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South East Queenslanders urged to keep safe during smoke haze

Following the deterioration of air quality in South East Queensland, the state’s Chief Health Officer is urging everyone to stay indoors for the next 24-48 hours. Source

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From bush to beach to Brisbane: new health leader vows quality care for all

Queensland Health’s new leader says it’s his mission to ensure every Queenslander enjoys access to world-class healthcare, no matter where they live. Source

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Older Queenslanders to get best healthcare out of hospital

Older Queenslanders will be supported to receive healthcare in their homes rather than going to hospital, giving them better health outcomes and quality of life thanks to a $20 million investment from the Palaszczuk Government. Source

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Leaders sought to help shape local health services

Queensland community leaders are urged to apply for upcoming Hospital and Health Board positions to help deliver high-quality public health services in their local regions. Source

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Nationwide support for Queensland patient safety and quality reporting proposal

Federal and State health ministers agreed with a proposal by Queensland Health Minister Cameron Dick at the COAG Health Council to work towards standardising patient safety and quality reporting data in all public and private hospitals. Source

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Queensland push for overhaul of nationwide patient safety reporting

All Australians would have access to patient safety and quality reporting data in all public and private hospitals under a push by Queensland Health Minister Cameron Dick to standardise the reporting across the country. Source

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$16.2M boost for North West hospital and health services

Residents in North West Queensland will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a $16.2 million funding boost to the North West Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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$5.8 million boost for South West hospital and health services

South West Queensland residents will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a $5.8 million funding boost to the South West Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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$158 million boost for Sunshine Coast hospital and health services

Sunshine Coast residents will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a $158 million funding boost to the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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Record budget for Torres and Cape hospital and health services

Torres and Cape residents will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a record budget for the Torres and Cape Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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