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A number of Wide Bay patients requiring public urological care may no longer have to travel to Brisbane for treatment, thanks to an agreement between Mater Private ...
Mater Clinical Trial Coordinator Georgie Huggett spent more than 10 years working in palliative care oncology before accepting what was supposed to be a temporary ...
A tiny Toowoomba baby born more than three months early weighing less than a tub of butter has defied the odds, making Mother’s Day extra special for first time mum Emma.
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.
Meet Adi Adams; mother of two, grandmother to three and carer to thousands of Mackay residents each year.
Mater Private Hospital Rockhampton’s newest Nurse Unit Manager is stepping into the role with 25 years of experience – and on International Nurses Day (Friday 12 May ...
It was a passion for caring for those who she saw injured alongside her in the Defence Force that made Townsville’s Lauren McMillan swap the front lines of the army ...
Mater nurse Alison Tritton has always known that her colleagues are special people.
But it was only when she was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer that she ...
Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg might not be the biggest hospital – but it has one of the best nursing teams in Queensland.
For Mater Research Clinical Trials Nurse Donna Harvey, finding the answers to unanswered questions is what drew her to working in oncology research.
Queensland couple Jasmine and Bevan will never forget the heartbreaking day they left hospital without their precious baby boy Archie.
Working as a midwife takes Jessika Bainbridge on a different emotional journey every day – but she wouldn’t change it for the world.
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