ATSICHS Brisbane Jimbelunga IYHS

New hub improving outcomes for Indigenous mums and their bubs

The Minister for Health, Hon Cameron Dick, hosted a ceremony to mark the opening of the Salisbury Mums & Bubs Hub – a community hub offering services to improve the health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and their babies. The Hub was established with the help of $3 million funding provided by […]

Young, Black & Deadly Scholarship winners announced

Congratulations to the five students who have been announced as the successful recipients of the inaugural Young, Black and Deadly Scholarships. Here’s a bit more about them. Arabella Walker  (pictured above) Arabella is a dancer and the thing she is most passionate about in life is dance. She has been dancing for 12 years with […]

Movember health check shirts now available in all our clinics!

Have you had a health recently? November is a great month to come on in to one of our clinics and get one of these deadly Movember shirts.  Find a clinic near you What is Movember? Movember is a time when we raise awareness of and talk about men’s health. Participating in Movember supports our […]

Baby massage course: big smiles all round

Over the past three weeks a group of young mums have been coming together with their gorgeous bubbas at our Woolloongabba clinic to learn the art of baby massage. Our very own Robin Day, a midwife and child health nurse,  recently became a qualified baby massage instructor and offered this three week course free of […]

2016 Murri Rugby League Carnival | Want your team to be sponsored?

The Arthur Beetson Foundation has announced the 2016 Deadly Choices Arthur Beetson Foundation Murri Rugby League Carnival will take place at Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe, from September 21-24. The carnival is renowned for showcasing outstanding Indigenous rugby league talent with teams from the Gold Coast in the south east to Badu Island in Torres Strait traveling […]

Queensland Poetry Festival

We are very proud to be supporting the 2016 Queensland Poetry Festival (QPF). This year for the first time there is an Indigenous program with the first ever Indigenous Poet in Residence Sam Wagan Watson & the inaugural Oodgeroo Noonuccal Indigenous Poetry Prize – the first award named after one of QLD’s greatest Aboriginal artists. […]

Winners are grinners!

Have you heard the news! ATSICHS Brisbane recently won the Consumer Engagement Award in the National Australian General Practice Accreditation Ltd (AGPAL) & QIP’s Excellence Awards. We were also runners up in the Aboriginal Medical Service of the Year category. Melita Parker and Vicki Saylor from our Quality Team were there to collect the award. […]