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Liberal palliative care policy

A Marshall Liberal Government will invest $16 million in extending community outreach palliative care to a 24-hour, seven days a week service as the first step in a strategy to more effectively support people in the final stages of their life.

Liberal commitment to Suicide Prevention Networks

The Liberal Party has committed $2.5 million over four years to support the vital work of the State’s Suicide Prevention networks and associated voluntary groups working in postvention, if elected to Government on 17 March.

Labor's health hub promise is an election alibi

The State Liberals are warning that the Labor proposal for a $30 million “health hub” across the road from the new Royal Adelaide Hospital should be treated with an enormous dose of skepticism. 

Liberal $40 million pledge to tackle surgery backlog

The State Liberals will invest $40 million to tackle the massive blowout in South Australia’s overdue elective surgery waiting list.

Focus on Mental Health Care at RAH

The State Liberals are calling for an immediate safety audit of the mental health ward at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and have pledged to fully resource the Coroner’s office to facilitate the investigation of the recent death of a patient at the RAH.

Labor leaves elderly residents at serious risk

The failure of the Weatherill Government to install fire sprinklers at a Country Health SA aged care facility in Kingston is an absolute disgrace and another example of why this 16- year old government needs to be kicked out of office on March 17.

Liberals promise new mental health facilities

A Marshall Liberal Government will establish a separate facility for older people with severe mental health issues in each of the three metropolitan health networks.

Ramping puts pressure on Xenophon's health 'policy'

Yesterday’s chaotic conditions at Adelaide Emergency Departments highlights the danger of Nick Xenophon’s promise to delay reform of South Australia’s ailing health system until after a Royal Commission.

X equals health cuts

Nick Xenophon’s plan to cut South Australia’s health budget is even more reckless than his absurd pledge to establish a Royal Commission into the health system.

Healing health services in the south

A Marshall Liberal Government will undo damage inflicted on Noarlunga Hospital by Labor’s disastrous Transforming Health policy as part of a wider plan to restore vital hospital services across Adelaide.