Here are some frequently asked questions about the move to the new Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Feet, ankles & lower limbs
The Department of Podiatry in Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) is a specialist unit focusing on preventing foot and lower limb amputations in patients with complex medical conditions. The service provides daily inpatient and outpatient clinics at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and regular care of inpatients at Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre.
Finding your way around
Signs inside the Royal Adelaide Hospital will help you identify the floor you are on and the area you are in.
Follow up appointments
After you leave the Royal Adelaide Hospital, you may need to return for a follow-up appointment to undergo a check-up or specialist treatment.
Food, drinks and shops
The retail space at the Royal Adelaide Hospital is home to businesses such as cafes, a newsagency, food court, gift shop and banking facilities.
For Patients and Families
Research is essential to the development of health care. As a research participant, you will be contributing to health care advancements in the prevention, new treatments and cures for serious health conditions affecting the community.
Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) is committed to promoting and supporting the responsible conduct of high quality research compliant with all local and national policies, standards and guidelines.
For Sponsors, Collaborators and Partners
The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) has dedicated facilities for conducting clinical research for our researchers, who work in collaboration with a multitude of intrastate, interstate and international research organisations exploring causes, prevention, new treatments and cures for serious health conditions affecting the community.
Freedom of information
The South Australian Freedom of Information Act (1991) allows you to request access to your medical record. It is possible to obtain a copy of the medical record or to view the original record.