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Gold Coast Health News

The latest news at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.

Neuroradiologist wins second prestigious American award

International recognition keeps coming for Neuroradiologist Professor Sandeep Bhuta, who collaborates with other clinicians to publish research papers and promotes education to advance clinical care of head and neck cancers.


Supporting Multicultural Mental Health

Meet Millie Magada, our new Multicultural Mental Health Coordinator.


Family inspires nursing career

Amberose, 25, always looked up to his mum and admired her ability to put others first, so it was only natural that his path into nursing would be greatly influenced by his family.


Chopping the mop for prostate cancer

Canadian Grattin Cox is a medical intern who has been working as a doctor at Gold Coast University Hospital for the past seven months and more recently in our Surgical Specialties ward. He has decided to shave his head to raise awareness for prostate cancer.


Multicultural appreciation for our volunteers

Our volunteer workforce was treated to 100 meals recently from the Multicultural Social Network, to acknowledge the great work they do for Gold Coast Health.


National focus on emergency care on the Gold Coast

Gold Coast Health will host the first ever Emergency Care Research Symposium in August, continuing to harness innovation to drive the best possible care for the community.


Organ donation gives life

This July and August, Gold Coast Health is joining the race to encourage 100,000 more Australians to register as organ and tissue donors.


Saving patients remotely with new technology

Remote Patient Monitoring of cardiac patients is helping clinicians at Gold Coast Health to manage their patient’s health conditions proactively and call patients in for treatment if issues are detected.


Short-term change of scenery for sexual health nurse delivers rural benefit

Passionate sexual health nurse Bernard Longbottom has taken his expertise to the remote community of Doomadgee to help reduce the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections among young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


Nursing is in the blood

For mum and daughter duo Lucy Wooles and Janet Reinbold, nursing is well and truly in the blood, as the family profession spans three generations.