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The move to the new Hospital approaches

 

August 2017

A television commercial that showcases the new Royal Adelaide Hospital has begun airing on free TV as part of a community awareness campaign to ensure South Australians know how the move to the new RAH could impact on them.

The launch of the advertisement came as the State’s leading doctors, nurses and paramedics called on South Australians to be patient as the ramp-down phase of the heavily anticipated move to the new hospital approaches.

The six week ramp-down, which has been planned by and is being coordinated by the state’s top clinical minds, will see some non-urgent elective surgery postponed and some inpatients moved to hospitals within an hour's reach of Adelaide if deemed clinically safe and appropriate to do so.

With just days to go until key services begin to ramp down ahead of the move, hospital staff are asking the public for their support and patience in the coming weeks.

Vital information about the ramp-down will be delivered to the community via an education campaign across TV, radio, print and online. Community information sessions and a mail out to the local areas will also be done.

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