Patient Safety and Quality
Our culture of quality improvement is backed by strong clinical governance
Mater’s commitment to quality, safety and excellence in medical practice is supported by Clinical Governance, in addition to the Board of Governance.
Clinical Governance provides a framework for quality improvement. The role and purpose of Clinical Governance is to ensure the effective and safe delivery of care through continuous quality improvement activities, monitoring and evaluation.
Our hospitals, facilities and services are accredited with the relevant authorities.
- Standards of Care
Our program to improve standards of care focuses on areas that are essential to drive the implementation and use of safety and quality systems.
- Risk Management and Quality Improvement
Effective risk management processes in line with the Sisters of Mercy Mission.
We are committed to continuous improvement across all hospital areas including results on staff hand hygiene compliance, staph aureus bacteraemia rates, pressure injuries and falls.
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Mater Hospitals are accredited by ACHS or ISO
|Infection rate (Staph Aureus bacteraemia)||
2.0 / 10,000 patient days