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Queensland Children’s Hospital ranked in top 10 paediatric hospitals worldwide

QCH has ranked ninth in Newsweek’s Best Specialized Hospitals 2023 list out of 200 paediatric hospitals, moving up from number 15 in the previous year.

16 November 2022 |

Queenslanders honoured for making a difference to lives of children

A respected paediatrician and tireless advocate for abused children, and a dedicated oncology nurse and long-standing volunteer for Camp Quality have been honoured for the exceptional and enduring contribution they’ve made to improving the lives of children and young people.

24 October 2022 |

Digital PET-CT gives sick Queensland kids faster and safer access to care

The Queensland Children’s Hospital has become the first paediatric hospital in Australia to offer a dedicated digital positron emission tomography- computed tomography (PET-CT).

Cadetships help future health professionals close the gap for Queensland kids

Children’s Health Queensland has welcomed one of the state’s largest intakes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health and nursing students, boosting the cultural safety and capability of the service’s workforce.

24 March 2022 |

Unique partnership recognised for high-quality care

A pioneering partnership between Children’s Health Queensland and Mater has been recognised nationally in a Metabolic Disease Workforce White Paper for its delivery of co-ordinated, high-quality care to patients with rare metabolic disorders.

9 March 2022 |

One million Queensland newborns screened for hearing loss

Children’s Health Queensland’s long-running Healthy Hearing Program has performed one million newborn hearing screenings on Queensland babies.

3 March 2022 |
Last updated: 12 March 2019
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