Being a mum is one of the most beautiful and challenging roles any woman will experience during her lifetime.
Since 1960, Mater Mothers' Hospitals have shared this miracle many times over.
We are committed to providing the very best maternity care, welcoming each new baby into the world and supporting each family. Now, we are proud to be able to share our expertise, care and support with you online.
In consultation with mums, we've created this interactive website to help guide you through this special time, from conception right through to the toddler years.
This website helps us to continue the care once you've left hospital, by providing a reliable source of information and support.
With a new baby, it's a whole new universe that we'd like to help you explore and right here is the perfect place to start.
Lisa gave birth to her triplet daughters Alice, Caitlin and Grace at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in March 2011 at 33 weeks and five days.
At the time, the thought of having three babies at once was daunting for Lisa and husband Tim, but as the girls start Prep this week, 2011 seems a long time ago.
With severe heatwave conditions forecast through southeast Queensland and northeast New South Wales from Wednesday, we’ve asked our expert Mater Mothers' midwives for their tips when it comes to keeping your baby safe and comfortable in the heat.
We are challenged within Catholic Health Australia. How do we provide reproductive medicine within the framework of our code of ethical standards? No more pressing is the challenge in the field of infertility. Healthcare providers in this area acknowledge the deep suffering experienced by those with infertility. A suffering that often requires more than a series of therapeutic interventions and calls upon our combined expertise.
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