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
Our team deliver personalised, one-on-one consults in your home or workplace, or via telehealth. We provide:
Our dietitians apply evidence-based research to help you understand the importance between food and good health. Our team will work with you to create a personalised nutrition plan to help improve health and wellbeing. Our dietitians have created strong links with our community of health professionals to ensure continuity of care between hospital, GPs and the home, including:
Our occupational therapists are skilled at helping you to be as independent and safe as possible in your own home. Occupational therapists will work with you to return to daily activities after an injury or illness. We can also help you to maintain or improve the way you complete important tasks. We help you to create goals for your health and work towards them.
Physiotherapy can help you improve your strength, balance and movement. We design personalised home exercise programs to increase your strength and reduce your risk of falling. We can also assess your mobility and prescribe mobility aids as required. Our experienced physiotherapists will listen to your health needs and provide a comprehensive, personalised assessment.
You may benefit from physiotherapy if you have:
We all feel overwhelmed at times, but sometimes we need extra support to move forward and tackle the bigger issues on your mind. Our team of psychologists provide support for issues of stress or adjustment associated with:
Short to medium term psychology services are available to assist with understanding and managing situations, behaviours and relationships with a person's current life circumstances, or those associated with providing care to another person. This may include:
Mater at Home psychologists do not provide:
If you are seeking assistance for any of these concerns, please speak to your local GP who can refer you to dedicated specialist support. Lifeline Australia is also available 24/7. You can call Lifeline on 13 11 14. In the event of an emergency, please call 000.
Mater at Home can provide bulk-billed, psychological treatment at home by our clinical psychologist. These appointments are designed for people with a diagnosed mental health disorder who are unable to attend a clinic due to their medical or psychological condition. Referrals from your GP or treating psychiatrist re essential so that you can access the Medicare Better Access to Mental Health Care initiative.
Mater at Home social workers are available to support your overall wellbeing, helping you though social and interpersonal difficulties and advocating for your needs. Our experienced team provide clinical expertise to assist with:
Speech pathology can help you make the most of your communication, as well as enabling safe and enjoyable eating and drinking. Speech pathology may be needed if you have a diagnosis of a neurological condition, intellectual or developmental delay, or hearing impairment. Our speech pathologists can assist with:
Looking for more information? Our team are here to answer your questions and advise on the best care options for you and your family. No referral is necessary, so please contact our team and we'll tailor a treatment plan for you.
Mater at Home has so many different services—we’re here to support you through your healthcare journey. Find out more about what we do.