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Just as we like to hear from you, we also want to share our big news with you—our Mater mums. On this page you'll find a collection of updates from around our hospitals including information on new services and research trials, as well as stories from some of our Mater little miracles and, of course, our exceptional staff.

In the lead up to Father’s Day we spoke with Proud Mater Dad Scott about his birthing experience and asked if he had any advice for other soon to be parents.

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02
Sep

A Father’s perspective on birthing

This week we celebrate Speech Pathology Week which seeks to promote the speech pathology profession and the work done by speech pathologists with the 1.2 million Australians...

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28
Aug

Helping children overcome speaking difficulties

After 89 days being cared for at Mater Mothers’ Hospitals’ Neonatal Critical Care Unit, it’s time for baby Hugo to go home with his family.

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17
Aug

Baby Hugo goes home

Do you remember these Mater Little Miracles?

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13
Aug

Twins Callan and Henry thriving after TTTS

Parents Skye-Maree and Dale recently became our first family with newborn twins to stay at Emporium Hotel South Bank on their way home from Mater Mothers’ Private...

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07
Aug

A luxurious double delight Emporium stay

Mater Mothers, CSIRO and Redland Hospital have teamed up to fast-track an app aimed at making life a little easier for the one in 10 pregnancies diagnosed with gestational...

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31
Jul

Gestational diabetes app supporting flexible care for parents-to-be

Samantha (Sam) Hacon is a bona fide country girl who is used to the rough and tough country life, living in Alice Springs and working as a nurse, but nothing could be more...

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29
Jul

Alice Springs family leave hospital after twin boys born 10 weeks premature at the height of COVID-19

When a woman is pregnant her cardiac output increases by between 30 to 45 per cent as she doubles her blood volume, this means women who have pre-existing, or underlying heart...

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27
Jul

How to manage cardiac conditions in pregnancy

Meet Divya, a registrar doctor in obstetrics and gynaecology at Mater Mothers’ Hospital, currently completing her fourth year in training and shared with us how her love...

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20
Jul

No two days the same for Mater's obstetrics and gynaecology doctors

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