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Rehabilitation in the Riverland

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will pilot a community-based rehabilitation program in the Riverland, with a view to using this model to address the scourge of drugs in other parts of South Australia.

The day that should have “never ever” come

Today is a double day of shame as the shut down of the Repatriation General Hospital begins.

Liberals to secure hydrotherapy services

In a key commitment to health services in Murray Bridge, the State Liberals today announced that they will ensure the heated pool and spa at the Murray Bridge Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital remain open and operational if elected in March 2018.

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.

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.

Future of the Repat Site

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will ensure a genuine health precinct continues to operate on the site of the Repat Hospital.

Waiting for an emergency

A sharp decline in the number of emergency department patients dealt with within 4 hours is further evidence of the damage the Weatherill Government’s Transforming Health program has done to South Australia’s public hospitals.

Snelling shoots the messenger

The State Liberals have accused the Health Minister Jack Snelling of trying to shoot the messenger about increasing threats to patient safety as his Government pushes ahead with its controversial plan to open the new Royal Adelaide Hospital at the height of this year’s severe flu season.