Research Strategy 2023-2028

CALHN’s Research Strategy 2023-2028 outlines our roadmap for nurturing top-tier talent, embracing innovative technologies and delivering enhanced patient outcomes.

Learn about our journey to world-class care and research. 

Reconciliation Action Plan

The Central Adelaide Local Health Network Reconciliation Action Plan has been developed to guide,
support and hold us accountable as we uphold our values and make reconciliation a reality.


Retired nurse returns to help

Retired nurse returns to help

Former nurse Terry retired with dreams of giving back. His former workplace was the perfect fit. The long-time rehabilitation nurse worked at the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre for nearly a decade until retiring in 2022. Before that he nursed for 19 years at...

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We’re recruiting

Join CALHN today to be part of a health system that is truly world-class.

We’re currently recruiting trainee medical officers, enrolled and registered nurses and allied health professionals to work across our network.

Interstate and international applicants are encouraged to apply. 



Helping patients thrive, not just survive: personal connection drives excellence in scientific research

Helping patients thrive, not just survive: personal connection drives excellence in scientific research

In this episode of the Our People podcast, we speak to Alia Cibich, who is the Clinical Data Manager at the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, a statewide service delivered by the Central Adelaide Local Health Network.Each year around 50 South Australians will receive a...

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World-class research

Investing in world-class research supports our strategic ambition to deliver world-class care to the community.

Learn more about our research focus, who we partner with and the community events we run.

Get access to our latest research news and publications.

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Consumer feedback

We are committed to providing safe and high-quality healthcare to all, with your feedback vital to ensuring we continue to improve and provide better services to the community. 
Let us know your suggestions, compliments, complaints and advice about any CALHN site or service.

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Careers at CALHN

Join CALHN and work for a world-class health service based in one of the world’s most liveable cities.

We are currently recruiting across all healthcare professions, with generous incentives available. Interstate and international applicants encouraged to apply.

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World-class care

Our sites and services cover metropolitan hospital sites, including the Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, as well as Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre and Glenside Health Services.

We also provide state wide services across South Australia incorporating SA Pathology, BreastScreen SA and more.

Find out more about what we provide and see our visitor guidelines for all sites. 

Central Adelaide LHN acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional owners of the lands on which its sites are located. We respect their spiritual relationship with their country and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to living Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today.



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