Early 2024 will mark the reopening of La Trobe Private Hospital and redevelopment of Northpark Private, including significantly expanded facilities.
The Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand and the National Association of Testing Authorities has signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly administer a new accreditation program.
The National Centre of Excellence in Intellectual Disability Health hopes to improve health outcomes for people with intellectual disability.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau advises medical transport and landing operators to ensure procedures are sufficient to mitigate the risk of rotor wash.
Researchers have outlined mixed gender hospital rooms as an area of concern, calling for single gender hospital rooms in order to protect human rights of personal security and dignity.
The Tumut Hospital redevelopment has delivered a fully integrated, modern health service to meet the current and future needs of Tumut, Gundagai, Batlow and Adelong communities in New South Wales.
The redevelopment has added two patient wards, a diagnostic cardiology unit, an updated patient admissions area, a main reception, an expanded pharmacy and a cafe.
Queensland Health and Cairns and Hinterland Hospital Health Services' $86.4 million redevelopment of the Atherton Hospital is complete, with the aging hospital infrastructure now replaced with modern facilities.
NSW Premier Chris Minns and Member for Coogee Dr Marjorie O’Neil MP joined UNSW and Plenary Health consortium partners to mark the official start of major work on the marquee development.
Australian company Icon Group has partnered with Sunsuria Healthcare to provide cancer care services and help narrow the gap in access to care in Malaysia.
Three of seven satellite hospitals across South East Queensland have commenced the provision of outpatient community-based health services across their regions.
Burnside Hospital has completed acquisition of the Sportsmed Hospital business now rebranded as Burnside Hospital Stepney.
Research published in the Internal Medicine Journal suggests that supervised exercise programs are beneficial to easing cancer-related fatigue.
The Queensland Government with Ipswich Hospital has opened a six-bed Acute Haemodialysis Unit in order to provide access to patients requiring haemodialysis treatment.