Gold Coast Health News
The latest news at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.
If you live on the Gold Coast, there’s a good chance you have palm trees in your garden.
The annual donation drive to buy medical equipment to help sick children will come to a close on Friday 23 June.
Bond University medical students at Robina Hospital are taking part in an innovative “virtual hospital” as part of an integrated healthcare simulation program.
Clinicians at Gold Coast Health have used Infant Mental Health Awareness Week to share the importance of the first 1000 days of a baby’s life – from conception to two-years-old.
14 randomly selected Gold Coast community members were brought together for two days earlier this month to deliberate on current approaches to tackling obesity.
Gold Coast residents will continue to receive quality health care and hospital treatment with a $107.3 million funding boost to Gold Coast Health as part of the 2017-18 State Budget.
Holistic care is delivering memorable results for terminally ill patients and their families who spend time in the Robina Hospital Palliative Care Unit.
A wellness initiative being developed by Gold Coast Health clinicians has attracted international interest in recent weeks.
Clinicians and staff at Gold Coast Health are wearing their boldest odd socks today to support suicide prevention among healthcare workers in Australia.
Gold Coast Health staff have received more than $200,000 to fund innovative ideas designed to improve how the health service delivers patient care.