all you do for your community 💖

Thank you to all the staff they do repetive tasks with grace and enthusiasm.

You are all doing an amazing job .Thank you all .👏🥰

Thank you for all the hard work that you're doing!! So proud and so inspiring 🎉💖

Thank you Anna and the team for all your amazing work we really appreciate you all

Thank you for all you are doing in these very challenging times. We appreciate your caring for the community.

Thanyou to all the crews taking our swabs. I jyst hope people are being kind ❤❤

Keep up the good work. I wonder if my country Nigeria would be lucky to have dedicated health personnel like Anna should a more deadly variant of the covid 19 virus begin to take its toll on us. For now, I'd say we got lucky, we travel, move freely without masks, use of sanitizers nor have had any covid 19 jab and yet feel fine.

You and the team are doing an amazing job Anna! Thankyou 👏

Your a champion Miss Anna (miss u heaps)

You’re all doing a great job Anna!!

And you all do a fabulous job! Was just in the line on Monday.

Thank you Anna and team. Keep up the awesome work 😊

Thankyou to Anna and your team. Very appreciated

A shining star. Love your dedication Anna. 🥰

Thanks Anna and team! All your hard work have not gone unnoticed! 💪🏻

Thank you all , amazing effort by the qld team.

Proud to call this beautiful woman my cousin & my hero, Anna ❤️❤️🏥

Take my hat off you all under paid for what you do

Love your work Anna! 👏⭐️

Thank you for the work that you do .

Good work Anna!

Is that our Anna ?

Anna, Thankyou yo you and your team for all you are doing. Day in, day out. We see you!

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Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

Reset

Rode Road
CHERMSIDE QLD 4032

Phone: (07) 3139 4000

Latest news


More news

Events


  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: Thursday 17th February 2022
Time: TBC
Venue: The Prince Charles Hospital

Level 1 courses are for those clinicians who want general competence in airway management and basic life support for a deteriorating patient and cardiac arrest. Suitable if you normally are part of team rather than the lead.

More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
8 hours ago

Grace has just joined #TPCH's concierge team, making sure visitors and patients entering the hospital are keeping themselves and those around them safe. 😷🏥

"I normally work in the kitchens and deliver food to patients in the wards. Working at the front of the hospital has been such a big change," she said.

"We're here to make sure patients and visitors have the right masks, are vaccinated and know where they're going. I know my way around pretty well and it's been nice to help direct people to their appointments or loved ones. Everyone's lovely and quite chatty - I've been enjoying the change!" 😊
... See MoreSee Less

Grace has just joined #TPCHs concierge team, making sure visitors and patients entering the hospital are keeping themselves and those around them safe. 😷🏥

I normally work in the kitchens and deliver food to patients in the wards. Working at the front of the hospital has been such a big change, she said. 

Were here to make sure patients and visitors have the right masks, are vaccinated and know where theyre going. I know my way around pretty well and its been nice to help direct people to their appointments or loved ones. Everyones lovely and quite chatty - Ive been enjoying the change! 😊

Comment on Facebook

Such a happy young lady! Keep up the great work! 👍

Great job Grace!

Well done team.

Well done Grace!

5 days ago

Cybil and Austin are straight out of university and into our #TPCH ED this week, as two of our 169 new junior doctors across Metro North. 🏥😄🩺

Both originally international students, who studied completely different undergraduate degrees before moving into medicine, Cybil and Austin have one additional thing in common – an eagerness to dive right into the deep end to help out people in need.

30 year-old Cybil studied journalism first before moving into medicine, admitting both career paths suit her inquisitive nature.

“I’ve always been fascinated by the human body and have wanted to make a difference in people’s lives,” she said.

Meanwhile 33 year-old Austin first studied economics before a trip to Greece where he shadowed a doctor on the island guided him towards his career interest in emergency medicine.

“I saw how this doctor responded to all kinds of medical issues on this tiny island, and my love of emergency was born here,” he said.

“I’m so happy to start in the ED – it’s unprecedented times at the moment but we’re just so happy to be here.”
... See MoreSee Less

Cybil and Austin are straight out of university and into our #TPCH ED this week, as two of our 169 new junior doctors across Metro North. 🏥😄🩺
 
Both originally international students, who studied completely different undergraduate degrees before moving into medicine, Cybil and Austin have one additional thing in common – an eagerness to dive right into the deep end to help out people in need.
 
30 year-old Cybil studied journalism first before moving into medicine, admitting both career paths suit her inquisitive nature.
 
“I’ve always been fascinated by the human body and have wanted to make a difference in people’s lives,” she said.
 
Meanwhile 33 year-old Austin first studied economics before a trip to Greece where he shadowed a doctor on the island guided him towards his career interest in emergency medicine.
 
“I saw how this doctor responded to all kinds of medical issues on this tiny island, and my love of emergency was born here,” he said.
 
“I’m so happy to start in the ED – it’s unprecedented times at the moment but we’re just so happy to be here.”

Comment on Facebook

Welcome to one of the best if not the best hospitals in Queensland - enjoy ❤️🎈

Now that they are out of University, they need to learn what it is to be a doctor and how to "doctor". That's why it is called "Practice".!

Take care and allow yourself to rest. Pace yourself. All the best!

Congratulations!! They're so lucky to have you with them Austin Moench 😘xxx

All the best moving forward .👏

The last 2 years of the 4 year post grad MBBS of either UQ or GU are all spent in hospitals rather than Uni. So not really straight out of Uni to be accurate.

TPCH great place to work

Everyone is rooting for you mate from the island of #symigreece

A wardy there too😁 after 45 years in mechanical maintenance fitting.

Welcome doctors we sure need you more now than ever 😷

Sound like two life experienced people. I hope the corruption of the health system doesn’t push them out. Which experienced doctors that have been forced to leave were replaced by tgem🤔

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👏👏👏

Cybil Tzy my hero

Welcome 🙂

Welcome! And thank you 🙏🏻

Adam Jeffries new Drs with varied degrees prior to Uni.

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1 week ago

"All you can do is stay positive and do what you can to make yourself happy. My wife and I bought a motor home and we do trips here and there. From inland bush to coastal beaches, getaways take our minds off things and we can relax. It always feels like a weight has been taken off our shoulders and helps us cope with reality."

#MondayMantra 💭 Paul, 63 years old, #TPCH bowel cancer patient. 🏕️
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All you can do is stay positive and do what you can to make yourself happy. My wife and I bought a motor home and we do trips here and there. From inland bush to coastal beaches, getaways take our minds off things and we can relax. It always feels like a weight has been taken off our shoulders and helps us cope with reality.

#MondayMantra 💭 Paul, 63 years old, #TPCH bowel cancer patient. 🏕️

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Well done to you and your wife Paul, always wonderful to have something different to look forward to, getting away together, new adventures. Great advice.

Good on you Paul. What a great attitude.

Thank you for your words of wisdom and strength Paul

2 weeks ago

A massive #ShoutoutSaturday to clinical nurse Daniel who this week started as Acting Cancer Care Coordinator of Cancer Care Services at TPCH! 👏 After nine years in a clinical teaching role, Daniel was keen to get back to treating patients face-to-face where can make a personal impact on their healthcare journeys.

"Working in cancer care is the best job in the world," Daniel said.

"You won't find anyone in these sorts of patient-focused roles who don't have a passion for helping people."

Join us in welcoming Daniel to his new role! 😇🏥
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A massive #ShoutoutSaturday to clinical nurse Daniel who this week started as Acting Cancer Care Coordinator of Cancer Care Services at TPCH! 👏 After nine years in a clinical teaching role, Daniel was keen to get back to treating patients face-to-face where can make a personal impact on their healthcare journeys. 

Working in cancer care is the best job in the world, Daniel said. 

You wont find anyone in these sorts of patient-focused roles who dont have a passion for helping people.

Join us in welcoming Daniel to his new role! 😇🏥

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Congratulations to our amazing Son. We couldn’t be more proud of the incredible caring human being you have become. You deserve this wonderful opportunity from the hard work and dedication you continue to give on a daily basis. Much love Mum & Dad❤️❤️

Congratulations 👏 Dan , I'm so glad you got the position. All the best 💓

Bravo fine man!! Happy new year and know that the public feels better knowing you work in Health. All the best!

Congratulations Dan! So very well deserved. You are so passionate about your patients and your job. 💕

Congratulations Daniel. and Congratulations TPCH.. Prince Charles is lucky to have you. I agree...Cancer Care is the best place in the world to work...Patients are empowered, and the staff are the best human beings you will come across in your life. ❤

So Incredibly Proud of you Dan Fitzgerald. You deserve all the Accolades, you’ve worked so hard for this. Congratulations Mate

Dan, look at you on MN socials 😂 seriously though you are the best and I have been one of the lucky ones to be on the receiving end of your brilliant care - you legend! 🙌🏻

Çongratulations Dan. Appreciated your care and sense of humor when I was going through my treatment. Enjoy your new position 😃

Congratulations Daniel. Society is lucky to have compassionate nurses like you!

Congratulations Dan on you new role. You have come a long way from the new grad I worked with at Redcliffe. Well done.

Naw our boy is all grown up. Congratulations friend. Welcome to the world of care coordination. You know where I am if you need anything. 😘

Congratulations Dan always knew you were destined for great things. Well done.

Congrats dan. Thanks for all the care when I was going through my treatment. Miss those Tuesday chats while you were happily sticking needles in me. 👍

Welcome to TPCH! It's a very caring hospital and staff are the best. Wouldn't want to work at any other hospital as the patients and community spirit is lovely.

Congratulations Dan and welcome to the CCC team at Metro North. Looking forward to working with you and helping our patients as they cross between campuses.

Congratulations Dan they are very lucky to have you there 🎉🎉

Congratulations Dan, you will an awesome asset to the CCC TPCH team 👏👏

Well done Dan. Very proud 😘🤗

Congratulations Dan, you totally deserve it.

A top fellow as well, you are a kind soul Daniel, loved our chats at Christmas time. Well done to you!!!!

Congrats Dan! Well done that is awesome.

Congratulations Daniel well done

Qld health is lucky to have you Daniel! Great work

Congratulations Dan… Very proud of you my friend…🎉

Dan you better still be in the role when I'm back there in August!

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2 weeks ago

Rain or shine, you'll find nurse unit manager Anna at TPCH's fever clinic! We know the lines can sometimes be longer than desirable, especially at the moment when we are seeing more and more cases of COVID-19.

We're working to see people as quickly as possible, but Anna has some recommendations on what to bring with you to make the wait more comfortable.

Along with your mask and Medicare card, think of taking with you:
👒 A hat
🧴 Some sunscreen
💧 Your water bottle
☔ Umbrella
📕 A book or something to do

"Some people have started to bring camp chairs so they can sit comfortably and wait, it's not a bad idea at all," Anna said.
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Rain or shine, youll find nurse unit manager Anna at TPCHs fever clinic! We know the lines can sometimes be longer than desirable, especially at the moment when we are seeing more and more cases of COVID-19. 

Were working to see people as quickly as possible, but Anna has some recommendations on what to bring with you to make the wait more comfortable.

Along with your mask and Medicare card, think of taking with you:
👒 A hat
🧴 Some sunscreen
💧 Your water bottle
☔ Umbrella
📕 A book or something to do

Some people have started to bring camp chairs so they can sit comfortably and wait, its not a bad idea at all, Anna said.

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Thank you Anna and the whole team for all your amazing work, your patience, perseverance in this heat all donned up & resilience sadly in the face of abuse and long queues. You are all greatly appreciated 🥰

Anna, you and your team are simply amazing!! Thank you for all you do for your community 💖

Thank you to all the staff they do repetive tasks with grace and enthusiasm.

You are all doing an amazing job .Thank you all .👏🥰

Thank you for all the hard work that you're doing!! So proud and so inspiring 🎉💖

Thank you Anna and the team for all your amazing work we really appreciate you all

Thank you for all you are doing in these very challenging times. We appreciate your caring for the community.

Thanyou to all the crews taking our swabs. I jyst hope people are being kind ❤❤

Keep up the good work. I wonder if my country Nigeria would be lucky to have dedicated health personnel like Anna should a more deadly variant of the covid 19 virus begin to take its toll on us. For now, I'd say we got lucky, we travel, move freely without masks, use of sanitizers nor have had any covid 19 jab and yet feel fine.

You and the team are doing an amazing job Anna! Thankyou 👏

Your a champion Miss Anna (miss u heaps)

You’re all doing a great job Anna!!

And you all do a fabulous job! Was just in the line on Monday.

Thank you Anna and team. Keep up the awesome work 😊

Thankyou to Anna and your team. Very appreciated

A shining star. Love your dedication Anna. 🥰

Thanks Anna and team! All your hard work have not gone unnoticed! 💪🏻

Thank you all , amazing effort by the qld team.

Proud to call this beautiful woman my cousin & my hero, Anna ❤️❤️🏥

Take my hat off you all under paid for what you do

Love your work Anna! 👏⭐️

Thank you for the work that you do .

Good work Anna!

Is that our Anna ?

Anna, Thankyou yo you and your team for all you are doing. Day in, day out. We see you!

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