Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is one of three tertiary level facilities in Queensland, providing care in all major adult specialties, with the exception of obstetrics. It is one of Australia's leading academic and research health centres. The Princess Alexandra Hospital provides services including; Alcohol and Drug Assessment Unit, Allergy Clinic, Cardiology Clinic, Dermatology Clinic, Diabetes Clinic, Endocrinology Clinic, Gastroenterology Services, Geriatric Medicine Services, Haematological Services, Hepatology Services, Infectious Disease Services Medical Oncology Clinic, Nephrology Clinic, Neurology Clinic, Oncology Services Palliative Care Clinic, Podiatry Clinic, Radiation Oncology Clinic, Respiratory Clinic Rheumatology Clinic, Sexual Health Clinic, Sleep Disorders Clinic, Surgical Services, Urology Clinic
Public Hospital - Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is one of three tertiary level facilities in Queensland, providing care in all major adult specialties, with the exception of obstetrics. It is one of Australia's leading teaching and research hospitals.
Services we provide:
The PAH provides acute medical, surgical, mental health, cancer, rehabilitation and allied health services as well as statewide services - including the Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service, Queensland Amputee Limb Service, Spinal Outreach Team and the Transitional Rehabilitation Program.
The PAH is nationally recognised for its expertise in spinal injury management and is a major transplantation centre for livers, kidneys, bone, cartilage, and corneas.
The hospital has responsibility for the management of the Queensland Liver Transplant Service, Queensland Eye Bank and the Queensland Bone Bank.
It also houses one of the major Pathology Queensland services.
The PAH is a high level trauma facility including the states trauma referral service, a road accident response service and a major trauma retrieval service managed by the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit. PAH has a new Emergency Department which has doubled the capacity in this integral area of service.
The PAH plays a lead role in medical research, undertaking research programs with affiliated universities.
The PA Foundation, which is situated on the hospital campus, is dedicated to fundraising to support PAH research activities.