As part of the Central Adelaide Local Health Network, the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) opened in 2017 is an 800 bed hospital which provides a comprehensive range of clinical care to an estimated 85,000 inpatients and 400,000 outpatients each year.

The RAH is proud of its strong history in making significant contributions to advancing medical research in South Australia.

The Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Trials Centre is proudly supported by The Hospital Research Foundation and is a key research function at the new RAH. It represents the very best translational health care in South Australia. Research that has reached clinical trials stage is so close to having potential to benefit patients through a new or improved treatments and interventions for various diseases and illnesses affecting our loved ones.

The Royal Adelaide Hospital provides a comprehensive range of clinical care.
The Royal Adelaide Hospital provides a comprehensive range of clinical care.

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We now have an office located in the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Our friendly team would love to speak with you about how you can become involved in finding cures and improving care.

Visit us at the office today or phone (08) 8244 0593.

Level 3
Port Road, Adelaide SA, 5000
RAH@hospitalresearch.com.au

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