Mater Staff Long Service Awards

Wednesday, 3 September 2008

On Wednesday 3 September 2008 more than 150 people celebrated the commitment and long service of Mater staff at the Staff Long Service Awards.

Filed under: Pathology, Support, Video

Another win for Mater

Friday, 5 September 2008

Mater Health Services has received a 2008 Australian Business Award in the category of “Marketing Excellence”. The award recognises Mater’s outstanding achievement in marketing strategy and execution and is an acknowledgment of the organisation’s exceptional achievements in health care marketing.

Filed under: Support

Mercy abroad

Friday, 12 September 2008

Each year Mater engages in a range of activities as part of its commitment to offering compassionate care to the sick and needy. Often these initiatives take place on home soil. At other times Mater takes its action abroad.

Filed under: Mission, Private

Providing the tools to communicate about cancer

Wednesday, 17 September 2008

In September Mater Private Breast Cancer Centre and 4-Life Psychology launched a new program, “Mindful Parenting in the context of breast cancer”, to give women being treated for breast cancer the tools to effectively communicate what is happening to them with their children.

Filed under: Children's, Mothers', Private

From little things, big things grow

Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Every year in September there is an important week in Mater’s calendar to celebrate the legacy of Catherine McAuley and the Sisters of Mercy by acknowledging the organisation’s ongoing commitment to Mercy.

Filed under: Adult, Children's

New car park to support children's hospital

Monday, 29 September 2008

To support the construction of the Queensland Children’s Hospital, which will open in 2014, Mater Health Services is building a new car parking facility on the grounds of St Laurence’s College.

Filed under: Children's

Professor John Bell retires

Tuesday, 30 September 2008

After more than 39 years at Mater as a specialist pathologist Professor John Bell announced his retirement in 2008.

Filed under: Pathology
    Mater staff packing the container bound for Uganda.Professor John Bell was a specialist pathologist for 39 years at Mater.Clinical Pathology Technician Robyn Manko, dedicating 40 years of service to Mater with Chairman of An Artist impression of the Hancock Street Car Park2008 Australian Business AwardMater Broker TeamMater Private Breast Cancer Centre Coodinator and Breast Care Nurse Sally Graham with a patientQueensland Children's Hospital artist's impressionRobyn TaskerMater Staff Long Service Awards Professor John BellMater supplies arrive in Entebbe, Uganda.Intensive Care Unit bed with Mater donated equipment.Professor John Bell with his pathology team.Dr Andrew CotterillDinner time at Sanyu, a home for abandoned babies.Mercy Award winners the Broker Team, Robyn Tasker and Dr Andrew Cotterill.Mercy Week BBQMercy Week BBQ at the Mater Private Hospital Terrace Cafe.Executive Director Mission Leadership Madonna McGahan with some Mater staff at the Mercy Week BBQ.Mercy Week displaysThe Mercy Week morning tea with the Sisters of Mercy

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