Nurses, trainees to fill Lady Cilento Hospital shortage

Nurses and trainees have been employed at Queensland’s largest children’s hospital to combat a crippling lack of qualified paediatric staff.

A spokesman for Health Minister Cameron Dick told The Courier-Mail the Lady ­Cilento Children’s Hospital had recruited nurses to begin before the end of the year.

“While recruitment is in the early stages, 15 nurses will start before the end of the year and 36 new graduate nurses will start in February,” he said… Read More>>

Original article written by Rhian Deutrom and published in The Courier Mail

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