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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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To recognise International Pathology Day, we stepped inside what it has really been like for our Mater Pathology teams throughout COVID-19.
Mater at Home's balance classes are evidence-based, proven to reduce your risk of falls.
Mater at Home has continued to evolve; but our core Mater Values and team spirit have remained steadfast since day one.
Research has demonstrated a long standing relationship between chronic medical conditions and anxiety or other related mental health disorders which can worsen the ...
To simplify testing and ensure that patients with compatible symptoms are tested for COVID-19, Mater Pathology has updated the Respiratory Virus Panel to routinely ...
The team at Mater Pathology’s Microbiology Laboratory are making moves to see greater automation and advanced technology make a difference to the speed at which ...
For the estimated 145 000 Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer this year, living through the COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges.
In response to increases in Telehealth medicine, Mater Pathology offers clinicians and patients multiple options to coordinate any required testing.
As one of the few labs in Queensland conducting COVID-19 testing for the state, Mater’s Cellular Molecular Diagnostics (CMD) team have been undertaking a momentous ...
For the past 16 years Mater Early Learning has been committed to the education, care and safety of children.
Testing for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is available through Mater Pathology.
February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month held to educate people on the disease as it is still one of the deadliest women’s cancers. Every day in Australia, four ...
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