How to make healthy choices a part of every day life.
Information to help you understand and reduce your health risks.
Regular health checks and screening tests that can help you to stay healthy .
Simple things you can do to protect your health and the health of others.
Easy steps you can take to help reach and maintain a healthy weight for better health and wellbeing.
Get more out of life, feel better and live longer by eating healthy food - here's how!
Hints and tips for being active to help you feel better and increase your chances for a longer life.
Having a positive outlook can lead to a greater sense of wellbeing. See our tips for a healthy mind.
What you can do to make your home, school, workplace and local community healthier places to live, learn, work and play.
Take the 5 min Healthier Today quiz and set your goals for better health!
Walking is a great way to get in your daily 30 minutes of physical activity and it’s not just your body that benefits, the way you think and feel changes for the better too
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When your child was a baby, they may have been immunised to protect against certain preventable diseases. Now that they’re going off to kindy it’s time to boost their protection against diseases like whooping cough.
Use our Health Service Finder to find the services nearest you. Find GPs, Chemists, Physios, Chiropractors, hospitals and more.
Programs supporting health care in SA. Find blood, organ and tissue programs and more.
Clinical information to assist with patient care for a range of conditions.
When and how to notify SA Health, including notifable disease reporting.
Development and training programs for public and private health professionals.
Guidelines for referring patients to outpatient and other specialist health services.
Clinical policies, guidelines and standards to ensure patient safety and quality of care.
The gateway to information and knowledge resources for the SA Health workforce (SALUS)
When and how to notify SA Health of cases (including deaths) suspected of having or diagnosed with notifiable conditions.