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Information for the community – Updated guidelines from 20 July 2021
Acknowledgement
The Women's and Children's Hospital is located on the traditional lands for the Kaurna people, and we respect their spiritual relationship with their Country. We also acknowledge that the Kaurna people are the custodians of the Adelaide region, and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of people who have passed away.

A-Z Services

Telephones, Internet and TV

Free-to-air television (at no cost) is available for both women and children staying at the hospital. Free Wi-Fi is available within clinical and public areas. Numerous pay phone options are available. There are some restrictions on mobile phone use.

The Breathing Space

The Breathing Space is the only respiratory health and disease referral centre for children (aged 0-18 years) in SA and the NT. We specialise in assessing and treating all types of respiratory disease, and provide specialised lung function testing.

The Lung Lab

The Lung Lab provides lung function testing services to both inpatients and outpatients of the WCH, and also services the wider community through GP and specialist referrals.

Toxinology

The Toxinology Department provides a consultant clinical toxinology service to doctors, hospitals, poisons information centres and antivenom producers nationwide.

Transition To Professional Practice Program for Registered Midwives 2022

The Transition to Professional Practice Program (TPPP RM) at the Women's and Children's Hospital provides the newly registered Midwife with an opportunity to gain Midwifery experience, knowledge and clinical skills as they start their professional career.

Transition to Adult Services (Preparing for Adult Services)

We use the word "transition" to describe the process of planning and moving on from the WCH to an adult health care team. Transition is a gradual process and your health team may start discussing this with you at around 14 to 16 years of age.