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 health and wellbeing of Queenslanders has been Mater’s specialty for more than a century.
Across neurosciences, orthopaedics and cardiac care, Mater specialists have pioneered Australian-first surgeries and harnessed the power of new technologies to continuously improve and enhance patient outcomes across our state-wide network of 11 hospitals.
We bring together the collective expertise of Mater Health, Mater Research and Mater Education through a shared vision of empowering people to live better lives through improved health and wellbeing.
Highly-skilled specialists, state-of-the-art technologies and a long-standing Mission to provide compassionate care combine to position Mater as a leader in the healthcare sector, and a provider of choice for many Queensland patients and referring doctors.
Apart from operating private hospitals in Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton, Bundaberg and across South East Queensland, Mater also provides comprehensive healthcare services for public patients, and is currently partnering with the State Government to develop a new public hospital in Brisbane’s rapidly growing western corridor to ensure the people of Greater Springfield have access to high quality care in their own community.
Mater’s enduring success as a leading Queensland healthcare provided rests on its commitment to continually evolve, innovative and change to meet the new and emerging healthcare needs of the communities we serve.
Beyond the walls of our hospitals, Mater Health Integration and Community Care delivers services to people in their own homes and local communities to meet the increasing demand amongst Queenslanders to access care in non-clinical settings.
From cardiac rehabilitation programs to post-surgery care and clinical management of people with chronic disease, Mater has developed high quality in-home and in-community services – and continues to do so.
We are Queensland’s largest not-for-profit network of public and private hospitals, driven to ensure every patient has access to high quality, compassionate care.
Neurosciences, orthopaedics and cardiac health are the building blocks to a healthy body.
These specialties operate the control centre (brain), the structure (skeletal system) and the engine (heart) of our bodies.
Mater is shining a spotlight on the specialists and services that help our bodies stay healthy, strong and active.
Learn more about Brains. Bones. Beats. Building blocks to a healthy you.
The brain is your body's control centre, and it is important to ensure it functions correctly. From Parkinson's and Alzheimer's to epilepsy and neurodevelopment, our neuroscience clinicians provide the latest in neurology resources and treatments.
Mater hospitals all provide world-class orthopaedic care with leading clinicians and the latest technology, including a suite of surgical assist robots operating in every Mater facility across Queensland.
Mater is one of Queensland’s leading service providers in cardiac and cardiothoracic procedures, including the in-person and virtual rehabilitation of patient's post-procedure.
Queensland woman Samantha Wade always feared that the multiple heart defects she was born with meant she would never become a mum.
A Mater specialist orthopaedic surgeon has given a Queensland schoolgirl born with dwarfism the opportunity to fulfil her dream of competing at the World Dwarf Games ...
Two Townsville businessmen, who reconnected after surviving heart attacks within a month of each other, are encouraging all Queenslanders to have regular check-ups ...
North Queensland patients recovering from heart procedures are now able to access rehabilitation care and monitoring from home, no matter where in the region they live.