Keep up to date with the latest news about the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
7 June, 2017
The new RAH's $4m hyperbaric chamber
Seven News has been given the first look inside the single most expensive piece of equipment at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital - a $4 million hyperbaric chamber that’s taken three years to install.
1 June, 2017
We are on the move
In September, the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) will move to its new home on Port Road and open its doors to South Australian inpatients for the first time.
4 May, 2017
Cafes and food options at the new RAH
The food court and cafes at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) will offer a range of food and beverage options in a light and welcoming environment. Centrally located on level 3, the food court is based in the very heart of the new RAH, surrounded by a number of outdoor courtyards.
27 April, 2017
Facility Transition Period Update - Training and Equipment Stocking
With the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) recently reaching Technical Completion and moving into the Facility Transition Period (FTP) the site has become a hive of activity with medical and technical equipment arriving onsite daily, and testing and training activities well underway.
15 March, 2017
A look at ‘Technical Completion’ and what it means
The announcement of Technical Completion marks a significant step forward in the delivery of the new RAH, triggering a staged transition. After ten years of planning and construction, the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) reached Technical Completion this month.
5 December, 2016
City's health precinct takes shape
The transformation of the West End into one of the world’s best health and biomedical precincts is well underway, with two more buildings rising into the CBD skyline alongside the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
22 November, 2016
Staff embracing new RAH carbon copies
The new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Skills Centre, located on Level 6 of the current hospital, contains mock ups of an inpatient room, a Technical Suite (operating theatre), a perioperative area (pre-procedure and recovery bays) as well as other innovations to support daily operations.
8 November, 2016
New renal unit to support rising demand
World-class renal facilities at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) will help cater for the growing number of South Australians requiring kidney replacement therapy.