Gold Coast Health News
The latest news at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.
Young women looking to get an edge in technology attended a three-day Artificial Intelligence (AI) camp at Gold Coast University Hospital last weekend.
When the Gold Coast University Hospital welcomed its first patients five years ago, the move from the old Gold Coast Hospital was considered the biggest planned hospital move in Australia’s history, with 219 patients transferred by ambulance with military-like precision across two days.
Gold Coast’s Public Health Unit has launched a campaign to lift the city’s childhood immunisation rates.
Gold Coast Health will continue to deliver its current homecare services to the community beyond September 2019.
As one of the top three tertiary hospitals in Australia for organ donation, Gold Coast University Hospital was a fitting finishing point for an 82km ride promoting organ donation ahead of the 16th Australian Transplant Games.
More than 100 potential bone marrow donors will join the national registry today as Gold Coast Health celebrates an international campaign to raise awareness of the importance of marrow donors.
The Gold Coast Public Health Unit has confirmed a number of cases of whooping cough at a Gold Coast school.
Cancer Nurse Consultant Debbie Farrell knew she wanted to work with Oncology patients in her Graduate year.
A $20 million facelift is set to transform Robina Hospital into a more modern and digital-ready health facility.
Young Gold Coasters are among the latest to benefit from a Gold Coast Health service bringing in-hospital healthcare to patients at home or school.