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Christel Davies feared her unborn twins might not survive her pregnancy – but yesterday (Monday) her miracle girls Evie and Zoe have started school for the first time ...
Two brave buddies who have both defied the odds – one diagnosed with cancer aged one and the other born 11 weeks premature – are gearing up for their first day of ...
An innovative new Mater Health service is helping GPs respond to the growing need to access specialist health services in remote and regional Queensland.
Rockhampton’s Karen Messmer was born 15 weeks early and with a hole in her heart, weighing a tiny 825 grams and given little chance of surviving.
Ipswich mother-of-six is Chantelle Anderson is gearing up for an action-packed New Year’s Day at home with her ‘miracle’ triplets Matthew, Locklyn and Charlie, who ...
A new Mater project to help new parents in remote and regional Queensland communities struggling with their mental health has been given a $750,000 funding kick start.
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane staff have rallied to lessen the load for domestic violence survivors on Christmas Day, donating food vouchers, toys, clothes and ...
Mater Pathology’s ambitious plan for a fleet of drones to speed up medical testing across South-East Queensland is taking off after the project secured federal funding.
Mater Private Hospital Redland’s longest-serving volunteer says the friendships she has made with staff and fellow volunteers has contributed to her ongoing service.
North Queensland patients recovering from heart procedures are now able to access rehabilitation care and monitoring from home, no matter where in the region they live.
English-born Brisbane Roar defender Jack Hingert is living his best life on the couch – “taking on night shifts” with newborn son Billy while enjoying every moment of ...
The investment will allow a sixth perioperative theatre to be added to the hospital’s suite of theatres, where more than 12,000 procedures are performed each year.
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