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Gold Coast Health News

The latest news at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.

Gold Coast Health staff compete to make their blood count

Gold Coast Health staff are competing with thousands of medical workers to give the most blood in an Australian Red Cross Blood Service challenge.

Gold Coast’s ‘largest restaurant’ put to the taste test

Gold Coast University Hospital’s (GCUH) patient food was put to the taste test during a luncheon attended by Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services Steven Miles, community representatives, hospital staff and media.

Crazy socks promote serious health message

Health professionals across Gold Coast Health are wearing odd, silly and colourful socks to support the mental health and wellbeing of their colleagues today.

Keep hospital emergency for emergencies

Gold Coasters with non-life-threatening conditions are being urged to consider other options for medical care instead of going to public hospital emergency departments.

Gold Coast Health inspires women to pursue STEM careers in healthcare

Gold Coast Health is empowering young women to play a crucial role in healthcare innovation using artificial intelligence (AI) to transform the way hospitals deliver healthcare.

Weekend clinics a boost for Gold Coast flu vaccination

Gold Coast Health is prepared for another strong turnout to its next weekend flu vaccine clinic.

Taking care to Gold Coast palliative patients

An online patient consulting initiative has made a difference to hundreds of Gold Coasters in need of Palliative Care in a little more than 12 months.

Gold Coast Health Board welcomes new member

The Gold Coast Health Board will undergo a change from 18 May as a founding member departs and a new face arrives.

Health workers help fight Domestic Violence with knowledge

Hundreds of Gold Coast health workers are better informed about Domestic and Family Violence after volunteering to get educated on the issue.

Outstanding nurses and midwives awarded

Gold Coast Health’s stand-out nurses and midwives have been awarded for the difference they make to thousands of patients as part of the health service’s International Nurses and Midwives Day celebrations.