Mental Health Services at Flinders Medical Centre
The Inner South Mental Health Service provides specialist emergency mental health services, acute inpatient care and ambulatory services for people living in the south of Adelaide.
There is a population of approximately 340,000 people in the southern metropolitan areas and 150,000 people in the inner southern area, with one in five people experiencing a mental health difficulty within their life.
Services are based at Flinders Medical Centre as well as off site.
Flinders Mental Centre:
Margaret Tobin Centre
Consultation Liaison Psychiatry (CLP)
Short Stay Unit
Centre for Anxiety Related Disorders (CARD)
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)
Statewide Gambling Services
Statewide Eating Disorder Service
Inner South Mental Health Service has access to specialist psychiatric adult inpatient beds and intensive care beds. It is actively involved in a training program for doctors taking up psychiatry as a specialty, and in numerous research, health promotion and academic endeavours.
If you are feeling unwell or think you are suffering from a mental health illness please contact your GP in the first instance or ring Mental Health Triage on 131 465 who can advise you on the best course of action.