Experienced South Australian lawyer Kylie Schulz has been appointed as a Magistrate to fill the vacancy to be created by the retirement of Magistrate Melanie Little.
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Patient medication supply is going high-tech at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) with the use of one of the largest Automated Pharmacy Distribution Systems in the Southern Hemisphere.
With the new Royal Adelaide Hospital preparing to accept its first day surgery patients tomorrow, the “engine room” of the hospital is ready to start processing more than 10,000 medical instruments a day.
South Australian history has been made today as the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) welcomed its first patients with the commencement of some renal outpatient and radiation oncology services.
The proposed reconfiguration of SA Pathology has been suspended until mid-next year.
Up to 30 South Australian arts organisations have been given a share of more than $1.4 million in government funding to boost their capacity for output and to enable them to plan sustainable future operations.
The State Government, the SA Ambulance Service and the Ambulance Employees Association have today agreed to a joint-working party that will develop a long-term plan to respond to growing demand for ambulance services.
A number of babies aged under one year old are among a worrying spike in cases of South Australian children who were hospitalised due to poor dental health in the last 12 months.
A television commercial that showcases the new Royal Adelaide Hospital will begin airing on free TV from this evening, as part of a community awareness campaign to ensure South Australians know how the move to the new RAH could impact on them.
South Australians are being urgently reminded to ensure they and their children are vaccinated against whooping cough as latest data show a 50 per cent increase in cases compared to the same time last year.
A rare piece of motorsport history has been secured for South Australia with the State Government today announcing $40,000 in critical funding to launch the fundraising campaign to acquire the Chamberlain 8 - an Australian-made Grand Prix vehicle for the National Motor Museum.
The new Royal Adelaide Hospital’s Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) are on the move and ready to receive their first missions, with testing and commissioning now complete.