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“It’s more like a calling. Great nurses are born.”
A lifesaving heart and lung transplant could be the only option left for a young Queensland law student born with multiple heart defects.
A partnership between Mater and Queensland Ballet is developing tailor-made standing and seated dance classes for people in the community.
The treatment of infectious diseases has come a long way throughout the past 100 years, but one thing remains the same.
Mater Pathology Kenmore has moved to Suite 8, 2081 Moggil Road, Kenmore.
A long way from her home in Malaysia, medical intern Dr Michelle Chiam is celebrating National Doctors' Day in her new-found home of North Queensland.
Mater is proud to welcome neurologist, epileptologist and medical researcher Professor Aileen McGonigal as our new Director of Epilepsy Unit and a Mater Research ...
When young people with Down Syndrome develop the rare but debilitating condition Catatonia and Acute Regression it is devastating for them and their families - but ...
Mater is shining a spotlight on one of the busiest sectors in our organisation – hospitality.
It's National Close the Gap today, a significant day for the community and all of us at Mater.
A Brisbane mother who struggled to fall pregnant for years is urging other women not to dismiss painful periods or back pain and to seek medical advice.
A ‘singing surgeon’ is bringing joy and laughter to patients at Mater Hospital Brisbane, many of whom have been impacted by South East Queensland’s devastating floods.
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