Queensland Health aims to provide safe, sustainable, efficient, quality and responsive health services for all Queenslanders – working together for a healthier Queensland. To achieve this we work with the community and clinicians, government and non-government partners, as a network of 178 hospitals and healthcare facilities.
In 17 hospital and health districts, we deliver a range of integrated services, including:
From 1 July 2012, Queensland Health will implement National Health Reform across the state. This will include the establishment of 17 Hospital and Health Services answering to Health and Hospital Boards. See what Health Reform will mean for Queensland.
Queensland Health has the largest health building program in Australia - delivering new and upgraded health facilities across the state in locations such as the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Cairns, Mackay, Townsville, Mount Isa and Rockhampton. Read more on Queensland Health's new hospitals and service expansions.
From large technologically advanced tertiary hospitals in our metropolitan and regional cities, to community health centres servicing rural, remote and Indigenous communities, Queensland Health offers exciting career pathways and employment opportunities for health professionals.
We offer employees competitive remuneration, benefits and incentives, career development and opportunity with outstanding support for workplace training and education within our flexible, family friendly workplaces.
Queensland Health employees share 5 core values:
Current vacancies include job opportunities across our clinical streams of medicine, nursing and midwifery, allied health, mental health and oral health as well as administrative, technical, operational, scientific and trade streams. Queensland Health also welcomes Expressions of Interest (EOI) from qualified, skilled health professionals.
We need people who want to do great things every day.