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The New Royal Adelaide Hospital Seems To Have All The Bells And Whistles - Except One?

September 12th, 2017 by davidmore
This appeared last week:New Royal Adelaide Hospital opens: CIO talks clinical collaboration and cool techLynne Minion | 06 Sep 2017 As the emergency department treated its first patients and the wards continued to be filled yesterday, the much anticipated, $2.4 billion, high-tech Royal Adelaide Hospital was officially open for business. Since Monday more than 300 patients have been transported the short journey along North Terrace from the old RAH in a fleet of 16 ambulances and an ambulance bus, while the new 65-cubicle emergency department accepted its first patient a walk-in just after 7am yesterday. Following a decade of controversy, including a delay of 17 months, cost blow-outs, political infighting and construction fatalities, the mammoth task of relocating South Australias flagship hospital will be complete today when the last patient is transferred. For Executive Director and CIO at SA Health Bill Le Blanc, the man responsible for implementing the technologies in...

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