We are an iconic provider of hospital-based healthcare, striving to deliver an exceptional standard of care
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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Queensland surgeons have saved the life of premature baby boy Noah O’Brien after successfully performing emergency surgery on his tiny body when his bowel perforated ...
Tiny Queensland twins Harvey and Evelyn have made a dramatic entrance to the world – after they both were born in the back of an ambulance on the way to Mater Mothers ...
Mater doctors have saved the life of a premature baby girl after successfully removing a two- kilogram tumour from a tiny newborn’s spine.
A baby born at just 24 weeks is thriving at Mater Mothers’ Hospital after a 4000km mercy dash was made across Australia to deliver an emergency supply of his mother’s ...
The smallest and most premature baby born at Mater Mothers’ Hospital at South Brisbane last year has celebrated her first Father’s Day with proud dad Benjamin Walsh — ...
This Father’s Day was extra special for Brisbane Lions captain Dayne Zorko, with newborn daughter Giselle adding to the celebrations.
When Queensland toddler Donald Dolan-Roth was just hours old he suffered a stroke which left his parents Olivia and Kyle Dolan-Roth fearing the worst.
Mater Women’s Health Physiotherapist Megan Newell is about to embark on her first missionary effort to support women in need and the clinicians caring for them.
Neonatal Physiotherapist Catherine Bagley has quietly changed the world for children with disability not just in Australia, but world-wide, throughout her 50-year career.
Growing up in regional Queensland, Jonathon Heeley was better known as the ‘Coke can kid’.
Brisbane Lions partners Emma MacNeill and Emilie Morival-Gaier have taken a mark and kicked a goal their leading men will never be able to beat.
Old and unused mobile phones are being repurposed to help save the lives of women at risk of domestic violence, thanks to a new pilot program at Mater.