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Non-urgent planned care postponed

8 July 2022|

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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Events


  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: 16th February 2023
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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The Prince Charles Hospital

627 Rode Road
CHERMSIDE QLD 4032

Phone: (07) 3139 4000

#Nextcare Health Conference - Click for more information and to register

/ MetroNorthHHS

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6 days ago

“If you wake up in the morning and you are still breathing, it’s going to be a great day. If you are beating it, living well and giving it no energy, you’re in control. The key is a positive attitude. The more positive you can be, the more happy you can be. Be in the now. When you’re negative, that’s when it becomes toxic for you.”

#MondayMantra 💭 Tania, 55 years-old, #TPCH cancer care patient
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“If you wake up in the morning and you are still breathing, it’s going to be a great day. If you are beating it, living well and giving it no energy, you’re in control. The key is a positive attitude. The more positive you can be, the more happy you can be. Be in the now. When you’re negative, that’s when it becomes toxic for you.”

#MondayMantra 💭 Tania, 55 years-old, #TPCH cancer care patient

Comment on Facebook

Great attitude! Sending positive well wishes to you. 🌻

Positive and inspiring! Sending you well-wishes on your health. Thankyou for your Positive outlook

Thanks for your inspiration and sending good positive wishes right back to you 😀

I've been right there, and did just that. Love my job as a E.D.Wardsperson. All I wanted was to get back to it. Took 2 1/2 years and a lot of Positive feelings and I back at my job,and my Health is good. One day at time and each day is a Blessing. I wish you well on your Journey.

Good attitude to have.😀

You keep kicking the big Cs butt ! And keep being your awesome beautiful self.

You are amazing Tania!!!

Wonderful inspiration comments. All the best

That’s the only way to get through it, wishing you all the best. 💞

yes.!!!! good on you

Proud of you Tan 💗

Very true 💖

TJ-Tania Johnson

Stacey 💖💖

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1 week ago

Tamaya is an Aboriginal phrase for 'together the thinkers advance', one that resonates with #TPCH executive director of heart and lung, Peter.

Peter and his colleagues have joined forces with their stakeholders to create UROC, a community-based Urban Indigenous Outreach Clinic for those with respiratory issues. 🫁

"One thing we can take control of is when we can see our patients as we don't want them to be waiting long for an appointment - our goal here is to eliminate any waitlists for our first nation patients, and provide culturally safe care." he said.

The team can see any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient with a thoracic complaint from lung cancer to shortness of breath, with clinics already up and running in Morayfield and Margate. 💛
... See MoreSee Less

Tamaya is an Aboriginal phrase for together the thinkers advance, one that resonates with #TPCH executive director of heart and lung, Peter.

Peter and his colleagues have joined forces with their stakeholders to create UROC, a community-based Urban Indigenous Outreach Clinic for those with respiratory issues. 🫁

One thing we can take control of is when we can see our patients as we dont want them to be waiting long for an appointment - our goal here is to eliminate any waitlists for our first nation patients, and provide culturally safe care. he said. 

The team can see any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient with a thoracic complaint from lung cancer to shortness of breath, with clinics already up and running in Morayfield and Margate. 💛

Comment on Facebook

Well done amazing to here

Thank you

Latest news


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Events


  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: 16th February 2023
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
Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.

Reset

The Prince Charles Hospital

Rode Road
CHERMSIDE QLD 4032

Phone: (07) 3139 4000

#Nextcare Health Conference - Click for more information and to register

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
6 days ago

“If you wake up in the morning and you are still breathing, it’s going to be a great day. If you are beating it, living well and giving it no energy, you’re in control. The key is a positive attitude. The more positive you can be, the more happy you can be. Be in the now. When you’re negative, that’s when it becomes toxic for you.”

#MondayMantra 💭 Tania, 55 years-old, #TPCH cancer care patient
... See MoreSee Less

“If you wake up in the morning and you are still breathing, it’s going to be a great day. If you are beating it, living well and giving it no energy, you’re in control. The key is a positive attitude. The more positive you can be, the more happy you can be. Be in the now. When you’re negative, that’s when it becomes toxic for you.”

#MondayMantra 💭 Tania, 55 years-old, #TPCH cancer care patient

Comment on Facebook

Great attitude! Sending positive well wishes to you. 🌻

Positive and inspiring! Sending you well-wishes on your health. Thankyou for your Positive outlook

Thanks for your inspiration and sending good positive wishes right back to you 😀

I've been right there, and did just that. Love my job as a E.D.Wardsperson. All I wanted was to get back to it. Took 2 1/2 years and a lot of Positive feelings and I back at my job,and my Health is good. One day at time and each day is a Blessing. I wish you well on your Journey.

Good attitude to have.😀

You keep kicking the big Cs butt ! And keep being your awesome beautiful self.

You are amazing Tania!!!

Wonderful inspiration comments. All the best

That’s the only way to get through it, wishing you all the best. 💞

yes.!!!! good on you

Proud of you Tan 💗

Very true 💖

TJ-Tania Johnson

Stacey 💖💖

View more comments

1 week ago

Tamaya is an Aboriginal phrase for 'together the thinkers advance', one that resonates with #TPCH executive director of heart and lung, Peter.

Peter and his colleagues have joined forces with their stakeholders to create UROC, a community-based Urban Indigenous Outreach Clinic for those with respiratory issues. 🫁

"One thing we can take control of is when we can see our patients as we don't want them to be waiting long for an appointment - our goal here is to eliminate any waitlists for our first nation patients, and provide culturally safe care." he said.

The team can see any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient with a thoracic complaint from lung cancer to shortness of breath, with clinics already up and running in Morayfield and Margate. 💛
... See MoreSee Less

Tamaya is an Aboriginal phrase for together the thinkers advance, one that resonates with #TPCH executive director of heart and lung, Peter.

Peter and his colleagues have joined forces with their stakeholders to create UROC, a community-based Urban Indigenous Outreach Clinic for those with respiratory issues. 🫁

One thing we can take control of is when we can see our patients as we dont want them to be waiting long for an appointment - our goal here is to eliminate any waitlists for our first nation patients, and provide culturally safe care. he said. 

The team can see any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient with a thoracic complaint from lung cancer to shortness of breath, with clinics already up and running in Morayfield and Margate. 💛

Comment on Facebook

Well done amazing to here

Thank you

Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.
#Nextcare Health Conference - Click for more information and to register

Latest news


More news

Events


  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: 16th February 2023
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
6 days ago

“If you wake up in the morning and you are still breathing, it’s going to be a great day. If you are beating it, living well and giving it no energy, you’re in control. The key is a positive attitude. The more positive you can be, the more happy you can be. Be in the now. When you’re negative, that’s when it becomes toxic for you.”

#MondayMantra 💭 Tania, 55 years-old, #TPCH cancer care patient
... See MoreSee Less

“If you wake up in the morning and you are still breathing, it’s going to be a great day. If you are beating it, living well and giving it no energy, you’re in control. The key is a positive attitude. The more positive you can be, the more happy you can be. Be in the now. When you’re negative, that’s when it becomes toxic for you.”

#MondayMantra 💭 Tania, 55 years-old, #TPCH cancer care patient

Comment on Facebook

Great attitude! Sending positive well wishes to you. 🌻

Positive and inspiring! Sending you well-wishes on your health. Thankyou for your Positive outlook

Thanks for your inspiration and sending good positive wishes right back to you 😀

I've been right there, and did just that. Love my job as a E.D.Wardsperson. All I wanted was to get back to it. Took 2 1/2 years and a lot of Positive feelings and I back at my job,and my Health is good. One day at time and each day is a Blessing. I wish you well on your Journey.

Good attitude to have.😀

You keep kicking the big Cs butt ! And keep being your awesome beautiful self.

You are amazing Tania!!!

Wonderful inspiration comments. All the best

That’s the only way to get through it, wishing you all the best. 💞

yes.!!!! good on you

Proud of you Tan 💗

Very true 💖

TJ-Tania Johnson

Stacey 💖💖

View more comments

1 week ago

Tamaya is an Aboriginal phrase for 'together the thinkers advance', one that resonates with #TPCH executive director of heart and lung, Peter.

Peter and his colleagues have joined forces with their stakeholders to create UROC, a community-based Urban Indigenous Outreach Clinic for those with respiratory issues. 🫁

"One thing we can take control of is when we can see our patients as we don't want them to be waiting long for an appointment - our goal here is to eliminate any waitlists for our first nation patients, and provide culturally safe care." he said.

The team can see any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient with a thoracic complaint from lung cancer to shortness of breath, with clinics already up and running in Morayfield and Margate. 💛
... See MoreSee Less

Tamaya is an Aboriginal phrase for together the thinkers advance, one that resonates with #TPCH executive director of heart and lung, Peter.

Peter and his colleagues have joined forces with their stakeholders to create UROC, a community-based Urban Indigenous Outreach Clinic for those with respiratory issues. 🫁

One thing we can take control of is when we can see our patients as we dont want them to be waiting long for an appointment - our goal here is to eliminate any waitlists for our first nation patients, and provide culturally safe care. he said. 

The team can see any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient with a thoracic complaint from lung cancer to shortness of breath, with clinics already up and running in Morayfield and Margate. 💛

Comment on Facebook

Well done amazing to here

Thank you

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