Health services and facilities at SALHN
At the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network (SALHN) we provide healthcare for more than 350,000 people who mainly live in southern Adelaide. We also care for people from regional South Australia, the Northern Territory and New South Wales.
- Flinders Medical Centre
A beginning of life to end-of-life hospital, co-located with Flinders University and Flinders Private Hospital. This unique location creates a biomedical precinct rich with partnerships, research and holistic health care.
- Noarlunga Hospital
Providing specialised dementia and geriatric services and is the flagship older person’s care hub in the south. Noarlunga Hospital’s services are also adapting to the growing needs of the wider community including continuing the development of a health precinct for mothers and babies.
- GP Plus Health Care Centres
Located at Aldinga and Marion, the centres comprise a variety of health services including resident agencies and visiting services.
- GP Plus Super Clinic
Located at Noarlunga, the clinic provides a range of health promotion, disease prevention, early intervention, treatment and specialist medical services.
- Jamie Larcombe Centre
The state-wide centre for Veteran’s Mental Health located within the Glenside Health Precinct.
- Aboriginal Family Clinics
Located at Noarlunga and Clovelly Park, clinics provide health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
- Drug & Alcohol Service South Australia
Provides a state-wide alcohol and other drug treatment services.
- Repat Health Precinct
Located at Daw Park, services include sub-acute rehabilitation and community mental health services.
We have six clinical divisions within SALHN:
- Medicine, Cardiac and Critical Care
- Surgery and Perioperative Medicine
- Rehabilitation, Aged Care and Palliative Care
- Mental Health
- Women’s and Children’s.
The sixth division is Allied Health, Intermediate Care and Aboriginal Health, which provides clinical services across the divisions as well as a number of ambulatory, community and primary-health services.
Key network services support clinical divisions:
- Corporate Governance and Risk
- Clinical Governance
We partner with several private providers across multiple sites to deliver services and also provide home-based services.
Our core health services include medical, surgical, rehabilitation, aged care, palliative care, mental health, allied health, Aboriginal health and women’s and children’s services, ranging from acute to primary health services.
Our state-wide services include liver transplant and adult cochlear implant services, eye bank, adult eating disorder service, gambling therapy, veteran’s mental health, older persons mental health, obstetric trauma and Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia.
Our affiliated services include Flinders Private Hospital, the Metropolitan Referral Unit, the Artificial Limb Scheme, Flinders Reproductive Medicine and McLaren Vale and Districts War Memorial Hospital.
Being a leading research and teaching organisation, we provide a clinical environment for medical, nursing and midwifery and allied health research.
More information: SALHN Strategic Direction Map 2019-2024 (PDF 2.1MB).
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