Royal Adelaide Hospital
The South Australian Government is investing $1.85 billion over the next decade to build Australia's most advanced hospital - the New Royal Adelaide Hospital.
The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is South Australia's largest accredited teaching hospital, providing the people of South Australia (and nearby states and territories) with outstanding medical care and rehabilitation.
Since it was founded in 1840, the RAH has built an international reputation as one of Australia's finest public teaching hospitals. The hospital offers basic training positions in internal medicine, surgery and general practice, as well as advanced training in a range of specialty areas. Our staff are also actively involved in cutting edge research, making the RAH a centre for both medical and research excellence.