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Welcome to the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital

QEII Jubilee Hospital
QEII Jubilee Hospital

 

About Us

QEII Jubilee Hospital is a public hospital and part of the Metro South Hospital and Health Service.  We are located 13.8km south of the Brisbane CBD bordering Troughton and Kessels Roads in the suburb of Coopers Plains.  We are supported by local Community Health Centres at Eight Mile Plains, Mount Gravatt, Corinda, Inala and Coorparoo.

The hospital was officially opened in September 26, 1980, by the Health Minister of the time; Sir William Knox.  Since this time, the hospital has grown to become a medium-sized adult general facility providing a range of inpatient, outpatient and support services.

At QEII Jubilee Hospital, eligible Australian residents may choose to receive private or public hospital services that can both be delivered from a public hospital.  Overseas visitors from countries that have signed special agreements with Australia are entitled to emergency public hospital services, free of charge.  If you are an overseas visitor please contact Medicare to see if you qualify.


At our hospital you can access:

Parking is available free to all patients and visitors and is located at the front of the hospital building via the Troughton Road entrance.

 

Referring patients to QEII

For more information on referring patients to QEII Hospital, please refer to the Metro South GP Referral Centre.  This site contains comprehensive referral information and contact details for all specialties within Princess Alexandra Hospital, QEII Hospital, Logan Hospital and Redland Hospital.

 

Employment at QEII

If you are interested in working at QEII, check out what jobs are currently available by visiting the Work for Us website or the Queensland Government JobSeeking website.

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Last Updated: 10 October 2013
Last Reviewed: 10 October 2013