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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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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.
Homemade craft packs are helping to bring joy to mums on bed rest and long-stay patients at Mater Mothers’ Hospital, thanks to the kindness of a grieving Queensland ...
A tiny Queensland baby girl will be given extra cuddles this Easter in hospital.
For the first time in four years, a set of quadruplets has been welcomed into the world at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in South Brisbane.
A mum who gave birth to a premature baby on the Centenary Highway has thanked the Mater midwife who guided her through the delivery by phone – and saved her daughter ...
When Ipswich mum Erika was warned her tiny premature baby boy had only a “slim chance of surviving”, she never gave up hope.
English-born Brisbane Roar defender Jack Hingert is living his best life on the couch – “taking on night shifts” with newborn son Billy while enjoying every moment of ...
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 ...
Mary-Anne is one of many women among us who are strong, capable and loving—but whose mental health can be profoundly affected by pregnancy and birth.
Today is International Midwives’ Day – a day when Mater recognises the extraordinary work and commitment of our hundreds of midwives.
Delaying cutting the umbilical cord on premature newborns is improving survival rates of babies born before full term, according to neonatal specialists at Australia ...