Welcome to the
Central Northern Adelaide Health Service
Led by some of the nation’s pre-eminent health professionals, the Central Northern Adelaide Health Service is proud to support South Australians to get healthy, and stay healthy!
The Central Northern Adelaide Health Service (CNAHS) is the largest of South Australia’s health regions, employing more than 15,000 staff across around 200 separate health units and services.
The region brings together four major acute hospitals (Royal Adelaide, Lyell McEwin, The Queen Elizabeth and Modbury Hospitals), along with significant mental health and primary health care services. The region also delivers all of South Australia’s public pathology services, two major state-wide health services (BreastScreen SA and the SA Dental Service) and has an annual operating budget in excess of $1.7billion.
The CNAHS region covers 39 Statistical Local Areas, 14 Local Government Areas and boasts a population of more than 760,000 residents – around half of the South Australia’s entire population!
Each day, our team of more than 15,000 health care professionals works in partnership with clients, stakeholders, the government, partner organisations and the community to provide the best possible acute and primary health care, education, research and health information services.