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Queensland Health is a department of the Government of Queensland which operates and administers the state's public health system. The Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Hon Dr Steven Miles is responsible for the department, which consists of the Department of Health and 16 Hospital and Health Services. Queensland Health had 83,700 employees and a budget of $18.3 billion (2018–2019).

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  • Queensland Health is a department of the Government of Queensland which operates and administers the state's public health system. The Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Hon Dr Steven Miles is responsible for the department, which consists of the Department of Health and 16 Hospital and Health Services. Queensland Health had 83,700 employees and a budget of $18.3 billion (2018–2019).
  • Queensland Health is a ministerial department of the Queensland Government responsible for operating Queensland's public health system. The Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Dr Steven Miles is responsible for the department, which consists of Queensland Health proper, and 16 Hospital and Health Services. Queensland Health had 83,700 employees and a budget of A$18.3 billion (2018–2019).
  • Queensland Health is a ministerial department of the Queensland Government responsible for operating the state's public health system and is one of the oldest government departments. The minister for health and ambulance services has overall responsibility for the department, while the director-general and chief health officer manage day-to-day operational and clinical activities. Queensland Health includes the department proper, 16 local Hospital and Health Services throughout Queensland, and a range of related foundations and authorities. The department employs over 90,000 staff and has an annual operating budget of A$19.23 billion in 2019–20.
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  • Queensland Health is a department of the Government of Queensland which operates and administers the state's public health system. The Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Hon Dr Steven Miles is responsible for the department, which consists of the Department of Health and 16 Hospital and Health Services. Queensland Health had 83,700 employees and a budget of $18.3 billion (2018–2019). In 1946 Queensland was the first state in Australia to introduce free and universal public hospital treatment, a policy later adopted by some other states. Since 1975, Australian citizens, residents and visitors may be eligible to be reimbursed for receiving health care in public hospitals across Australia, initially through the Medibank scheme, and later the Medicare scheme.
  • Queensland Health is a ministerial department of the Queensland Government responsible for operating Queensland's public health system. The Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Dr Steven Miles is responsible for the department, which consists of Queensland Health proper, and 16 Hospital and Health Services. Queensland Health had 83,700 employees and a budget of A$18.3 billion (2018–2019). In 1946 Queensland was the first state in Australia to introduce free and universal public hospital treatment, a policy later adopted by other states. Since 1975, Australian citizens and permanent residents have been eligible to essentially free health care in public hospitals across Australia, initially through the Medibank scheme, and later the Medicare scheme. For some nations where Australia has a reciprocal healthcare agreement, their citizens may have access to free acute health services in public hospitals.
  • Queensland Health is a ministerial department of the Queensland Government responsible for operating the state's public health system and is one of the oldest government departments. The minister for health and ambulance services has overall responsibility for the department, while the director-general and chief health officer manage day-to-day operational and clinical activities. Queensland Health includes the department proper, 16 local Hospital and Health Services throughout Queensland, and a range of related foundations and authorities. The department employs over 90,000 staff and has an annual operating budget of A$19.23 billion in 2019–20. On 1 January 1946, Queensland became the first state in Australia to introduce free universal public hospital treatment, a policy later adopted by other jurisdictions. Created in 1975, Medicare gives Australian citizens and permanent residents access to low or no cost health services, including doctors, medications (through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme), mental health practitioners, in both the public and private health systems. Australia has reciprocal health care agreements with 11 other nations, covering the cost of medically necessary care when Australians visit certain countries and visitors from these countries visit Australia.
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