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
Mater works with an extensive range of contractors and suppliers of goods, services and equipment. Alongside our growing network of procurement partnerships — where transparency, sustainability and social responsibility are key — Mater delivers on its vision of providing access to world-class health services and information.
We expect our suppliers and contractors who conduct business with Mater to share our Values and to comply with Mater’s Supplier Code of Conduct.
Mater is Queensland’s largest not-for-profit hospital network with 11 hospitals, a nationally accredited education provider and world-class medical research institute.
Our vision for Mater’s future is a logical extension of our Mission; it is devised around the changing needs of our community and delivered through the continued commitment of our people.
As a Ministry of Mercy Partners, Mater collaborates to improve the health of the community.
Mater is committed to embedding ethical and sustainably responsible practices in every aspect of its business and supply chain. Our commitment extends to our suppliers and contractors as a shared and united objective. This involves:
As part of our mission to protect the vulnerable, Mater is committed to meeting social responsibility goals and expects the highest ethical practices and professional standards from its people as well as its procurement network.
This starts with suppliers and contractors investigating, identifying and mitigating modern slavery risks across their operations and supply chain, to provide Mater with a high level of confidence that they are aligned on our Values. Download and read a copy of Mater’s annual Modern Slavery Statement.
We encourage Mater’s suppliers and contractors to educate their organisations on how to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth), understand modern slavery risks, develop a relevant risk management program and implement actions.
Mater works closely and collaboratively with the Australian Catholic Anti-Slavery Taskforce, Archdiocese Sydney and as a member of the Australian Catholic Antislavery Network (ACAN) to support and assist suppliers and contractors in complying with the Modern Slavery Act (Cth) 2018.
Mater encourages suppliers and contractors to visit the ACAN e-learning site to learn more and the GRC Solutions online store to purchase relevant training resources and information to implement in your business. You can contact Mater’s Modern Slavery Liaison Officer at email@example.com for further information and guidance.
Whether you are a current Mater supplier or contractor, or you are thinking of working with Mater, our suite of standard terms and conditions, requirements and expectations governs the way we work together to ensure our partnership thrives.
Mater’s documentation for suppliers and contractors provides further information such as orders and delivery procedures, workplace health and safety, and more.
Suppliers and contractors would be invited via a tender process with Mater with this requirement included if awarded a contract.
Mater recently implemented a new financial system with new requirements for invoicing.
Mater’s vision is to empower people to live better lives through improved health and wellbeing. We are committed to working with community-focused businesses and their people to build meaningful and sustainable partnerships. You can extend your relationship with Mater to improve patient outcomes by partnering with Mater Foundation.