A new world-class Women’s Hospital and investment into the existing site.
Investing in consistent and high quality health services for country South Australia.
Two new operating theatres are being built and the Emergency Department is being expanded.
More than $50m is being invested to create a new, bigger, world-class Emergency Department.
More than $90 million is being invested in Modbury Hospital.
Over $12m has been invested to build new facilities and improve surgical services.
The 800-bed new Royal Adelaide Hospital will be the state’s flagship hospital.
Building and expanding metropolitan ambulance stations.
More than $270m is being invested in a major redevelopment of TQEH.
More than $50 million will be spent at the Lyell McEwin Hospital to create a new, bigger, world-class Emergency Department that meets the needs of the growing population in the North and North Eastern suburbs.
This is in addition to the State Government’s previous investment of more than $314 million in Lyell McEwin Hospital since 2002.
The new $52.5 million Emergency Department will include:
Construction is expected to commence by mid-2018 and be completed by 2020-2021.
Since 2002, more than $314 million has been invested in the Lyell McEwin Hospital over a continuous three stage redevelopment. Completed works include:
For more information about the Lyell McEwin Hospital, including services, visiting hours and phone numbers, visit the Lyell McEwin Hospital page.