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About us

Princess Alexandra Hospital is a tertiary health care centre, providing care in most major adult specialties. We are nationally recognised for our expertise in trauma management and organ transplants. We are one of Australia’s leading academic and research health centres.

Contact and location

Address: 
199 Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba - view on map
Phone: 
(07) 3176 2111
Visiting hours: 
TEST 3 Metro South Health hospitals and aged care facilities will not be accepting visitors at this time due to recent COVID-19 cases in the community. This is for the health and safety of our patients, staff and community. Exceptions can be provided for patients in palliative care, neonatal care and Intensive Care in some circumstances. Please make contact with your loved one’s ward so that details can be arranged for specific cases. Thank you for your understanding.

Latest news

Nurse Navigators behind improved elderly patient model of care

Aged care residents presenting to Metro South Health hospitals for complex needs are being supported through a unique demand management program known as CARE-PACT, facilitated by dedicated Nurse Navigators based at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Simulator gives clinicians second sight in fight against eye disease

PA Hospital's Division of Surgery has recently procured a new eye simulator that will give clinicians the opportunity to learn and improve surgical techniques in a low risk setting before operating on patients’ own eyes.

Answer to living with COVID-19 may come in pill form

Princess Alexandra Hospital has been announced as a research partner in a new clinical trial to see if immune-boosting pills can protect healthcare workers (HCWs) from COVID-19.

PAH Nurses returned from VIC deployment

Vic COVID-19 screening odyssey ends for PAH nurses

Chloe Kiely, Danilo Derain and Lauchlan West and seven of their Permanent Nurse Pool colleagues have returned to their regular nursing roles at Princess Alexandra Hospital after a four-week deployment to Victoria to support COVID-19 screening efforts.