We are an iconic provider of hospital-based healthcare, striving to deliver an exceptional standard of care
We comprise several hospitals, health centres, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute
We are a nationally accredited, hospital-based Registered Training Organisation - the only one of its kind in Queensland
We are part of a collaborative research institute with The University of Queensland and founding partner of the Translational Research Institute
You can play a vital role in keeping Mater at the forefront of healthcare, education and research
A little luxury for mums who want to go home sooner
Dedicated to young adults aged 16 to 25
Clinically proven mother and baby care products developed by midwives and mums
As a Catholic not-for-profit ministry of Mercy Partners, Mater Group brings together our collective expertise and resources across health, education and research to help you make better choices about your health, every day.
Through our extensive network of hospitals, health centres and related businesses, a nationally accredited education provider, a world-class medical research institute and philanthropic support, we’re working together to improve the health of our community.
The Sisters of Mercy built Mater on a foundation of collaboration and a shared vision as a Catholic ministry to meet unmet community need.
This approach has shaped and inspired us for more than a century, but while that vision continues, how we deliver our services has changed. We have evolved and now serve our community in ways which may not be so well known.
Here we highlight different areas of Mater and how we are building on our history of care to enhance and extend beyond the hospital services we’re known for, working together to improve the health of our community.
Thousands of passionate people are employed across Mater and each and every one of them brings together a high level of skill, integrity and compassion to their role. While Mater People hold unique skills and attributes, they have one important thing in common—they have genuine care and compassion for others.
Meet our people
Mater is a ministry of Mercy Partners
Some of the smallest people at Mater are learning how to make a big impact on the environment through a unique hands on learning program.
Shaun Lacey has been working in aged care for 25 years and shares his passion for the industry and why he loves helping students prepare for a rewarding career.
Mater Researcher Dr Felicity Davis has been awarded one of two $50,000 Metcalf Prizes from the National Stem Cell Foundation of Australia
As a self-described “jack of all trades", Darlene spent over 30 years working in accounting, administration, pathology and even patchwork and quilting. Despite her ...