ANZAC Day Dawn Service
Apr 05, 2018
Greenslopes Private Hospital is holding its traditional ANZAC Day Dawn Service at 5:30am on Wednesday 25 April 2018.
Greenslopes Private Hospital CEO becomes CEW scholar
Apr 04, 2018
The CEO of Greenslopes Private Hospital is the first Queenslander to win a prestigious scholarship to MIT Sloan in the USA through the renowned Chief Executive Women scholars program.
Let the Games begin!
Apr 04, 2018
Doctors and nurses from Greenslopes Private Hospital’s emergency department are preparing for a potential rise in sporting injuries among people trying to emulate their Commonwealth Games heroes.
Raising a toddler with Down Syndrome
Mar 21, 2018
Article by Jessica Eedy, who works at Greenslopes Private Hospital for the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation:
New gender statistics for International Women's Day
Mar 07, 2018
New statistics show women make up 79 per cent of the workforce at Greenslopes Private Hospital, giving staff extra reason to celebrate International Women’s Day on Thursday 8 March 2018.
Think Teal: Raising Awareness of Ovarian Cancer
Feb 22, 2018
As part of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Head of Gynaecology, A/Prof Russell Land, has spoken about early warning signs, promising new research, and how to support someone with a diagnosis.
5,000 babies born at Greenslopes
Feb 15, 2018
More than 5,000 babies have been born at Greenslopes Private Hospital within five years of its first-class maternity service opening.
Valentine's Day Heart Health
Feb 14, 2018
Valentine’s Day romantics should try to limit their alcohol and chocolate intake on February 14th to help keep their hearts healthy, according to a cardiologist at Greenslopes Private Hospital.
Cancer Wellness Program
Feb 04, 2018
Cancer patients and their carers can receive practical and emotional support in 2018 through the Cancer Wellness Program, which will soon mark its first anniversary at Greenslopes Private Hospital.
Mental health initiative to help veterans
Feb 02, 2018
Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation, which is based at Greenslopes Private Hospital, will be one of the first groups to receive funding through a new $1 million mental health initiative.