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COVID-19 Coronavirus

Information for the community, patients, and our workforce

Conditions, services and clinics


Supported by the latest innovations, the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) offers a range of specialist services and clinics to deliver vital healthcare to the local community, as well as residents across our state and further afield.

Care is provided to people staying in our hospital (inpatients) and to those who come to the RAH for an appointment or day treatment (outpatients).

There will be a range of tests available to you as a patient of the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
Blood and tissue tests* Pathology
X-rays, scans and imaging* Radiology
Cardiovascular investigations* Electrocardiogram, Echocardiogram, Stress Test

* More information about these services coming soon.

Medical conditions
The Royal Adelaide Hospital is a leader in health care, known for innovative medicine, advanced technology and compassionate care.
Aged care service Geriatric medicine
Brain function Neuropsychology
Chronic disease (MACS) Multidisciplinary Ambulatory Consulting Service
Clinical Genetics Adult Genetics Unit (Inherited diseases)
Diabetes, gland & hormone disease Diabetes & Endocrinology
Eye & vision problems Ophthalmology
Heart conditions Cardiology
Liver, stomach & intestinal diseases Liver / Hepatology Clinic
Mental illness Psychiatry & Psychology
Metabolism, gland or hormone disorders Endocrine and metabolic service
Women's health conditions Gynaecology, breast and endocrine
Having surgery
You may be required to undergo surgery as part of your treatment at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Vascular Surgery Vascular surgery
Bone & joint surgery Orthopaedic surgery
Bowel surgery Colorectal surgery
Ear, nose, throat, head & neck surgery Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
Elective surgery & pre-admission Pre-operative Assessment Clinic
Eye surgery Ophthalmology
Hepatobiliary surgery Liver, gall bladder & bile duct
Urinary surgery Bladder, kidney, prostate
Care and support
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