The Hospital Research Foundation Group – Creative Health, at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) enhances the hospital environment and patient experience by driving best practice arts in health programs.
The Hospital Research Foundation Group – Creative Health, aims to improve the quality and experience of healthcare through art and design in a health-focused built environment.
Clinical evidence suggests art programs, public art and surrounding environments have the ability to improve patients’ health and wellbeing.
THRF Group – Creative Health incorporates visual, sound and performance art in a range of settings across the hospital precinct.
In addition, the THRF Group – Creative Health works across the biomedical precinct to create cross-disciplinary and inter-institutional collaborations, positioning South Australia as a research leader in this field.
Current programs include:
- Exhibition Program – view the art works in the galleries on Level 3
- Artist in Residence– join an arts activity (currently available to Mental Health patients)
- Arts Collaborations – learn more about special arts projects
- Art and Music therapy services
The Hospital Research Foundation Group – Creative Health is located on level 3, zone A.
For further information, phone (08) 7002 0877 or visit www.creativehealth.org.au.