Pain Management Unit
The Central Adelaide Local Health Network Pain Management Unit provides services through a multidisciplinary outpatient model with an inpatient consultation service at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Pain Management Unit
The Pain Management Unit provides services through a multidisciplinary outpatient model with an inpatient consultation service.
Palliative care is a multidisciplinary approach that strives to improve the quality of life of patients and their families facing a life limiting illness. We focus on prevention and relief of suffering by treatment of pain, and other problems; physical, psychosocial and spiritual.
Palliative and supportive services
We are a cohesive group of kind, expert, health professionals, focused on delivering high quality care while helping you and your family address the complex issues that may arise with an incurable illness.
All public parking areas at the Royal Adelaide Hospital have boom gates and ticket machines installed. Before you leave the car park, you will need to pay for your ticket.
Patient Assistance Transport Scheme
At any one time, approximately 200 patients from regional, rural and remote parts of our state will be receiving treatment at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Patient Bedside Entertainment
The bedside entertainment services at the Royal Adelaide Hospital are provided by Telstra and give patients access to a number of entertainment options on a pre-paid basis including digital television and radio channels, a range of movies on demand and internet access.
- Patients & Visitors
Paying for your bill
If you need to pay your hospital bill, simply go to the Cashier on level 3D, which is located inside the main entrance area.
- Peri-operative service
Plastic & reconstructive surgery
The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Royal Adelaide Hospital incorporates the Burns Unit and is a joint clinical, research and teaching facility with close links to the University of Adelaide.
- Plastic and reconstructive surgery
The service aims to identify patients at high risk of a lower limb complication such as amputation and implement an appropriate management plan with an inter-disciplinary focus.
All public hospitals and health units must comply with a set of Privacy Principles that regulate the way in which personal health information is collected, used, disclosed, stored and transferred.
Private and public patients
One of the important decisions you will make when coming into hospital is to decide whether you would like to be treated as a private or a public patient.
Patients at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) may see a psychologist as part of their care. Psychologists help patients understand how psychological, social and behavioural factors impact upon recovery from poor health and illness.
The 'New RAH Update' provided a monthly update on services and milestones at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. View the latest editions here.