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Your right to information, to decide about your care, to consent to treatment, to receive appropriate care and for confidentiality
See Visitor guidelines on the CALHN website.
For patients and visitors needing accommodation there are many suitable choices close to the hospital. For more information visit the SA Tourism website.
People who visit a number of SA Health sites will now have access to free Wi-Fi. For more information, go to the Public Wi-Fi page.
All patient and visitor parking is now in the new multi-deck car park, which can be accessed via Woodville Rd. There are also other car parking areas close to the hospital. More information about car parking fees is available on the metropolitan hospitals car parking page.
The hospital is wheelchair accessible and there are toilets for people with disability. Please ask at Reception.
A dedicated disabled park is provided at Gate 2 northern side of the hospital. A row of disabled parking is also available in the southern visitor’s car park at Gate 5 on the Emergency side of the hospital.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is serviced by a wide range of bus services depending on the time and day. Buses travel between the city and the Port Adelaide area along Port Road. The routes are 150, 155, 157 (excluding 157X).Bus stop 21 is located near the intersection of Woodville and Port Roads.
Transit Link and Circle Line buses stop at Bus Stop 219 outside the hospital on Woodville Road. These include route numbers 100, 101, J7 and 300.
For more information about local bus services and bus timetables, please visit the Adelaide Metro website.
Visitors can also travel to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital by utilising the Adelaide to Grange rail line to the Woodville Station on Glenys Nunn Drive just 80 metres from Woodville Road. From Woodville Road regular public bus services can be accessed to travel the remaining 900 metres to the hospital.
For more information about local train services and train timetables, please visit the Adelaide Metro website.
Adelaide Independent Taxi - telephone: 13 22 11
Suburban Taxi - telephone: 131 008
Yellow Cab Co - telephone: 13 22 27
If patients are transported to or from hospital by ambulance, or between hospitals at their request, they will be responsible for payments of any SA Ambulance Service accounts for transport.
The Friends of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital is a not-for-profit, volunteer organisation introduced in 1959, and still going strong today.
Learn more about how we support the hospital, our services and how to apply to become a volunteer.