Keep up to date with the latest news about the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
29 May, 2020
Farewell to the Australian Defence Forces personnel who supported CALHN’s response to COVID-19
CALHN was fortunate to have the Australian Defence Force join the CALHN Network Incident Management Team to observe and assist in our response.
29 May, 2020
SA Pathology involved in breakthrough breast cancer research
Research conducted by scientists in the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) has made a critical breakthrough, discovering how an obscure protein causes breast cancer to develop and grow more quickly.
28 May, 2020
South Australian Prison Health embraces telehealth
The use of telehealth was widely embraced during the COVID-19. For the SA Prison Health Service, it has helped improve appointment attendance rates and pick up a condition that could have been missed. Read more here.
27 May, 2020
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander input in TQEH redevelopment
Creating a welcoming environment for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers has been an important design factor in the redevelopment program at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH).
26 May, 2020
Hospital in the Home patients triple at COVID height
With the Royal Adelaide Hospital the dedicated COVID-19 hospital, patients admitted to the Hospital in the Home (HITH) service were able to access hospital-equivalent care from the comfort of their own home.
21 May, 2020
Guard of honour for COVID-19 survivor
After two months in hospital, including four weeks in ICU, COVID-19 survivor Paul Faraguna has been discharged from the RAH. Staff gave him a special send-off in the form of a guard of honour. Paul reflects on his journey below.
15 May, 2020
CALHN #givingback to the community
We have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of public thanks and support during the pandemic, and now its our turn to give back.
7 May, 2020
Kidney transplants resume at the RAH
A special cross-border exemption has allowed the smooth passage of interstate kidneys for transplant at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, changing the lives of three young South Australians.