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Townsville midwife Rebekah Forrest has seen and done most things when it comes to welcoming babies into the world.
A lifesaving heart and lung transplant could be the only option left for a young Queensland law student born with multiple heart defects.
The treatment of infectious diseases has come a long way throughout the past 100 years, but one thing remains the same.
Mater nurses on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic at Brisbane’s Mater hospital will be nourished with hearty home-cooked meals, thanks to a Brisbane café owner.
This Spine Health Awareness month, we spoke to Stephen Erceg, Physiotherapy Team Leader, about the work carried out to help patients with back pain at Mater’s Back ...
On this day 160 years ago, Mother Mary Vincent Whitty and a daring group of five Sisters of Mercy landed on Queensland shores.
The latest Mater COVID-19 pandemic updates to hospital services and FAQs tailored to our patients. Learn more about COVID-19 today.
As Mater’s Dietetics and Food Services team continues to work on providing contemporary, delicious and healthy options to patients staying in hospital, last week the ...
The team in Mater Hospital Brisbane Emergency Department have participated in an educational simulation training activity known as the “Registrar’s Revenge”.
Parents Sally and Lewis were shocked to learn newborn Olivia was Mater Mothers’ Hospitals 10 000th baby for 2018.
During the month of May Mater commemorates Bladder Cancer Awareness Month to raise awareness for the disease which is the ninth most common cancer worldwide.
Mater Hospital Brisbane has opened a High Risk Foot Service Clinic for diabetic patients with lower limb issues, coordinating vascular, orthopaedic, endocrine ...
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