Being a patient or visitor at Noarlunga Hospital
In response to the current COVID-19 situation, we are reducing visitors to our hospital. We will allow only one visitor/support person for a patient to ensure the safety of patients, visitors and staff.
Visitors must not enter our hospital if:
- You have been overseas in last 14 days
- You are unwell or have a fever, a cough, a sore throat or shortness of breath
We thank you for your understanding.
SA Health provides regular updates on COVID-19 (Coronavirus). For more information and resources, visit SA Health’s Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) webpage.
Admission to hospital can be a stressful event and Noarlunga Hospital staff and volunteers are there to help you. Feeling confident about your treatment is an important part of the healing process. We encourage you to ask questions and discuss with us any concerns you may have.
If you are preparing to come into hospital, you can use the Question Builder to help determine what question you need to ask.
‘Consent’ means agreeing to a proposed specific procedure after you have been given proper and sufficient explanation of the nature and likely consequences and risks of the procedure.
Public hospitals in South Australia follow legislative and SA Health guidelines relating to consent. Your consent must be given in writing before all operations, blood transfusions, radiotherapy treatment, examinations under anaesthetic and non-operative procedures of a serious nature. Written consent must also be given for the administration of local, spinal or general anaesthetic procedures.
If your capacity to make decisions is impaired and you have an Advance Care Directive (ACD), your substitute decision maker will be able to provide consent on your behalf.
For more information visit the SA Health Consent to medical treatment and healthcare page.
General and patient enquiries
Telephone: (08) 8384 9222
Fax: (08) 8326 3696