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
Mater is committed to caring for women through every chapter of their life. We are a strong advocate for women putting their health and wellbeing first, with Mater specialists and services supporting them and their families every step of the way.
Our collective expertise from health, education and research contribute to Mater being the largest maternity service in Australia and a leading provider of gynaecological oncology and breast cancer services in Queensland.
Whether you are an expectant mother or going through your cancer journey, Mater's dedicated and experienced team will provide holistic and personalised care throughout all stages of your Mater journey.
From diagnosis to remission, our expert gynaecologists, oncologists, nurses and allied health support women and their families every step of the way. Holistic and individualised patient plans are central to our compassionate care for women experiencing gynaecologic or breast cancer.
Since 1960, Mater Mothers' Hospitals have been privileged to play a special role in many families' beautiful moments everyday.
Mater Mothers is one of Australia’s largest and most experienced maternity service providers, with five leading private maternity hospitals across Queensland and a leading public maternity hospital in South Brisbane.
Support women with breast cancer for the 2024 International Women's Day Fun Run. Whether you are participating for yourself or someone in your life who has been impacted by breast cancer, be a part of the Sea of Pink to raise vital research funds.
Mater Private Hospital Springfield breast and endocrine surgeon Susan Bell has stressed the need for women to screen for breast cancer often and early.
A new hysterectomy procedure that leaves no scars and causes little pain has been performed at Mater Private Hospital Springfield for the first time.
Breast cancer survivors and their supporters across Queensland are being urged to fight the disease by joining this year’s ‘Sea of Pink’.
One of the tiniest Mater Mothers babies of 2023 will be reunited with his twin brother on Christmas Day in the hospital’s Neonatal Critical Care Unit.