Mater celebrates its identity and heritage of the Sisters of Mercy in September every year, during Mercy
The House for Life—a stunning two-storey, four-bedroom house in Riverstone Crossing, Upper Coomera that has been built entirely by volunteer tradespeople—will go to public auction on Saturday 30 October with all funds raised supporting seriously ill and premature babies at Mater Mothers’ Hospitals, Brisbane.
A donation of medical equipment from Mater Health Services and football merchandise from Brisbane Roar has
helped improve the health and quality of life for the people in Uganda.
On Saturday 4 September, Mater Private Hospital Redland marked 10 years of providing the highest quality
health care services to the Bayside area.
“… a new hospital is to be built on a hill facing the cool summer breezes, and protected by the by the rising hill behind from the westerly winds.” Brisbane Telegraph, March 1908.
One hundred years ago, on 14 August 1910, the Sisters of Mercy opened a 130-bed private hospital (now known as Aubigny Place) on Mater Hill at South Brisbane.
Mater Health Services last month (July) launched a Cultural Diversity Unit aimed at furthering the organisation’s
Queensland Deputy Premier Paul Lucas officially opened the Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal Service (ADAWS) at Mater today (Thursday 29 July 2010).
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane has become the first private hospital in Australia to launch an automatic notification system for tissue donation.
“It looks so simple, but in fact, the obstacles which had to be overcome were enormous” Sister Mercia Mary
This Easter, you can help make little miracles happen, by supporting the Mater Foundation’s annual Mater Little Miracles Easter Appeal. Each and every one of the Mater’s little patients is a miracle.
In 2010, our goal is to raise a staggering $1 million to help staff continue to make little miracles happen everyday at the Mater Mothers’ and Children’s Hospitals.