Gold Coast Health News
The latest news at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.
Gold Coasters with limited communication are benefitting from a Queensland-first lending library of communication devices funded through the annual Gold Coast Health staff innovation awards known as The Improvers.
Gold Coast Health has been recognised as a champion of diversity and inclusion through a national campaign to encourage other employers to make their workplace more accessible for people with a disability.
Organ donation means the world to some people, especially these three women who are helping to raise public awareness during Donate Life Week.
A Delta Society Australia Therapy Dog is playing a very special role in enhancing the well-being of patients in Robina Hospital’s Palliative Care Unit.
Since I began as Chairman of the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service Board in 2012, we have gone from a regional hospital service to one of the nation’s foremost tertiary facilities.
Gold Coast’s premier public health innovation event has awarded more than half a million dollars to staff ideas which will directly improve patient care.
A story on Gold Coast Health’s Facebook page celebrating the efforts nursing staff made to fulfil one of the greatest wishes of a terminally ill inpatient at Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) has touched the hearts of thousands of Gold Coasters.
Gold Coast Health nurse Lisa Bancroft-Mitchell was among the audience to congratulate a group of at-risk teenage boys when they graduated from a Queensland Police Service mentoring program earlier this month.
Children who undergo surgery now have a calming ceiling-light show to keep them busy.
Gold Coast Health patients were the first in Australia to access cutting-edge scanning technology after the installation of $1.5 million worth of CT equipment at Gold Coast University Hospital last month.