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  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: 16th August 2024
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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Phone: (07) 3139 4000

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2 days ago

A new specialist clinic at TPCH is allowing patients with a commonly underdiagnosed chronic lung condition, called bronchiectasis, to receive improved care.

Bronchiectasis is a complex lung condition where the airways become inflamed and enlarged, leading to symptoms including chronic cough, sputum production and recurring chest infections. 🫁

Respiratory physician Dr Phil, pictured with patient Pamela, said that bronchiectasis is often misdiagnosed due to its similarity to the more common chronic lung disease Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

"The effective management of the condition requires a timely diagnosis followed by specific targeted medication therapies which are readily available through the clinic," Dr Phil said.

Read more on this story here: metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/bronchiectasis-clinic-helping-patients-breathe-easier
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A new specialist clinic at TPCH is allowing patients with a commonly underdiagnosed chronic lung condition, called bronchiectasis, to receive improved care.

Bronchiectasis is a complex lung condition where the airways become inflamed and enlarged, leading to symptoms including chronic cough, sputum production and recurring chest infections. 🫁

Respiratory physician Dr Phil, pictured with patient Pamela, said that bronchiectasis is often misdiagnosed due to its similarity to the more common chronic lung disease Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

The effective management of the condition requires a timely diagnosis followed by specific targeted medication therapies which are readily available through the clinic, Dr Phil said. 

Read more on this story here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/bronchiectasis-clinic-helping-patients-breathe-easier

Comment on Facebook

I first meet Dr Masel when he was a resident dr , a good man

How can people access these treatments pls ??

Doctor_feelgood

Great news for the new clinic. Dr. Phil has been helping me manage my bronchiectasis since 2009. I have learnt so much over the years about how to manage my condition.

I fought my COPD through the help of mycogreat on Instagram After suffering from it for 15 Year's

Really, natural remedies do work. If they didn't, we wouldn't have used them for thousands of years. And, pharmaceutical companies wouldn't be studying plants, taking extracts of them, and patenting them as drugs.this is not a claim or lies I was cured from fibromyalgia and my friend was also cured from Chronic UTI by Dr OTAIGBE medicine, in case you are having any health challenges you can contact him and also get cure too👇👇👇 Dr Otaigbe Herbs

If you are interested in any of this herbal cure for any kind of disease, dm him on his WhatsApp number+2347046720979 you call the line also, and if you have any of this infection, list as Follow, Cancer , Diabetes , High - Blood Pressure , Kidney Diseases , Prostate , Gall Stone , Myoma , Cyst , Paralysis , Stroke , Leukemia , Dengue , Anemia , Primary Complex , Gout , Arthritis , Migraine , Sleep Disorder , Dysmenorrhea , Goiter Heart Problem , Hepatitis , Psoriasis , Vertigo , Low Sperm Count , Sexual Impotence and other serious diseases, Please serious people only.http://www.facebook.com/Doctor_feelgood-113225891737895

Respiratory illnesses _illnesses that effect the lungs such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pneumonia,can cause breathing difficulties and reduce overall health and quality of life 🧬 but trust me microdosing capsule definitely help i got i from MYCOPATRA on Instagram follow up the page mycopatra on Instagram and get well soon 🔜

I got cured from my allergies all thanks to herbalist agedo I just want to say thank you for helping me I'm very much grateful Herbalist Agedo

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2 weeks ago

A community group from Tweed Heads has crafted 56 patchwork ‘belonging baskets’ for patients in our care at TPCH mental health. 🧺

The baskets which were an an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, The Common Good Au, is just one way the charity supports patients.

Senior carer peer coordinator Tricia explains how this seemingly small gesture makes such a difference to the patients.

“Often when these patients arrive at the hospital, they have limited belongings with them. The beautiful belonging baskets provide patients with something to brighten their room and to take home with them when they are discharged,” Tricia said. 🥰

“Receiving something handcrafted from a person you don’t know is especially significant – it reinforces to patients that people care about them."
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A community group from Tweed Heads has crafted 56 patchwork ‘belonging baskets’ for patients in our care at TPCH mental health. 🧺

The baskets which were an an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, The Common Good Au, is just one way the charity supports patients. 

Senior carer peer coordinator Tricia explains how this seemingly small gesture makes such a difference to the patients.

“Often when these patients arrive at the hospital, they have limited belongings with them. The beautiful belonging baskets provide patients with something to brighten their room and to take home with them when they are discharged,” Tricia said. 🥰

“Receiving something handcrafted from a person you don’t know is especially significant – it reinforces to patients that people care about them.

Comment on Facebook

What a wonderful initiative great work Trish your an inspiration advocating for all 💜

So wonderful! What a kind gesture 🙌

You’re so amazing Tricia!

3 weeks ago

For TPCH ICU nurse Nadine, helping others less fortunate than herself is a passion. That’s why two years ago, she joined Mercy Ships, the world's largest non-governmental hospital ship that provides free surgical care and training to developing nations in Africa.

Nadine recently returned from eight weeks in Sierra Leone, Africa, for the second time in two years, providing nursing care to hundreds of adults and children with health conditions and ailments not treatable through the local healthcare system.

For the humanitarian nurse, using her skills to help disadvantaged people live normal lives again is a great privilege. One of her most memorable moments of her recent trip was seeing a young child see for the first time after having their cataracts removed. ❤️

“The look on the child’s face was priceless, one of awe and amazement. They realised they had a bright future ahead,” Nadine said.

“It is wonderful to help bring so much joy to people who are so grateful to be healthy and live a normal life again – you can’t measure it."

Read more of Nadine's story here: metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/making-a-difference

#ShoutoutSaturday👏to Nadine and her incredible humanitarian efforts.
... See MoreSee Less

For TPCH ICU nurse Nadine, helping others less fortunate than herself is a passion. That’s why two years ago, she joined Mercy Ships, the worlds largest non-governmental hospital ship that provides free surgical care and training to developing nations in Africa. 

Nadine recently returned from eight weeks in Sierra Leone, Africa, for the second time in two years, providing nursing care to hundreds of adults and children with health conditions and ailments not treatable through the local healthcare system.

For the humanitarian nurse, using her skills to help disadvantaged people live normal lives again is a great privilege. One of her most memorable moments of her recent trip was seeing a young child see for the first time after having their cataracts removed. ❤️

“The look on the child’s face was priceless, one of awe and amazement. They realised they had a bright future ahead,” Nadine said.

“It is wonderful to help bring so much joy to people who are so grateful to be healthy and live a normal life again – you can’t measure it.

Read more of Nadines story here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/making-a-difference

#ShoutoutSaturday👏to Nadine and her incredible humanitarian efforts.

Comment on Facebook

Thank you Nadine for giving your time & energy to a wonderful cause & for your work in ICU. 👏🏼🏅

Thank you Nadine. Mercy ships is such an amazing organisation and do wonderful life changing work. What a difference you have made.

Well done Nadine, such a privilege to save & change peoples lives 🎈

What a ⭐️ star. Good job Nadine

Nice to see you recognised for ur efforts lovely! 🥰

Incredible nurse and friend! 🤍

You are amazing Nadine ❤️❤️❤️

Great work !

Jess Couch

Thank you.

View more comments

Latest news


More news

Events


  • Advanced Life Support Level 1 Course

Advanced Life Support - Level 1 Course

Date: 16th August 2024
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

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
2 days ago

A new specialist clinic at TPCH is allowing patients with a commonly underdiagnosed chronic lung condition, called bronchiectasis, to receive improved care.

Bronchiectasis is a complex lung condition where the airways become inflamed and enlarged, leading to symptoms including chronic cough, sputum production and recurring chest infections. 🫁

Respiratory physician Dr Phil, pictured with patient Pamela, said that bronchiectasis is often misdiagnosed due to its similarity to the more common chronic lung disease Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

"The effective management of the condition requires a timely diagnosis followed by specific targeted medication therapies which are readily available through the clinic," Dr Phil said.

Read more on this story here: metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/bronchiectasis-clinic-helping-patients-breathe-easier
... See MoreSee Less

A new specialist clinic at TPCH is allowing patients with a commonly underdiagnosed chronic lung condition, called bronchiectasis, to receive improved care.

Bronchiectasis is a complex lung condition where the airways become inflamed and enlarged, leading to symptoms including chronic cough, sputum production and recurring chest infections. 🫁

Respiratory physician Dr Phil, pictured with patient Pamela, said that bronchiectasis is often misdiagnosed due to its similarity to the more common chronic lung disease Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

The effective management of the condition requires a timely diagnosis followed by specific targeted medication therapies which are readily available through the clinic, Dr Phil said. 

Read more on this story here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/bronchiectasis-clinic-helping-patients-breathe-easier

Comment on Facebook

I first meet Dr Masel when he was a resident dr , a good man

How can people access these treatments pls ??

Doctor_feelgood

Great news for the new clinic. Dr. Phil has been helping me manage my bronchiectasis since 2009. I have learnt so much over the years about how to manage my condition.

I fought my COPD through the help of mycogreat on Instagram After suffering from it for 15 Year's

Really, natural remedies do work. If they didn't, we wouldn't have used them for thousands of years. And, pharmaceutical companies wouldn't be studying plants, taking extracts of them, and patenting them as drugs.this is not a claim or lies I was cured from fibromyalgia and my friend was also cured from Chronic UTI by Dr OTAIGBE medicine, in case you are having any health challenges you can contact him and also get cure too👇👇👇 Dr Otaigbe Herbs

If you are interested in any of this herbal cure for any kind of disease, dm him on his WhatsApp number+2347046720979 you call the line also, and if you have any of this infection, list as Follow, Cancer , Diabetes , High - Blood Pressure , Kidney Diseases , Prostate , Gall Stone , Myoma , Cyst , Paralysis , Stroke , Leukemia , Dengue , Anemia , Primary Complex , Gout , Arthritis , Migraine , Sleep Disorder , Dysmenorrhea , Goiter Heart Problem , Hepatitis , Psoriasis , Vertigo , Low Sperm Count , Sexual Impotence and other serious diseases, Please serious people only.http://www.facebook.com/Doctor_feelgood-113225891737895

Respiratory illnesses _illnesses that effect the lungs such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pneumonia,can cause breathing difficulties and reduce overall health and quality of life 🧬 but trust me microdosing capsule definitely help i got i from MYCOPATRA on Instagram follow up the page mycopatra on Instagram and get well soon 🔜

I got cured from my allergies all thanks to herbalist agedo I just want to say thank you for helping me I'm very much grateful Herbalist Agedo

View more comments

2 weeks ago

A community group from Tweed Heads has crafted 56 patchwork ‘belonging baskets’ for patients in our care at TPCH mental health. 🧺

The baskets which were an an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, The Common Good Au, is just one way the charity supports patients.

Senior carer peer coordinator Tricia explains how this seemingly small gesture makes such a difference to the patients.

“Often when these patients arrive at the hospital, they have limited belongings with them. The beautiful belonging baskets provide patients with something to brighten their room and to take home with them when they are discharged,” Tricia said. 🥰

“Receiving something handcrafted from a person you don’t know is especially significant – it reinforces to patients that people care about them."
... See MoreSee Less

A community group from Tweed Heads has crafted 56 patchwork ‘belonging baskets’ for patients in our care at TPCH mental health. 🧺

The baskets which were an an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, The Common Good Au, is just one way the charity supports patients. 

Senior carer peer coordinator Tricia explains how this seemingly small gesture makes such a difference to the patients.

“Often when these patients arrive at the hospital, they have limited belongings with them. The beautiful belonging baskets provide patients with something to brighten their room and to take home with them when they are discharged,” Tricia said. 🥰

“Receiving something handcrafted from a person you don’t know is especially significant – it reinforces to patients that people care about them.

Comment on Facebook

What a wonderful initiative great work Trish your an inspiration advocating for all 💜

So wonderful! What a kind gesture 🙌

You’re so amazing Tricia!

3 weeks ago

For TPCH ICU nurse Nadine, helping others less fortunate than herself is a passion. That’s why two years ago, she joined Mercy Ships, the world's largest non-governmental hospital ship that provides free surgical care and training to developing nations in Africa.

Nadine recently returned from eight weeks in Sierra Leone, Africa, for the second time in two years, providing nursing care to hundreds of adults and children with health conditions and ailments not treatable through the local healthcare system.

For the humanitarian nurse, using her skills to help disadvantaged people live normal lives again is a great privilege. One of her most memorable moments of her recent trip was seeing a young child see for the first time after having their cataracts removed. ❤️

“The look on the child’s face was priceless, one of awe and amazement. They realised they had a bright future ahead,” Nadine said.

“It is wonderful to help bring so much joy to people who are so grateful to be healthy and live a normal life again – you can’t measure it."

Read more of Nadine's story here: metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/making-a-difference

#ShoutoutSaturday👏to Nadine and her incredible humanitarian efforts.
... See MoreSee Less

For TPCH ICU nurse Nadine, helping others less fortunate than herself is a passion. That’s why two years ago, she joined Mercy Ships, the worlds largest non-governmental hospital ship that provides free surgical care and training to developing nations in Africa. 

Nadine recently returned from eight weeks in Sierra Leone, Africa, for the second time in two years, providing nursing care to hundreds of adults and children with health conditions and ailments not treatable through the local healthcare system.

For the humanitarian nurse, using her skills to help disadvantaged people live normal lives again is a great privilege. One of her most memorable moments of her recent trip was seeing a young child see for the first time after having their cataracts removed. ❤️

“The look on the child’s face was priceless, one of awe and amazement. They realised they had a bright future ahead,” Nadine said.

“It is wonderful to help bring so much joy to people who are so grateful to be healthy and live a normal life again – you can’t measure it.

Read more of Nadines story here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/making-a-difference

#ShoutoutSaturday👏to Nadine and her incredible humanitarian efforts.

Comment on Facebook

Thank you Nadine for giving your time & energy to a wonderful cause & for your work in ICU. 👏🏼🏅

Thank you Nadine. Mercy ships is such an amazing organisation and do wonderful life changing work. What a difference you have made.

Well done Nadine, such a privilege to save & change peoples lives 🎈

What a ⭐️ star. Good job Nadine

Nice to see you recognised for ur efforts lovely! 🥰

Incredible nurse and friend! 🤍

You are amazing Nadine ❤️❤️❤️

Great work !

Jess Couch

Thank you.

View more comments

Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual Emergency Care Service 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 August 2024
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
2 days ago

A new specialist clinic at TPCH is allowing patients with a commonly underdiagnosed chronic lung condition, called bronchiectasis, to receive improved care.

Bronchiectasis is a complex lung condition where the airways become inflamed and enlarged, leading to symptoms including chronic cough, sputum production and recurring chest infections. 🫁

Respiratory physician Dr Phil, pictured with patient Pamela, said that bronchiectasis is often misdiagnosed due to its similarity to the more common chronic lung disease Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

"The effective management of the condition requires a timely diagnosis followed by specific targeted medication therapies which are readily available through the clinic," Dr Phil said.

Read more on this story here: metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/bronchiectasis-clinic-helping-patients-breathe-easier
... See MoreSee Less

A new specialist clinic at TPCH is allowing patients with a commonly underdiagnosed chronic lung condition, called bronchiectasis, to receive improved care.

Bronchiectasis is a complex lung condition where the airways become inflamed and enlarged, leading to symptoms including chronic cough, sputum production and recurring chest infections. 🫁

Respiratory physician Dr Phil, pictured with patient Pamela, said that bronchiectasis is often misdiagnosed due to its similarity to the more common chronic lung disease Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

The effective management of the condition requires a timely diagnosis followed by specific targeted medication therapies which are readily available through the clinic, Dr Phil said. 

Read more on this story here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/bronchiectasis-clinic-helping-patients-breathe-easier

Comment on Facebook

I first meet Dr Masel when he was a resident dr , a good man

How can people access these treatments pls ??

Doctor_feelgood

Great news for the new clinic. Dr. Phil has been helping me manage my bronchiectasis since 2009. I have learnt so much over the years about how to manage my condition.

I fought my COPD through the help of mycogreat on Instagram After suffering from it for 15 Year's

Really, natural remedies do work. If they didn't, we wouldn't have used them for thousands of years. And, pharmaceutical companies wouldn't be studying plants, taking extracts of them, and patenting them as drugs.this is not a claim or lies I was cured from fibromyalgia and my friend was also cured from Chronic UTI by Dr OTAIGBE medicine, in case you are having any health challenges you can contact him and also get cure too👇👇👇 Dr Otaigbe Herbs

If you are interested in any of this herbal cure for any kind of disease, dm him on his WhatsApp number+2347046720979 you call the line also, and if you have any of this infection, list as Follow, Cancer , Diabetes , High - Blood Pressure , Kidney Diseases , Prostate , Gall Stone , Myoma , Cyst , Paralysis , Stroke , Leukemia , Dengue , Anemia , Primary Complex , Gout , Arthritis , Migraine , Sleep Disorder , Dysmenorrhea , Goiter Heart Problem , Hepatitis , Psoriasis , Vertigo , Low Sperm Count , Sexual Impotence and other serious diseases, Please serious people only.http://www.facebook.com/Doctor_feelgood-113225891737895

Respiratory illnesses _illnesses that effect the lungs such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pneumonia,can cause breathing difficulties and reduce overall health and quality of life 🧬 but trust me microdosing capsule definitely help i got i from MYCOPATRA on Instagram follow up the page mycopatra on Instagram and get well soon 🔜

I got cured from my allergies all thanks to herbalist agedo I just want to say thank you for helping me I'm very much grateful Herbalist Agedo

View more comments

2 weeks ago

A community group from Tweed Heads has crafted 56 patchwork ‘belonging baskets’ for patients in our care at TPCH mental health. 🧺

The baskets which were an an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, The Common Good Au, is just one way the charity supports patients.

Senior carer peer coordinator Tricia explains how this seemingly small gesture makes such a difference to the patients.

“Often when these patients arrive at the hospital, they have limited belongings with them. The beautiful belonging baskets provide patients with something to brighten their room and to take home with them when they are discharged,” Tricia said. 🥰

“Receiving something handcrafted from a person you don’t know is especially significant – it reinforces to patients that people care about them."
... See MoreSee Less

A community group from Tweed Heads has crafted 56 patchwork ‘belonging baskets’ for patients in our care at TPCH mental health. 🧺

The baskets which were an an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, The Common Good Au, is just one way the charity supports patients. 

Senior carer peer coordinator Tricia explains how this seemingly small gesture makes such a difference to the patients.

“Often when these patients arrive at the hospital, they have limited belongings with them. The beautiful belonging baskets provide patients with something to brighten their room and to take home with them when they are discharged,” Tricia said. 🥰

“Receiving something handcrafted from a person you don’t know is especially significant – it reinforces to patients that people care about them.

Comment on Facebook

What a wonderful initiative great work Trish your an inspiration advocating for all 💜

So wonderful! What a kind gesture 🙌

You’re so amazing Tricia!

3 weeks ago

For TPCH ICU nurse Nadine, helping others less fortunate than herself is a passion. That’s why two years ago, she joined Mercy Ships, the world's largest non-governmental hospital ship that provides free surgical care and training to developing nations in Africa.

Nadine recently returned from eight weeks in Sierra Leone, Africa, for the second time in two years, providing nursing care to hundreds of adults and children with health conditions and ailments not treatable through the local healthcare system.

For the humanitarian nurse, using her skills to help disadvantaged people live normal lives again is a great privilege. One of her most memorable moments of her recent trip was seeing a young child see for the first time after having their cataracts removed. ❤️

“The look on the child’s face was priceless, one of awe and amazement. They realised they had a bright future ahead,” Nadine said.

“It is wonderful to help bring so much joy to people who are so grateful to be healthy and live a normal life again – you can’t measure it."

Read more of Nadine's story here: metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/making-a-difference

#ShoutoutSaturday👏to Nadine and her incredible humanitarian efforts.
... See MoreSee Less

For TPCH ICU nurse Nadine, helping others less fortunate than herself is a passion. That’s why two years ago, she joined Mercy Ships, the worlds largest non-governmental hospital ship that provides free surgical care and training to developing nations in Africa. 

Nadine recently returned from eight weeks in Sierra Leone, Africa, for the second time in two years, providing nursing care to hundreds of adults and children with health conditions and ailments not treatable through the local healthcare system.

For the humanitarian nurse, using her skills to help disadvantaged people live normal lives again is a great privilege. One of her most memorable moments of her recent trip was seeing a young child see for the first time after having their cataracts removed. ❤️

“The look on the child’s face was priceless, one of awe and amazement. They realised they had a bright future ahead,” Nadine said.

“It is wonderful to help bring so much joy to people who are so grateful to be healthy and live a normal life again – you can’t measure it.

Read more of Nadines story here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/news/making-a-difference

#ShoutoutSaturday👏to Nadine and her incredible humanitarian efforts.

Comment on Facebook

Thank you Nadine for giving your time & energy to a wonderful cause & for your work in ICU. 👏🏼🏅

Thank you Nadine. Mercy ships is such an amazing organisation and do wonderful life changing work. What a difference you have made.

Well done Nadine, such a privilege to save & change peoples lives 🎈

What a ⭐️ star. Good job Nadine

Nice to see you recognised for ur efforts lovely! 🥰

Incredible nurse and friend! 🤍

You are amazing Nadine ❤️❤️❤️

Great work !

Jess Couch

Thank you.

View more comments

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