The Modbury Hospital has been providing vital health care to its local community since it was established in 1973.
As part of the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network the hospital provides emergency care, elective surgery, medicine, outpatient and sub-acute services including rehabilitation, geriatric and palliative care to more than 400,000 residents of Adelaide’s north and north-eastern community.
Mask requirements — Staff and visitors are temporarily required to wear a mask while attending clinical areas on-site. Masks are available at all main entrances and in all clinical areas. This measure will be reviewed regularly and removed as soon as possible. For further see the COVID-19 information at NALHN page.
Modbury Hospital opened in 1973 and the Education Centre was built in 1979, followed by the Woodleigh House mental health unit in 1980.
Patient and visitor information
Advice for persons being admitted, visiting, or preparing to leaving the Modbury Hospital
Modbury Hospital is a 174 bed, acute care teaching hospital that provides inpatient, outpatient and emergency services