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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A birthing program established by Mater and two other health organisations in South East Queensland, has almost halved the risk of preterm birth rates for Aboriginal ...
Mater’s Adult Outpatient Clinics recently farewelled much-loved and highly-respected Enrolled Nurse Lorraine Walker after 54 years at Mater.
Today is World Delirium Awareness Day and the Medical/Chronic stream are working hard to inspire positive action and awareness.
Afternoon coffees were had by Mater Health Executive in preparation for late night wanders across the South Brisbane campus to chat to night staff.
The 2019 RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run on Sunday 3 March and participating Mater People have been ramping up their fundraising efforts to support women with ...
Mater Research—University of Queensland (MRI—UQ) Acting Director Professor Maher Gandhi has been awarded $3.6 million to improve treatment for relapsed lymphoma patients.
Shadow Attorney General Mark Dreyfus recently visited Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane to find out more about the Health Advisory Legal Clinic, an innovative ...
Parents Sally and Lewis were shocked to learn newborn Olivia was Mater Mothers’ Hospitals 10 000th baby for 2018.
This week Mater is celebrating the highly-skilled nurse practitioners at Mater who are transforming healthcare and the lives of their patients every day, as part of ...
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.
Sarah Boyle was desperate to find help for her young daughter Elka who was born at 25 weeks, weighing just 486g, and had a feeding tube from birth.
Young diabetes patients who need regular appointments are seen by a range of specialists and often face waiting times at their clinic now have access to an ...