You may be required to undergo surgery as part of your treatment at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
- Health Professionals
After you leave hospital, it’s important to undergo regular health checks by your doctor even if you are currently feeling healthy.
The Audiology Department at the RAH provides audiological services, using specialised equipment, to individuals over the age of 18 years of age. Services are provided to inpatients and outpatients by appointment.
- Heart & lung surgery
- Heart diseases
- Helping you remain active & well at home
- Helping you return to daily activities
The Hepatobiliary surgical unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital offers public services and manages all conditions that relate to the Hepato-pancreatic-biliary system
The Hepatobiliary surgical unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital offers public services and manages all conditions that relate to the Hepato-pancreatic-biliary system.
Linen is available to overnight visitors at the Royal Adelaide Hospital for a fee.
Hospital at Home
Hospital at Home (H@H) provides treatment in the comfort and privacy of your own home as an alternative to treatment in hospital.
- Hospital at Home
The Royal Adelaide Hospital offers a comprehensive wayfinding system incorporating digital kiosks, colour themed zones, maps and easy-to-follow signage.
The RAH is one of the first hospitals in Australia to offer 100% single overnight patient rooms, measuring at around 23 square metres each, including a private ensuite.
How the move worked
In September 2017, the Royal Adelaide Hospital moved to its new home on Port Road. Patients were moved during daylight hours over three days, from Monday 4 September to Wednesday 6 September.
Hyperbaric Medical Unit
The Hyperbaric Medicine Unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is the South Australian state referral service for diving and hyperbaric medicine. The RAH is the second oldest diving and hyperbaric facility in Australia commencing operation in 1985 and has since developed an international reputation in the field.