Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander support
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital can help support you and your family.
On 5 September 2017, the RAH relocated to its new facility in Adelaide’s west end, bringing together 176 years of excellence in healthcare with a brand new state-of-the-art facility.
About the RAH
The 800-bed Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is the state’s flagship hospital, providing a comprehensive range of the most complex clinical care to an estimated 85,000 inpatients and 400,000 outpatients each year.
Access for people with a disability
The Royal Adelaide Hospital is designed to ensure people with a disability can easily access the facility and its services.
Visitor accommodation has been built into all overnight general inpatient rooms at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, enabling a relative or carer to stay where it is in the patient’s best interests.
- Acute Assessment Unit
- Acute Pain Service
Adelaide BioMed City
The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) forms the centrepiece of the state’s $3.6 billion Adelaide BioMed City, set to become one of the largest health and life sciences clusters in the southern hemisphere.
- Advanced care planning
- Aged Care
- Aged care
Our Allied Health Professionals work within multidisciplinary teams to diagnose and treat a range of conditions and illnesses, ensuring the best patient outcomes.
The Anaesthesia service at the Royal Adelaide Hospital is a 24-hour perioperative service encompassing pre-anaesthesia assessment, intraoperative anaesthesia, and acute pain management.
- Artery & vein surgery
Assessment and planning
All patients who are booked to undergo surgery or a procedure at the Royal Adelaide Hospital will first attend an outpatient appointment with the Pre-operative Assessment Clinic.
- Assessment of brain function