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Gold Coast Health News

The latest news at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.

Fitness program enriching lives of clients with MS

Thursday 21st July at 9:45am

Gold Coast Health Multiple Sclerosis client Jo Smith is finding new strength in an innovative program which takes her out of the clinical setting and into the community.

Put Perfect: Gold Coast Health research shifting family roles in treating anorexia patients with perfectionism

Wednesday 20th July at 10:00am

“The teenagers I treat and their families are so amazing; they have so many internal resources. They’re motivation, compassion and commitment to be well and to be rid of this torturous illness keeps me passionate about my research.”

Baby boom sees GCUH heading towards 5000 annual births

Thursday 14th July at 10:15am

old Coast University Hospital (GCUH) is on track to welcome more than 5000 babies in a year for t

Langdon's mission - Board Chair wants hope for grandson

Monday 11th July at 10:30am

Almost every day for the past 16 years, Ian Langdon has wondered what the future holds for his autistic grandson, Ky.

Doctor performs small miracles at thriving hospital

Monday 11th July at 10:15am

NADA Sudhakaran’s patients are so small he had to bring his own surgical instruments when he started at the Gold Coast University Hospital in January.

Multivitamins for pregnancy - helpful or harmful?

Thursday 7th July at 10:45am

Multivitamins for women before, during and after pregnancy – are they helpful or harmful?

Gold Coast Health physiotherapist goes for Olympic gold

Wednesday 6th July at 11:00am

Gold Coast Health physiotherapist David Battersby will take a break from caring for his community to help the Australian women’s soccer team pursue Olympic gold.

Wheelchair initiative receives national exposure

Tuesday 21st June at 11:15am

This wheelchair is [symbolic] of the reason why we get into this kind of job – to help peop

CUH surgeons change Fijian teenager's life

Monday 20th June at 11:15am

A partnership between Gold Coast Health and Rotary is set to provide international children with world-class care not available in their home countries.

Beach wheelchairs to make a difference to palliative care patients

Thursday 16th June at 11:30am

For almost three years Tony Lambert has yearned to feel the ocean on his skin.