CQ Health

Cardiac Rehabilitation program helps Biloela patients

When Jim Handley felt breathless and a tightening in his jaw he had no idea he was suffering a heart attack.

CQ Health moves to stable executive leadership

Two executive appointments will help build a stable leadership team at Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service.

Vaccines offered free through schools

All Year 7 students are eligible for free vaccines as part of the Queensland School Immunisation Program. Dr Kerryn Coleman, Director of the Central Queensland Public Health Unit, urged parents to chase up their children’s consent form early in the year to enable their children to participate.

Vaccines offered free through schools

All Year 7 students are eligible for free vaccines as part of the Queensland School Immunisation Program. Dr Kerryn Coleman, Director of the Central Queensland Public Health Unit, urged parents to chase up their children’s consent form early in the year to enable their children to participate.

New Chief Executive for Central Queensland Health

Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service’s new Chief Executive Steve Williamson will move from the United Kingdom and start work early in the new year. Board Chair Paul Bell said Mr Williamson was well suited to the position, with wide experience in health management in the UK’s National Health Service.

CQ Health Annual Report spells out strong performance

Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service posted a strong performance in the past financial year, as highlighted in its 2015-16 Annual Report, tabled in Parliament today. Board Chair Paul Bell said the service provided access to new, improved and life-saving services, delivered on time by more staff from new facilities, resulting in better health outcomes for Central Queenslanders.

Health Service chief resigns

Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service Chief Executive Len Richards has resigned to take up the position of Deputy Chief Executive (Deputy Director-General) in South Australia Health, Board Chair Charles Ware said yesterday.

Health service presents Australia Day awards

Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service has recognised outstanding staff with Australia Day Awards. Chief Executive Len Richards said the awards were presented to staff who were role models and had made an outstanding contribution to achieving the health service’s vision of changing lives for the better, and its core values of care, commitment, integrity and respect.

Health boss reflects on a successful year

Central Queenslanders have access to a growing number of health services locally, thanks to plenty of hard work and innovative thinking at Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service. Chief Executive Len Richards is celebrating two years with the service, and before heading off on a Christmas break with family he reflected on some of this year’s achievements.

A new partnership to improve access for cancer patients in Central Queensland

Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service will provide local radiotherapy services for the first time from mid-next year, thanks to a partnership with world-class provider GenesisCare.

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