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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 — ...
A Redlands father says the arrival of his newborn son Edward will make Father’s Day “extra special” this year.
When Queensland mum Debb Stevens looks at her daughter Daisy, she knows there’s a long road ahead to helping her live a happy life like other children her age.
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.
A new program at Mater Mothers’ Hospital is giving parents the skills they need to take their premature babies home sooner and with additional support.
A unique group of Mater Mother’s Hospital staff has stood in as mothers, grandmothers, friends and confidantes to maternity patients experiencing complications while ...
Helping babies enter the world was the primary reason midwives and Mater Researchers Suzanne Bates, Claire Went, Judy Macey and Alison Bolton went into healthcare.
Today is International Midwives’ Day – a day when Mater recognises the extraordinary work and commitment of our hundreds of midwives.