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Princess Alexandra Hospital

One of Australias leading teaching and research hospitals
One of Australia's leading teaching and research hospitals. More...
Working together to provide quality care for our patients
Working together to provide quality care for our patients. Careers...
Advancing the use of world-class technologies
Advancing the use of world-class technologies. More...
Magnet recognised for excellence in nursing care
Magnet announcement: PAH has been redesignated as a Magnet hospital for a third time - the only facility outside of America to receive this honour. More...
Encouraging a healthy lifestyle in the Bayside
Translating medical research into better health. More...
Information for visitors
Information for visitors: Hospitals are busy so to make your loved one's stay more restful, we have a mandatory rest period from 2-4pm on weekdays. More...

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3D printing innovation for cancer treatment

3D printing innovation for cancer treatment

6 March | Princess Alexandra Hospital

Using 3D printing technology, a PA Hospital Medical Physicist has designed an essential modification to the shielding which protects cancer patients having radiation therapy treatment.

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A lifetime of preparation for medicine

Dr Laura Panizza - a lifetime preparation for medicine

11 February | Princess Alexandra Hospital

January may have been the commencement of Laura Panizza’s first month as a doctor, but she has been preparing for the career for her entire life. The second-generation doctor started her general medicine rotation at the QEII Hospital as part of her internship with Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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Lawyer to Doctor in 2015

Lawyer to Doctor in 2015

29 January | Princess Alexandra Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital has welcomed 96 new medical interns who were successfully placed after fierce competition for places. Of these, Dr Daniel Bower, a former lawyer, has made the career change into medicine.

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Phone: (07) 3176 2111
Street and postal address:
199 Ipswich Road
Woolloongabba
QLD 4102 Australia

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Last Updated: 16 March 2015
Last Reviewed: 16 March 2015