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Digital PET-CT gives sick Queensland kids faster and safer access to care

The Queensland Children’s Hospital has become the first paediatric hospital in Australia to offer a dedicated digital positron emission tomography- computed tomography (PET-CT).

Cadetships help future health professionals close the gap for Queensland kids

Children’s Health Queensland has welcomed one of the state’s largest intakes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health and nursing students, boosting the cultural safety and capability of the service’s workforce.

24 March 2022 |

Unique partnership recognised for high-quality care

A pioneering partnership between Children’s Health Queensland and Mater has been recognised nationally in a Metabolic Disease Workforce White Paper for its delivery of co-ordinated, high-quality care to patients with rare metabolic disorders.

9 March 2022 |

One million Queensland newborns screened for hearing loss

Children’s Health Queensland’s long-running Healthy Hearing Program has performed one million newborn hearing screenings on Queensland babies.

3 March 2022 |

Forty-four graduate nurses boost the team caring for Queensland’s sickest kids

Forty-four new graduate registered nurses have started work at the Queensland Children’s Hospital as part of Children's Health Queensland's twice-yearly intake under its Graduate Registered Nurse Program.

28 February 2022 |

Specialist team retrieves 5000th child in need of life-saving care

The Children’s Health Queensland Retrieval Service team has safely transported its 5,000th young patient in need of urgent specialist paediatric care.

12 November 2021 |
Last updated: 27 June 2017
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