Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre

Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre

Eligibility:
Referral required from a hospital or medical practitioner. Admission criteria apply
Fees:
According to health insurance status
Access:
Wheelchair access, Disability toilets, Disability parking
Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre is a campus of Royal Adelaide Hospital. It is a 150-bed facility which provides clinical rehabilitation services for people suffering from traumatic brain injury, stroke, other neurological and medical disorders, spinal cord injury, orthopaedic conditions and amputations.
Information
Services
  • Brain Injury Rehabilitation Services - including inpatient, community and home-based rehabilitation at Felixstow and Fullarton, and tele-rehabilitation service for rural and remote clients using video-conference facilities
  • Centre for Physical Activity in Ageing - physical rehabilitation, health promotion, scientific research and educational programs
  • Geriatric and Rehabilitation Medicine Service - inpatient rehabilitation with emphasis on neurological disorders, particularly strokes, short term recovery and crisis care especially for dementia
  • Orthopaedic, Amputee and Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Service - inpatient rehabilitation following limb amputation, orthopaedic surgery, burns
  • Renal dialysis unit
  • South Australian Spinal Cord Injury Service - inpatient rehabilitation following spinal cord injury
Last updated: 02/07/2017
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