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A tiny baby boy who spent five months fighting for his life in a Mater neonatal unit after being born 17 weeks early is now home in time for his very first Christmas.
One of the tiniest Mater Mothers babies of 2023 will be reunited with his twin brother on Christmas Day in the hospital’s Neonatal Critical Care Unit.
A young couple have celebrated their wedding next to the cot of their precious baby daughter in a neonatal unit.
Mater Mothers' Private Brisbane Clinical Midwife Rachel Cook has taken inspiration from the expectant mothers around her, mixing her career and hobby to line the ...
Mater midwife Melina Connors has been named Midwife of the Year by the Australian College of Midwives for her outstanding work in improving Aboriginal and Torres ...
The life of a tiny baby born two months early with a potentially deadly heart defect has been saved thanks to doctors at four major Queensland hospitals.
Fifty new Queenslanders have been welcomed to the world in one of the busiest-ever 24 hours at Mater Mothers’ hospitals.
A unique South East Queensland birthing initiative has made significant inroads in closing the gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and their babies, ...
Pregnant women with diabetes will be able to enjoy midwifery-led care for the first time thanks to an Australian-first model of care being launched by Mater Mothers ...
Brisbane Broncos winger Jordan Pereira is looking forward to an unforgettable first Father’s Day with his newborn daughter Lara.
A baby boy born weighing less than a tub of butter and born 13 weeks early will spend Father’s Day in hospital in the arms of proud father-of-four John Macfarlane.
Hundreds of unborn babies with life-threatening heart conditions like Matilda Guy are being given a chance of survival thanks to a specialist cardiology team at the ...
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