Royal Adelaide Hospital

Referral/Teaching Hospital | Adelaide, Australia

Hospital description

The Royal Adelaide Hospital was founded in 1840 and is incorporated under the South Australian Health Commission Act, 1976. There are three campuses (North Terrace, Hampstead Centre and Glenside Hospital) as well as associated outpatient and outreach services.
This hospital offers PJ and Famulatur placements.

RAH provides a specific range of tertiary referral services to the people of South Australia and the nearby states and territories. It is one of the biggest teaching hospitals in the country, with an international reputation for education. The hospital is a very friendly major hospital within walking distance of the city centre and the surrounding botanical gardens and parks. It is a centre for diving medicine and world centre for training in baromedicine.

Please note that due to an increase in the number of home students, The Royal Adelaide Hospital is not accepting international elective applications for 2011.

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Hospital type Referral/Teaching Hospital
Local language English
Funding Status Public

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