Nurses With Big Hearts Attend to Your Sweethearts

Pimpama

Nurses are blessings from God

The growth of the Pimpama campus has called for a dedicated nursing team to be on hand for the students and their health needs, since the start of Term 4, 2020.

Out two nurses, Kayla Treagus and Sue Robertson are job-sharing the nurse role five days a week from 8am to 4pm.  The clinic is located at the rear of the new library building.

Kayla Treagus

Nurse Kayla

Kayla, a qualified Registered Nurse, is a past student of the Reedy Creek campus and her husband, Ps Matt, as he is known by the students, is the Head Chaplain and Pastor at the King’s Church Pimpama.  Kayla is a Mum to two young boys - a two-year-old and a seven-month-old baby.  Kayla has been nursing for six years and was working as a general practice nurse, primarily with families.  She is loving getting to know the kids in this new role.

Sue Robertson

Nurse Sue Robertson

Registered Nurse and midwife with over 20 years in neonatal intensive care, Nurse Sue has been nursing for 42 years and trained in a large paediatric hospital in Perth. Sue and her late husband, Kym, also pastored two churches in Western Australia and New Zealand. Her three boys all attended King’s Reedy Creek and graduated in 2004, 2005 and 2008.  Two of her sons have followed in their mum’s footsteps in nursing - one works for the GCUH and the other at the Robina Hospital, while her third son is a coffee professional working as a head barista trainer in New South Wales.  Sue is getting remarried in 2021 to Alan, also widowed.  She is loving being in the school environment again and any mums are welcome to come and chat with her about anything health and baby related.


If you need to update your child's medical details, you can do so through Parent Lounge or by contacting the nurses on kpcnurse@kingscollege.qld.edu.au or the clinic direct line that should be available by next week: (07) 5587 7667 

If you need assistance with your child's medical needs, please feel free to come and visit our nurses.