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Cheryl, one of Mater Private Hospital Redland’s original staff members reflect on the last 20 years

Cheryl McWilliams has worn many hats over the years working at Mater Private Hospital Redland (MPHR), and as the hospital celebrates its 20th anniversary this week, so does Cheryl who has been there since day one.


Tanita, an aspiring healthcare worker, already making a difference to the lives of others

In between balancing senior high school, study with Mater Education, casual work and sporting commitments, this year Tanita launched a program to create and write greeting cards to the elderly who may be quarantined, and suffering loneliness during COVID-19 lockdown. 


Improving the screening process for allied health professionals and their patients

In order for allied health professionals to provide the best care, a thorough assessment must be undertaken on a patient. This assessment is critical in guiding the rehabilitation process.


A difficult path paved the way for a bright future for Sofia

Sofia is a nurse, a mother, and a refugee. She completed Mater Education’s Diploma of Nursing on a refugee scholarship after travelling from Sudan.


Adam’s personal healthcare journey fuels his desire to help others

Adam's journey has led him to understand the real value of health and he is dedicated to not only immersing himself in everything Mater Education has to offer, but also being an exemplar for health and wellbeing for others. 


Stronger together: Mater Education and ACM supporting confident, skilled midwives

Since 2018, Mater Education and the Australian College of Midwives (ACM) have joined forces to deliver a dedicated refresher course designed for qualified Registered Midwives.


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