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Queensland hospitals better off under Labor

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 11 May at 9:30am
Queensland hospitals would receive vital funding under a Shorten Labor Government with a commitment to invest an extra $2.8 billion in Australia’s public hospitals, fully reversing the Turnbull Government’s funding cuts.

Fire and Emergency Services Minister opens $13 million joint facility in Bundaberg

Minister for Fire and Emergency Services | The Honourable Craig Crawford | 10 May at 10:00am
Fire and Emergency Services Craig Crawford today (Thursday) officially opened a new $7.8 million QFES station, and $5.1 million QAS facility, in a major emergency services boost for the Bundaberg region.

New quit site offers a breath of fresh air

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 30 April at 10:32am
The Palaszczuk Government is helping more Queenslanders stop smoking thanks to the launch of a new one-stop online hub that will give people the tools and resources they need to quit smoking for good.

Toowoomba renal team works to Close the Gap in Cherbourg

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 27 April at 1:15pm
Toowoomba Hospital’s specialist renal team are taking their services to Cherbourg to treat people with chronic kidney disease (CKD).

What is Deb Frecklington's plan?

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 23 April at 11:12am
The LNP’s continued attack on Queensland Public Servants is proof that Deb Frecklington would embark on Campbell Newman style public service sackings, Health Minister Steven Miles said today.  “Deb Frecklington was Campbell Newman’s assistant treasurer, so she would have been par ...

Health workers in gold medal performance during Games

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 18 April at 12:08pm
The dedicated staff working on the frontline at Gold Coast Health are celebrating a gold medal performance during the Commonwealth Games today.

Queensland wins new health funding rules from Commonwealth at COAG

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 13 April at 3:34pm
The Palaszczuk Government has successfully argued for a new process for deciding hospital funding that will cut delays and provide more certainty for our hospitals.

Queensland hospitals producing clean energy as well as clean linen

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 11 April at 12:56pm
Queensland Health laundries will drive down their energy bills by $200,000 thanks to new solar panels.

Win for Queensland as Commonwealth finally clears funding backlog

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 6 April at 8:45am
The Commonwealth Government has finally agreed to pay Queensland hospitals for services they delivered as far back as 2014.

Futuristic medicine brought to life in an Australian first

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 26 March at 5:24pm
Queenslanders will be the first in the country to have access to the latest lifesaving cardiac technology thanks to a $4 million boost from the Palaszczuk Government.

Queensland Ambulance nerve-centre ready for GC2018

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 26 March at 9:33am
With the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games fast approaching, the Queensland Ambulance Service’s (QAS) coordination “nerve centre” is up and running at the organisation’s new multi-million-dollar facility.

Hi-tech detection and protection in place this flu season

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 21 March at 11:15am
New technology that diagnoses the flu faster and more accurately is being rolled out with the first of 15 machines now installed at the Gold Coast University Hospital.

Gold Coast hosts top transplant athletes

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 16 March at 2:03pm
Twenty-five of the best transplant athletes from across the country have united on the Gold Coast for the largest transplant-specific training event to ever take place in Australia.

Asbestos roofs put South East neighbourhoods at risk

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 16 March at 1:42pm
Queenslander’s are inadvertently putting their neighbour’s lives at risk by using high pressure water blasters on asbestos roofs.

Palaszczuk Government delivers on Ipswich Hospital election commitment

Premier and Minister for Trade | The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk | 12 March at 12:17pm
The Palaszczuk Government is already delivering on its Ipswich Hospital election commitment, with the announcement today of the commencement of Stage 1A of the $124.4M redevelopment.

Bicycle paramedics set to roll around Brisbane

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 8 March at 2:27pm
A new mobile and dynamic Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) team has been formed to respond to emergencies in and around Brisbane City and provide assistance during major events, festivals and celebrations.

Taking a leap of faith for Queensland mums in need

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 5 March at 9:07am
Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Steven Miles has jumped at the chance to support Queensland mothers struggling with depression by abseiling Kangaroo Point Cliffs alongside 10 high-profile Brisbane women.

Central Queensland healthcare under threat from Commonwealth

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 28 February at 1:38pm
Central Queensland could lose $39 million in health services following a Federal Government decision to refuse funding it owes to Queensland hospitals.

George Christensen says emergency departments are for non-emergencies despite the self-explanatory name.

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 26 February at 4:45pm
Queensland’s public emergency departments, already seeing record numbers of patients, may face an influx of GP presentations following ill-informed advice from a federal MP and failed Nationals leader candidate.

Gold Coast healthcare under threat from Commonwealth

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 21 February at 1:42pm
The Gold Coast could lose $97 million in health services following a Federal Government decision to refuse funding it owes to Queensland hospitals.

Wide Bay healthcare under threat from Commonwealth

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 20 February at 10:26am
Wide Bay could lose $40 million in health services following a Federal Government decision to refuse funding it owes to Queensland hospitals.

Action on Ice: the Queensland Government’s plan

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 10 February at 7:09pm
The Palaszczuk Government today announced a $105.5 million investment to address the impact of ice on Queenslanders, families and communities over five years.

Heatwave brings increased health risks to Queenslanders

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 9 February at 11:32am
Queenslanders should take precautions against dehydration and other heat-related conditions as a severe heatwave is set to hit Queensland this weekend and into next week.

Brisbane healthcare under threat from Commonwealth

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 8 February at 8:45am
Brisbane could lose $383 million in health services following a Federal Government decision to refuse funding it owes to Queensland hospitals.

Mackay healthcare under threat from Commonwealth

Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services | The Honourable Steven Miles | 2 February at 9:52am
Mackay could lose $29 million in health services following a Federal Government decision to refuse funding it owes to Queensland hospitals.