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After feeling a large lump in her breast, Hannah Caldow, 31, looked down and prayed it was nothing sinister.
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 79-year-old Redlands woman who suffered debilitating knee pain for 15 years is back on her feet after undergoing life-changing robotic knee replacement surgery at ...
A 19-year-old Redland volunteer who was left devastated after hearing of her mum’s breast cancer diagnosis is giving back to the very hospital helping to save her life.
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 Redlands father says the arrival of his newborn son Edward will make Father’s Day “extra special” this year.
Redlands men are being urged to see their GP and request a prostate cancer blood test as soon as they hit 50.
Age is no barrier for the women behind the Mater Private Hospital Redland Auxiliary, who've raised more than $130,000 for equipment.
Throughout National Volunteer Week we are celebrating those who donate their time to the service of others.
“I want the patients to feel comfortable enough to come and talk to me."
The latest Mater COVID-19 pandemic updates to hospital services and FAQs tailored to our patients. Learn more about COVID-19 today.
Mater at Home's balance classes are evidence-based, proven to reduce your risk of falls.
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