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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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When Charlotte was born via an emergency caesarean at Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane she was 15 weeks premature, unable to breathe and barely the size of a mango.
After battling their own perinatal mental health issues, two Mater Peer Support Workers are using their lived experience to support others going through similar ...
A Central Queensland paramedic who spent three months in hospital before giving birth to her healthy baby girl Eloise has thanked the medical team at Mater Mothers ...
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 ...
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 100-year-old Queensland grandmother with a passion for knitting is helping hundreds of tiny newborns keep warm at Mater Mothers’ Hospital at South Brisbane.
A Mater clinic dedicated to pregnant women with small babies is helping to prevent stillbirth and other newborn complications.
Retired Queensland Reds front-rower Albert Anae has revealed his newborn daughter Halo was the “missing piece of the puzzle” for his family.
A surgeon at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in Brisbane has saved the life of a tiny Queensland twin baby girl after he operated on her while she was still in her mum’s womb.
The 900 midwives who work at Mater Mothers all love babies – but Charmaine loves them more than most!
A tiny Queensland baby girl will be given extra cuddles this Easter in hospital.
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