Healthcare in Adelaide

In line with all Australian cities, Adelaide has modern, well-equipped hospitals with excellent, highly trained staff. There are also a number of quality teaching hospitals in Adelaide and many of the city's hospitals are connected to a university.

Australia's public healthcare system, Medicare, provides subsidised or fully-funded medical treatment to those who qualify. Citizens of Australia and New Zealand, as well as holders of certain visa categories, are usually eligible for these services. Those on shorter-term visas will usually not be covered under Medicare and will need to take out private health insurance instead.


Hospitals in Adelaide

Flinders Medical Centre

www.flinders.sa.gov.au
Address: Flinders Drive, Bedford Park

Lyell McEwin Hospital

www.transforminghealth.sa.gov.au
Address: Haydown Road, Elizabeth Vale

The Memorial Hospital

www.thememorialhospital.org.au
Address: Sir Edwin Smith Avenue, North Adelaide 

Parkwynd Private Hospital

www.parkwyndprivatehospital.com.au
Address: 137 East Terrace

St Andrew's Hospital

www.stand.org.au
Address: 350 South Terrace

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