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Mater bids farewell to Associate Professor Patricia Snowden

After more than 35 years with Mater Health Services, Mater Private Hospital’s Director of Nursing Associate Professor Patricia Snowden retired from her position.

Mater celebrates its people

Almost 400 of Mater’s Exceptional People were recognised at the annual Mater Long Service Awards ceremony held on Thursday 3 September 2009.

Mater Childcare celebrates

Mater Childcare celebrated five years of quality educational experiences and exceptional care on 19 May 2009, with a special morning tea for the children and their families.

Mater Children’s Hospitals appoint new Nursing Director

Sue McKee was appointed as the new Nursing Director at Mater Children’s Hospitals in 2009. Ms McKee has more than 25 years clinical nursing experience across both the public and private hospital sectors.

Mater Foundation celebrates 20th anniversary

Mater Foundation celebrated 20 years of supporting exceptional people and exceptional care at Mater in April 2009.

Mater hosts an Australian first in paediatric biotherapy

Paediatric urologist Dr David Winkle and Active Rehabilitation Physiotherapy hosted Asia-Pacific’s first education seminar on cutting-edge technology for the treatment of incontinence in children at Mater Medical Centre on 30 July 2009.

Mater Marketing takes out international award

In October 2009, Mater’s award-winning Marketing Department won an award at the HealthLeaders Media Marketing Awards in Chicago for ‘Best Community Relations Campaign’ for the 2007 Annual Review.

Mater Medical Research Institute appoints new Director

Professor John Prins was appointed to the role of Chief Executive Officer and Institute Director of Mater Medical Research Institute (MMRI) in October 2009.

Mater Mothers’ Hospitals one year on

Mater Mothers’ Hospitals’ staff celebrated their first anniversary in the award winning new building on Thursday 4 June.

Mater Pathology keeps on growing

Mater Pathology continued to expand in 2009 with the addition of a new collection centre in Inala and the relocation of the Cleveland collection centre.

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