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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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When Black River mum Lani Webb's fourth baby suffered a stroke post-birth, she knew that one day she wanted to become a nurse.
An Ayr woman is proving anyone has time to study, completing her Diploma of Nursing through Mater Private Hospital Townsville with seven children at home.
Mater Education graduates take up Occupational Therapy Assistant roles at Mater Hospitals.
Mater Education Corporate Learning and Organisational Development Manager Jo Griffin has been recognised by Catholic Health Australia (CHA) as an ‘emerging leader ...
Ingham teenager Stevie Barrett almost died in 2018 after a horror quad bike accident. This week she graduated as an Enrolled Nurse through Mater Education's Diploma ...
A desire to improve healthcare for Aboriginal people in North Queensland inspired Keenan Wynn to trek more than 1,000 km from his home on the Sunshine Coast to study ...
Brianna McLean swapped a life on the stage for a career as a nurse — and she has no regrets.
Mater Education nursing scholarships are helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people work in regional and remote communities, while closing the gap in the ...
Louise loved flying high as a QANTAS flight attendant but the call to be part of the solution to the current COVID-19 pandemic was too strong for her to ignore.
The 2021 Mater Foundation Betty McGrath Seeding Grants will help fund seven important research projects led by Mater People.
Mater Education Executive Director Donna Bonney has celebrated 15 years long service with Mater.
The first 19 students from Mater Education’s new Townsville Diploma of Nursing course will graduate today – helping to ease North Queensland’s shortage of enrolled ...