Keep up to date with the latest news about the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
20 November, 2017
Furniture from old RAH going to women's shelter
Bedding, blankets, furniture and art from the old Royal Adelaide Hospital are being put to good use at a soon to be opened Women's Crisis Centre.
13 November, 2017
Frank's Royal Treatment
Frank recently spent three weeks at the RAH after suffering a heart attack, resulting in open heart surgery. He has now returned to the RAH, a short time after being discharged, to thank the nursing staff for their care.
6 November, 2017
Arthur and Maureen's Story
Arthur was diagnosed with primary aldosteronism, also known as Conn’s syndrome, 15 years ago and has received renal dialysis at the RAH for the past eight months with his wife, Maureen, always by his side.
1 November, 2017
South Australian kidney transplant patients are able to head home from hospital sooner, thanks to new technology and facilities at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
30 October, 2017
Centre for Creative Health Opening
The Minister for Health has officially opened the Centre for Creative Health at the RAH, which through arts, design and music, attends to the emotional needs of the hospital community.
30 October, 2017
Renal Transplant Recipient
Charlotte Taylor was diagnosed with Genetic Kidney Disease at just 18 years old. Four years later, she is one of the first South Australians to undergo a renal transplant at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
11 October, 2017
RAH Royal Tour
With a keen interest in health care, a Royal couple of Greece and Denmark have toured the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
9 October, 2017
There's new hope for sufferers of chronic pancreatitis, with a ground-breaking transplant procedure now being offered at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.