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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In six weeks, the Mater team vaccinated 2500 people in aboriginal communities, providing a major contribution to the Queensland Government’s drive to fully vaccinate 80% of the state’s population.
Providing in-home acute care and rehabilitation and delivering a range of allied health and nursing services
Offering personalised cancer care treatment programs at Brisbane, Redland and Springfield
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Using innovative ways to provide mental health treatment to young adults.
Mater Health provides compassionate healthcare in response to changing community needs. Mater hospitals have a reputation for world-leading healthcare advances. Collaborating with Mater Research and Mater Education, Mater Health strives to develop new methods, practices and techniques for better patient outcomes. This collaboration means our expert clinical team, and patients, have access to advanced and innovative approaches and resources for the management of illnesses and disease, as well as information about cutting-edge techniques in medical and surgical procedures.
Our health and wellbeing is an ongoing string of choices we all have to make every day. Beyond our hospital walls, Mater Health aims to support you in making better choices about your health, every day.
Through our network of hospitals, Mater Health provides care for some 500 000 patients each year.
Our patient's wellbeing and safety is at the centre of everything we do which is why we have procedures in place to ensure the highest quality of care is given at all times. Patients are encouraged to play an active role in their healthcare journey and we seek their feedback to ensure we continually adapt to the changing healthcare needs of the community.
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Mater works with leading private specialists, and a talented specialist team in our public hospitals. Find out more about our exceptional team and how to be referred to a Mater specialist.
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Mater hospitals have a reputation of international acclaim for world-leading healthcare advances and the individual hospitals are regularly acknowledged for their outstanding patient-centred care.
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FOR INSURED PATIENTS
Salmon Building, South Brisbane QLD 4101
07 3163 8111
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FOR NON-INSURED PATIENTS
Raymond Terrace, South Brisbane QLD 4101
07 3163 1918
76 Willetts Road, North Mackay QLD 4740
07 4965 5666
Weippin Street, Cleveland QLD 4163
07 3163 7444
Ward Street, Rockhampton QLD 4700
07 4931 3313
12-14 Oxford Street, Hyde Park QLD 4812
07 4727 4444
301 Vulture Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101
41 Annerley Road, South Brisbane QLD 4101
07 3163 1600
313 Bourbong St, Bundaberg QLD 4670
07 4153 9539
1 Wellington Street, Mackay QLD 4740
07 4953 5990
30 Health Care Drive, Springfield Central QLD 4300
07 3098 3900
25 Fulham Road, Pimlico QLD 4812
These services combine to help Mater offer comprehensive care which meets the needs of the community.
Former Wallaby Digby Ioane scored the ultimate goal this week with the birth of his baby boy Lenny who marked a milestone as the 10 000th baby to be born at Mater ...
Born with a serious medical condition requiring surgery to her esophagus and trachea, baby Emerson spent her first 75 days of life in the Neonatal Critical Care Unit ...
Mater has strengthened its commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of First Nations people through the signing of a new strategy with the Queensland ...
In six weeks, the Mater team vaccinated 2500 people throughout Central Queensland.