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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
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After a decade of bringing smiles to hundreds of patients at Mater Hospital Brisbane, much-loved therapy dog Ruby is ready to hang up her lead.
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane staff have rallied to lessen the load for domestic violence survivors on Christmas Day, donating food vouchers, toys, clothes and ...
Students at Cannon Hill Anglican College have been busy sewing bees, making hundreds of breast care cushions to help Mater hospital breast cancer patients recover ...
A Brisbane triathlete is now in her own race for life after she was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer.
Six months after receiving a devastating stage 1 breast cancer diagnosis, Arnika Kefu is winning her fight against the disease – thanks to treatment at Mater and the ...
The long-lasting impact of school closures and lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to affect Queensland youth, with a 40 per cent increase in ...
Queensland woman Kelsie Dummètt is in the fight of her life against melanoma, and Mater Researchers are working to develop an immunotherapy to help patients like her.
When Queensland mum Debb Stevens looks at her daughter Daisy, she knows there’s a long road ahead to helping her live a happy life like other children her age.
Summit Fleet Leasing has been helping keep Mater moving and aiding in the compassionate care of our most vulnerable patients for almost 25 years.
Walking the halls of Mater Hospital Brisbane, chances are you've met Daniel and Joanna Schilk.
Four friends who have collectively volunteered for more than 45 years at Mater are encouraging others to get connected and give back to their community.
When Queensland musician and fitness influencer Shelley Bishop received the shocking news she had cancer, it was her friend, Australian pop princess Delta Goodrem ...
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