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Mater comprises several hospitals, health centres, a world-class medical research institute and pathology and pharmacy businesses—all with one aim—to provide Exceptional Care. Our concerted pursuit of innovation—to discover, improve, adopt and adapt—differentiates Mater as a leader in the areas of health, education and research.

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AUSTRALIAN FIRM AMP PULLS OUT OF RACE TO BUY MATER PRIVATE

irishtimes | May 05, 2016

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Australian investment firm AMP Capital has joined German healthcare giant Fresenius in pulling out of the race to buy the Mater Private hospital group, which was put up for sale last year with a price tag of €500 million. It is understood the hospital group’s majority owner, CapVest, a London-based venture capital company, is now in talks with two private equity firms and an infrastructure fund as it seeks to secure a deal. Some of these did not make it to the short list, drawn up last month, bu...

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NORTH KOREA TOUTS MATERNITY HOSPITAL 'BORN OUT OF LEADERS' LOVE'

straitstimes | May 09, 2016

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PYONGYANG • North Korea organised an unusual media tour of a gleaming modern hospital over the weekend, apparently seeking to highlight its leaders' love for the people during a major ruling party gathering. The Pyongyang Maternity Hospital owes everything to the party and to the Kim dynasty which has ruled the country since its creation, according to officials who escorted foreign reporters around the showpiece institution. Founding president Kim Il Sung and his son and successor Kim Jong Il vi...

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US CHARITY RAISES $60,000 FOR MATERNAL, INFANT CARE IN INDIA

business-standard | May 11, 2016

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The American branch of a charitable organisation founded by an Indian has collected over $60,000 to be spent on works towards putting an end to maternal and infant mortality in India. Save A Mother-Houston Chapter, that works to decrease maternal and infant mortality in India, held an event here to raise funds around Mothers Day and collected over $60,000 out of which a little over $11,000 was raised from attendees during live pledges in less than six minutes....

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TANZANIA: UPGRADE OF MATERNAL HEALTH COLLEGES TO COST 8 BILLION/-

| May 26, 2016

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Dodoma — The government has allocated about 8bn/- in the 2016/2017 financial year for improvement of maternal health colleges, Members of the Parliament were told yesterday. The fund will be used for improving infrastructure in such colleges in a bid to modernise them......

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AUSTRALIAN FIRM AMP PULLS OUT OF RACE TO BUY MATER PRIVATE

irishtimes | May 05, 2016

Australian investment firm AMP Capital has joined German healthcare giant Fresenius in pulling out of the race to buy the Mater Private hospital group, which was put up for sale last year with a price tag of €500 million. It is understood the hospital group’s majority owner, CapVest, a London-based venture capital company, is now in talks with two private equity firms and an infrastructure fund as it seeks to secure a deal. Some of these did not make it to the short list, drawn up last month, bu...

Read More
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NORTH KOREA TOUTS MATERNITY HOSPITAL 'BORN OUT OF LEADERS' LOVE'

straitstimes | May 09, 2016

PYONGYANG • North Korea organised an unusual media tour of a gleaming modern hospital over the weekend, apparently seeking to highlight its leaders' love for the people during a major ruling party gathering. The Pyongyang Maternity Hospital owes everything to the party and to the Kim dynasty which has ruled the country since its creation, according to officials who escorted foreign reporters around the showpiece institution. Founding president Kim Il Sung and his son and successor Kim Jong Il vi...

Read More
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US CHARITY RAISES $60,000 FOR MATERNAL, INFANT CARE IN INDIA

business-standard | May 11, 2016

The American branch of a charitable organisation founded by an Indian has collected over $60,000 to be spent on works towards putting an end to maternal and infant mortality in India. Save A Mother-Houston Chapter, that works to decrease maternal and infant mortality in India, held an event here to raise funds around Mothers Day and collected over $60,000 out of which a little over $11,000 was raised from attendees during live pledges in less than six minutes....

Read More
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TANZANIA: UPGRADE OF MATERNAL HEALTH COLLEGES TO COST 8 BILLION/-

| May 26, 2016

Dodoma — The government has allocated about 8bn/- in the 2016/2017 financial year for improvement of maternal health colleges, Members of the Parliament were told yesterday. The fund will be used for improving infrastructure in such colleges in a bid to modernise them......

Read More