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After feeling a large lump in her breast, Hannah Caldow, 31, looked down and prayed it was nothing sinister.
Fifty new Queenslanders have been welcomed to the world in one of the busiest-ever 24 hours at Mater Mothers’ hospitals.
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 ...
Families across Rockhampton will be able to start the new year with peace of mind, with Mater Education hosting its highly regarded First Aid for Babies course in ...
For Russell Island parents Kristy and Zachary Lohrisch, the birth of their ‘miracle’ baby boy was always going to be a day to cherish.
And the occasion was made ...
A Brisbane triathlete is now in her own race for life after she was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer.
For Thornlands great grandmother Linda Baldwin, Friday (9 September) was an extra special celebration for the stroke survivor who turned 80, and clocked up more than ...
Natalie Allan and Nathan Cranidge first met 20 years ago when they started working at Mater Private Hospital Redland and have been firm work friends ever since.
A Redlands father says the arrival of his newborn son Edward will make Father’s Day “extra special” this year.
Women in Brisbane’s bayside can now undergo complex gynaecological procedures locally at Mater Private Hospital Redland thanks to the generosity and legacy of an ...
Redland mother Ellie Grieve and her daughters are celebrating a family tradition of caring for others this International Nurses Day.
Townsville midwife Rebekah Forrest has seen and done most things when it comes to welcoming babies into the world.
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