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Gold Coast Health News

The latest news at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.

Measles Alert

Thursday 5th October at 9:45am

Queensland Health has issued a measles alert after a person travelled from Victoria to Brisbane and then to the Gold Coast while infectious. 


Gold Coast Health increases health care services

Friday 29th September at 1:15pm

Queensland’s fastest growing public health provider continues to expand services for the Gold Coast community.


Health staff encouraged to talk more amid pressure

Thursday 14th September at 2:15pm

Gold Coast Health is using R U OK? Day to empower staff to address stress, depression and wellbeing in the workplace and at home. 


FASD service expands with $1.37m study grant

Tuesday 12th September at 2:45pm

Care for children and their families dealing with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is to be expanded in Queensland following a $1.37m funding injection for a Griffith University project.


Emergency department staff celebrate 10 years at Robina

Thursday 31st August at 12:45am

Gold Coast Health today celebrated a decade of providing emergency care at Robina Hospital. 


Emergency staff and QAS hone response to multi-casualty incidents

Wednesday 30th August at 3:00pm

Gold Coast Health today joined with the Queensland Ambulance Service to prepare for and build capability to respond to multi-casualty incidents.


ICU staff heralded after miraculous recovery

Tuesday 22nd August at 10:00am

Earlier this year, our amazing team of doctors and nurses treated Gold Coast man Skye McLean, who cheated death following a post-surf heart attack.


Artwork helps create sacred space for birthing mums

Wednesday 16th August at 9:00am

Gold Coast Health recently unveiled new artwork in one of the Gold Coast University Hospital birth suites.


Generous Gold Coasters save lives

Thursday 3rd August at 6:15pm

Gold Coast organ and tissue donors helped save the lives of 1,448 Australian transplant recipients in 2016.


Put safety first when renovating to avoid eye trauma

Friday 28th July at 9:15am

Doctors at Gold Coast University Hospital are warning home renovators to wear protective eyewear when using machinery to avoid major eye injuries.