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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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Twenty-three year old Lawrence (Lorry) Cooper has had his hand successfully reattached by Mater Plastics and Reconstructive surgeons in a rare marathon seven hour ...
Australia’s first Stereotactic Electroencephalogram (SEEG) international conference has begun in Brisbane, bringing together the world’s leading epilepsy ...
This week is Queensland Mental Health Week (5-13 October) and this year’s theme is “Take time for Mental Health”.
Jayne Hegarty always knew her calling was to help people and she has done just that over her incredible 45 year career working for Mater where she has helped ...
The 24 September 2019 marks the 110th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of Mater Public Hospital.
Mater’s Parent Aide Unit has celebrated 40 years of caring for more than 1000 families through practical and compassionate volunteer support.
Mater’s Acute Stroke Enrichment Project team has developed a system to increase stroke survivor’s therapy outside of normal hours and improve brain recovery.
Mater researcher Professor Vicki Clifton and Mater Centre for Neuroscience’s Dr Lisa Gillinder have been recognised for their achievements at the 22nd annual Women in ...
From its humble beginnings in 1919, Mater Pathology was Queensland’s first hospital laboratory and established by Sister Mary Chanel, the Matron of the public hospital.
Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane now provides extra special options for mums birthing at Mater including a luxury stay at Emporium Hotel South Bank.
Mater at Home Social workers are running mindfulness workshops in the community specifically for older Australians and have found reported benefits to include both ...
In July, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer Callan Battley visited a Western Cape York community to look at the work of an Indigenous health service called Apunipima.
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