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A new era for public health care in SA

The new Royal Adelaide Hospital opened for business today, signalling a new era of modern, world-class health care for all South Australians.

The new facility is being touted as the most advanced hospital in the modern world and boasts all single patient rooms, each with its own personal ensuite and day bed to allow for a loved one to stay overnight.

The 800-bed hospital will provide a comprehensive range of the most complex clinical care to an estimated 85,000 inpatients and 400,000 outpatients each year.

It spans the equivalent of three city blocks and is located on a site containing almost four hectares of landscaped parks and internal green space, including over 70 courtyards, terraces and sky gardens.

Its innovative design combines cutting-edge technology with new standards in conservation and environmental management.

Take a tour of this state of the art facility: https://lnkd.in/gVSJq69.

Image Caption: The new, state-of-the-art hospital will provide the highest quality health care to South Australians for many years to come (image by Matt Turner).

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