We are a specialist facility for women's and children's health in Adelaide, South Australia. Please click on the navigation prompts on the main page for more information about the hospital, its location and the services available.
The Women's and Children's Hospital is a smoke-free health site.
The hospital complies with the SA Health Smoke-free policy, which bans smoking in all South Australian public health facilities.
Smoking is not permitted in hospital buildings or in outdoor areas within the hospital grounds.
For information on how to be smoke-free call the Quitline on 137848 or visit www.quitsa.org.au
Traffic restrictions during AFL matches at Adelaide Oval
The public are advised to be aware of temporary road closures and potential traffic congestion in North Adelaide around the Women's and Children's Hospital when AFL matches are played at the Adelaide Oval.
You should be prepared for potential delays, and in an emergency call 000.
Art is an important part of the landscape at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Through the Arts in Health program, supported by the Women's and Children's Hospital Foundation, there are regular art displays at the hospital, for the enjoyment and benefit of our patients, families and community.
The Arts in Health program aims to integrate arts into the Women's and Children's Hospital to improve people’s health and wellbeing.
One of the public artworks currently on display at the Women's and Children's Hospital is a 'whimsical house', created by artist James Parker.