Taking Home Medication
It is important that when you leave hospital, you take your medication as prescribed in order to recover well. All medication must be taken home, including those brought in with you.
There will be a range of tests available to you as a patient of the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
The Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Liaison Unit
The Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Liaison Unit (ATSILU) at the RAH is centrally located in the main entrance on level 3. With a dedicated garden featuring Aboriginal artwork, the ATSILU offers a welcoming and peaceful environment.
Over six days in July, more than 5,500 South Australians were given the opportunity to tour the new RAH. Thank you to everyone who was involved, including the visitors, tour guides and volunteers who helped make it all happen.
Transport and parking
The Royal Adelaide Hospital is located at the corner of North Terrace and West Terrace, at the west end of the city.
All patients are responsible for their transportation home. Please plan ahead and make private arrangements for your trip home, if you are well enough to travel by car, bus, train or commercial flight.
The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is one of the two major Trauma Services designated to care for South Australia’s most severely injured patients.
- Trauma surgery