Adelaide Dental Hospital
The Adelaide Dental Hospital has moved to North Terrace. See our frequently asked questions for more information.
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The Adelaide Dental Hospital is a SA Health facility located on levels 10, 11 and 12 of the University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building, on the corner of North Terrace and George Street,
Adelaide, South Australia
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The Adelaide Dental Hospital will ensure staff, students and patients have access to dental facilities, located in the heart of the largest health and biomedical research precinct in the southern hemisphere.
The Adelaide Dental Hospital is located between SAHMRI (South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute) and the University of South Australia building.
Information kiosks and an Information Service desk are located on the ground floor of the University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building to help you find your way to the Adelaide Dental Hospital.
Disability drop off and pick up
Two 10-minute loading zones and four two-hour disability parking bays are located on the south-side of North Terrace, directly opposite the University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building and in close proximity to the pedestrian crossing.
Two 15-minute restricted access parking bays are located at the back of the University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building, on the lower ground level. These parking bays are accessible via George Street, off North Terrace. The lower ground level entrance into the building is signed and leads directly to the lifts to access the Adelaide Dental Hospital on levels 10,11 and 12.
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The Adelaide Dental Hospital has bus, tram and rail networks nearby. For the most up-to-date public transport information, please call the Adelaide Metro InfoLine on 1300 322 108 or visit the Adelaide Metro website.
The Adelaide Dental Hospital is located approximately 400 metres west of the Adelaide Railway Station on North Terrace, with a footpath connecting the two sites.
The Adelaide Railway Station is the central terminus of the Adelaide Metro railway system, which includes the Seaford, Gawler, Outer Harbor, Belair, Grange and Tonsley lines.
Rail passengers can transfer to tram services, utilising a tram stop located directly in front of the Adelaide Railway Station on North Terrace.
The Adelaide Metro tramline extends from the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Port Road, Hindmarsh, via the city centre, through to Glenelg Beach.
The new Adelaide Dental Hospital is located approximately 50 metres West of the City West Tram Stop.
Buses travel frequently along North Terrace and Morphett Street, with the nearest bus stops including:
- Stop X1 on North Terrace (south side), located directly in front of the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building on the opposite side of the road.
- Stop B2 on North Terrace (north side), stops out front of the Royal Adelaide Hospital approximately, 240 metres to the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building.
- Stop X1 on Morphett Street (west side) and stop C1 Morphett Street (east side), located approximately 250 metres to the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building.
- You can also map your own journey using the Adelaide Metro website.
Offsite car parks
A number of commercially owned multi-storey car parks are located within close vicinity of the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building. These include:
- Adelaide Convention Centre (approximately 200m)
Location: North Terrace, Adelaide
Contact: (08) 8212 4099
- Wilson Parking (approximately 300m)
Location: 189/207 Hindley St, Adelaide SA 5000
Contact: (08) 8419 4500
Open: Mon – Thurs 6am-3am, Fri – Sun 24 hrs
- UPark on Light Square (Tafe SA) (approximately 400m)
Location: Light Square, 22-140 Currie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Contact: (08) 82037203
As the largest capital works project in the University of Adelaide’s 140-year history, the Health and Medical Sciences Building will support 500 medicine, nursing and dentistry students every year and host more than 400 health sciences researchers.
The building has been designed to transform the way students learn, enhance the student experience and prepare future health care leaders for professional practice.
The Adelaide Dental Hospital is located in the South Australian Health and Biomedical Precinct which includes the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute and University of Adelaide Medical School and University of South Australia’s Health Innovation Centre.
For more information about the Adelaide Dental Hospital, including a map of access to the site, visit SA Dental Services