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The life of a tiny baby born two months early with a potentially deadly heart defect has been saved thanks to doctors at four major Queensland hospitals.
Fifty new Queenslanders have been welcomed to the world in one of the busiest-ever 24 hours at Mater Mothers’ hospitals.
The Ron Camm Bridge and Caneland Shopping Centre were still plans on a page when Kathy Watt first became part of the Mater family in Mackay.
Learning to walk is a special moment for any toddler, but it was a giant step for Ayla Johanson.
Barely two hours after accepting an award for her exceptional commitment to compassionate care, midwife Bernadette Peoples was by a mother’s side, helping to deliver ...
A much-loved Redlands City surgical nurse and mum of three has been recognised for providing care and comfort to patients for 15 years at Mater.
A Sister of Mercy who arrived in Townsville in 1973 with only a motor scooter and a passion for helping others celebrated both her 70th birthday and 50th anniversary ...
A Queensland brain surgeon is winning over whisky lovers across Australia after deciding to produce his very own ‘surgical spirit’ at a boutique Brisbane distillery.
Mater has launched a new after-hours medical testing service in Ipswich to help busy families and shift workers stay on top of their health.
A unique South East Queensland birthing initiative has made significant inroads in closing the gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and their babies, ...
A baby boy born weighing less than a tub of butter and born 13 weeks early will spend Father’s Day in hospital in the arms of proud father-of-four John Macfarlane.
Hundreds of unborn babies with life-threatening heart conditions like Matilda Guy are being given a chance of survival thanks to a specialist cardiology team at the ...
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