Established in 1840, the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is a 550 bed hospital and the teaching arm of both the University of Adelaide and University of South Australia.

Established in 1840, the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is a 550 bed hospital and the teaching arm of both the University of Adelaide and University of South Australia.

The RAH treats adult emergency and elective patients in a wide range of specialist areas and offers major trauma service and an intrastate, interstate and overseas retrieval service.

The RAH is proud of its strong track record which has made significant contributions to advancing medical research in South Australia. The RAH and its staff support research via the RAH Research Institute, incorporating the Hanson Institute, SA Pathology and the Centre for Cancer Biology.

The new RAH is scheduled to open in late 2016, providing world class healthcare facilities for South Australians. It will harness the latest in architectural design to create a healing environment for patients and their families, provide an efficient and positive working environment for staff and minimise its environmental footprint. The RAH Research Fund is excited about the move to the new Hospital to enable its researchers to have access to the most advanced facilities.

About The Royal Adelaide Hospital