EPAS three years overdue and $240 million overbudget

The Weatherill Government’s failed hospital patient record computer system (EPAS) is now three years - 1095 days - behind schedule and is at least $240 million over-budget.

Half a hospital will come at twice the price

The postponed construction of a new Children’s Hospital is the collateral damage of Labor’s mismanagement of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital project, State Liberals claim.

Labor’s Women’s and Children’s nursery rhyme

The State Liberals are warning South Australians that the Weatherill Government’s imminent announcement of a new Women’s and Children’s Hospital is more political fantasy from a government addicted to re-announcements.

Labor’s political health on the operating table

The Weatherill Government’s pre-election budget spending on health is a desperate ploy to limit the political damage caused by its toxic Transforming Health budget cuts.

Second major backflip on health

SA Government has performed its second major backflip on health in two days - scrapping plans to scale back services at The QEH.

Better Prevention

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will support community-wide health and prevention services with the aim of reaching all South Australians.

Elder abuse report highlights Government failure

The release of a landmark report into elder abuse has highlighted the Weatherill Government’s failure to have effective reporting mechanisms in place to protect residents of Oakden from elder abuse.

$1 million for South Australian Healthy Towns Challenge launched in Port Pirie

State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall today launched the South Australian Healthy Towns Challenge policy – a $1 million investment in preventative healthcare.

Public patients placed in private hospitals

The State Liberals are calling on the Health Minister Jack Snelling to reveal the cost of his plan to use private hospitals to treat public patients during the up-coming move to the nRAH.

Labor’s culture of cover-up

In the wake of documents leaked to the ABC showing senior health bureaucrats were warned early last year about well-established patterns of inappropriate care at the disgraced Oakden nursing home [1], the State Liberals have renewed their demand that Minister Vlahos and Minister Snelling open up their office records to a full independent forensic audit.