A new website providing South Australians with a one-stop online portal to access information about alcohol and other drug treatment and support services goes live today.

South Australians who have already broken their New Year’s resolutions to stop smoking in 2018 shouldn’t lose heart – just because you’ve had a cigarette doesn’t mean it’s the end of your quit attempt.

In an Australian first, post-traumatic stress research and clinical care will be co-located together at the new $15 million Jamie Larcombe Centre, with the new Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) Research Centre opening its doors today.

Country patients who suffer a stroke will now be able to receive specialised treatment closer to home at any time of day or night at the State’s three regional stroke services.

The State Government is investing more than half a million dollars to significantly expand assistance for families supporting a loved one with a substance abuse problem.

Three times as many patients are accessing rehabilitation at or closer to their homes as a result of the statewide expansion of a video-based service offered by South Australia’s public hospitals.

The South Australian Mental Health Strategic Plan 2017-2022 sets a state-wide strategic direction to build a more resilient, compassionate and connected community over the next five years.

In a first of its kind for South Australia, a new simulation clinical unit designed to replicate the inside of a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit will be unveiled at Flinders Medical Centre today.

Patients in country areas have access to extra medical support with the South Australian Virtual Emergency Service (SAVES) program fully operational in 16 regional hospitals.

An additional 112 paramedics and ambulance staff will hit South Australian streets as part of a State Government boost to ambulance services.

The largest fully automated microbiology laboratory in the Southern Hemisphere, located at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH), has been labelled a game changer in the detection and treatment of bacteria and infectious disease.

A new campaign is promoting the real benefits associated with simple pleasures like going for a walk in the fresh air or appreciating the beauty of nature.