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
The following facilities can be located at Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg.
The Rose Café is open weekdays, offering a range of snacks, meals and hot and cold beverages for patients, visitors and staff at an affordable price.
The Chapel is available at Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg for all people to access for their own quiet time and reflection.
Mater’s Pastoral Care Practitioners are also available to provide emotional and spiritual support. Find more information on our pastoral care service here.
Patients are encouraged to bring their own personal electronic devices to hospital, whether that’s a mobile phone, tablet or laptop. From any Wi-Fi enabled device, patients and their family can access a free Wi-Fi service while they are at hospital.
Effective communication between patients and staff is important. Interpreter services are available and can be organised by the nurse caring for you.
Private pathology services are available at Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg. All accounts will be forwarded directly to you by the individual Pathologist.
Medications for inpatients of Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg are supplied by the pharmacy. All new medications will be
ordered on your behalf through a community pharmacy.
To ensure your medications are managed safely while in hospital, a pharmacist may review medications that you have been taking at home. Please ensure that you have all your medications with you in their original containers and any current prescriptions. Or, if you take many regular medications, please request a medication list from your local pharmacy and bring this too.
During your stay your specialist doctor may ask you to stop taking your regular medications or prescribe additional medication as part of your treatment plan. For this reason, medications that have been put into a dosette box or Webster pack cannot be used while you are in hospital. New supplies are required to ensure your safety.
Onsite x-ray services are available 24-hours a day. All accounts will be forwarded directly to you by the individual Radiologist.
Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg is a teaching hospital. Nursing and allied health students may be performing practical experience during your hospital stay. If you have any concerns or objection to students participating in your care, please notify the nurse in charge of your ward.