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Mater Private Hospital Brisbane is celebrating its accreditation as a Centre of Excellence in Breast Treatment, Neurosurgery and Minimally Invasive Surgery.
A new robotic system which uses pinpoint computerised tracking to guide surgery is set to make spinal operations even safer for hundreds of Queensland patients.
Juggling a medical career and motherhood can often be challenging, but Mater neurosurgeon Amelia Jardim wouldn’t have it any other way.
Brisbane’s very own flying neurosurgeon Dr Martin Wood has been taking Mater healthcare services to new heights across Queensland amidst the global pandemic.
In a Queensland first, Mater Epilepsy Unit and Mater Research are changing the conversation in epilepsy care by appointing a dedicated speech therapist to the unit.
The first deep brain stimulation surgery in regional Australia has been successfully performed at Mater Private Hospital Townsville.
Mater Neurosciences Centre Brisbane’s team has performed 50 Stereotactic EEGs (SEEG) for epilepsy patients, a significant milestone to add to their impressive list of ...
Australia’s first Stereotactic Electroencephalogram (SEEG) international conference has begun in Brisbane, bringing together the world’s leading epilepsy ...
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane has installed Brisbane’s first 3D surgeon-controlled robotic surgical microscope in its theatres.
Mater surgeons have successfully performed Australia's first surgery using the ROSA robot, giving new hope to people with epilepsy.
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