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Meet the first round of 2017 Young, Black and Deadly scholarship winners

Recently, we invited our scholarship winners and their families to an afternoon tea at our Woolloongabba clinic. For those scholarships winners and their families who could attend, it was a great opportunity to award the scholarship winners with a cheque, a picture of them with their families and the opportunity for our CEO and Board […]

Treatment just got easier for hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a highly infectious virus carried in the blood that can make a person seriously ill. It can cause scarring of the liver and liver cancer. In some cases, it can result in death. For the majority of people, hepatitis C is a life-long condition if not treated – but treatment is available. If you have done any of […]

A boost in Logan health services for our community

As NAIDOC Week was celebrated nationwide, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Loganlea can also celebrate access to health treatment closer to home with the opening of a new primary healthcare clinic. The clinic was opened by Health and Ambulance Services Minister Cameron Dick opened on 5 July. “The Loganlea community will benefit greatly from this […]

Say hi to our trainee Tamika!

Tamika is a proud Gureng Gureng & Iman woman. She’s currently working as a medical reception trainee at our Woolloongabba clinic. After being in hospitality for years after finishing school she wanted to try something totally new that could lead into a career. Our medical reception traineeship program was established to provide support and professional […]

Walking the bay more than just exercise for the Shorncliffe Shufflers

Joe Malone our Community Liaison Officer at our Northgate clinic talks about their walking group – the Shorncliffe Shufflers. The group is “more than just walking”, with general health checks and healthy food offered as part of the weekly meet-up. Team leaders cook a meal after walking. Before walking, an Aboriginal health worker takes the […]