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New Minister but ‘Demolition as Usual’ for Repat

Health Minister Peter Malinauskas has made it clear that he is as reckless as Jack Snelling as he bulldozes ahead with the closure of the Repat Hospital.

New Minister – Same Health chaos

Rookie Health Minister Peter Malinauskas has been hit with the departure of two key leaders in SA Health only weeks into his tenure as Health Minister.

Labor plays politics while hospital crisis continues

The State Liberals are demanding the Premier and Health Minister focus on solving South Australia’s health crisis as opposed to concentrating on Labor’s political problems.

Saving Modbury Hospital

The State Liberals have committed $20 million to the restoration of critical services and surgical capacity at the Modbury Hospital as a first step to undoing the damage inflicted on the hospital by Labor’s budget cuts.

Malinauskas must deal with RAH crisis

The first priority for rookie Health Minister Peter Malinauskas must be confronting the overcrowding crisis gripping the metropolitan hospitals and delay the imminent closure of the Repat Hospital.

Borderline Personality Disorder

The State Liberals will assist South Australians struggling with borderline personality disorder (BPD) by establishing a specialist statewide BPD Service if elected to office in March 2018.

Car Accident Victims pay for Labor’s Mismanagement

The State Liberals have expressed serious concern at the revelation that the Weatherill Government is downgrading the response to motor vehicle accidents as its latest crisis response to hospital overcrowding.

Relying on the Repat

As Adelaide’s hospital network is engulfed by crisis, the State Liberals have renewed their call for the Health Minister Jack Snelling to pause the planned closure of wards at the Repat.

Snelling’s hospital chaos

Health Minister Jack Snelling needs to apologise to South Australians for his disastrous decision to move the Royal Adelaide Hospital at the height of the flu season.

State Liberals commit to Renew the Repat

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will take action to guarantee the Repat Hospital site remains a health care precinct.