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.
Mater Mothers’ Hospitals is opening Queensland’s first, purpose-built 24/7, Pregnancy Assessment Centre (PAC) to care for women from the very beginning of pregnancy...
Queensland’s first 24/7 Pregnancy Assessment Centre
Mater Mothers’ Parenting Support Centre offers a range of new group sessions in addition to individual parenting support and guidance for parents and babies up to six...
New Parenting Support Centre group sessions
Welcome to our four part blog series on trying to have a baby. Part four covers how long it can take to conceive.
So you are thinking about trying to have a baby – now what? Part four.
Mater Mothers is committed to keeping our mums and babies safe at all times. As we enter the 2017 flu season, we’ve compiled some useful information to help protect...
Influenza—information for pregnant women and mums
Mater Mothers’ Private recently attended the three day Essential Baby & Toddler Show to share Mater’s comprehensive maternity and baby care advice and support...
Mater Mothers’ Private at the Essential Baby & Toddler Show
Welcome to our four part blog series on trying to have a baby. Part three covers all you need to know about pre-pregnancy vitamins.
So you are thinking about trying to have a baby – now what? Part three.
Welcome to our four part blog series on trying to have a baby. Part two diet and lifestyle changes for mum and dad when trying to conceive.
So you are thinking about trying to have a baby – now what? Part two.
The Birthing in our Community Program which addresses the gap in maternity and birthing outcomes experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in South East...
Mater working to improve outcomes for Indigenous mums and babies
Mater Research unit is conducting a clinical trial in third trimester for pregnant women at Mater Mothers’ Hospital.
RSV clinical trial for pregnant women
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