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
Your health and wellbeing continues to be our number one priority and we have implemented some additional measures in line with social distancing requirements to ensure your safety during this period. This includes:
A new era in healthcare for Greater Springfield
Mater's newest facility, Mater Private Hospital Springfield, opened its doors to the people of Greater Springfield in 2015. With 80 private beds as well as a day surgery unit, the hospital provides the local community with access to innovative, world-class healthcare facilities including four digitally-integrated operating theatres and a state-of-the-art cancer care centre.
Operating out of our Springfield Central location, we offer a range of medical and surgical services for overnight and day patients, led by our exceptional team of medical specialists and support staff. Our focus is on providing patients with the best possible experience; from the quality of our care right through to the thoughtfully-designed rooms including access to a fold-away bed for every room, dietician-approved room service menus and contemporary facilities.
Mater Private Hospital Springfield
30 Health Care Drive (Off Sinnathamby Boulevard)
Springfield Central QLD 4300
Enquiries: 07 3098 3900
To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our patients, all Mater hospitals have placed restrictions on visitors to minimise the exposure risk to COVID-19.
As a result of new restrictions, Mater will immediately limit visitor access to hospitals in South Brisbane, Springfield and Redland.
In line with advice from the Chief Health Officer, Mater will only permit people to visit someone in hospital if they are;
Further details of the current hospital visitor arrangements for the Greater Brisbane area is available at the Queensland Health website.
It is imperative that Mater support this important community health initiative and all hospital entry points will be staffed to ensure compliance with this measure.
To view our other visiting restrictions, please visit our web page for patients.
Mater will aim to resume normal visiting arrangements as soon as possible.
Mater Private Hospital Springfield
Mater Private Hospital Springfield services combine to help Mater offer comprehensive care, meeting the needs of our community.
View our hospital facilities information—provided to help Mater patients, their families and carers find helpful details about Mater Private Hospital Springfield.
To find specialists at Mater Private Hospital Springfield
We believe being well-informed is crucial to your treatment and recovery. View our patient information brochures to learn more about the various conditions, treatments, procedures and services available at Mater Private Hospital Springfield.
At Mater we are fortunate to have an excellent safety record for our staff, patients and visitors but we must always remain vigilant and seek to improve. As part of our commitment to safety, we track our latest safety and performance data for all of our hospitals on our SafeQuest website.
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