Action on Cardiac Services at TQEH

The State Liberals today announced a $6.5 million investment to secure cardiac services at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

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.

International conference highlights Labor’s TQEH cardiac lunacy

At the very time that Labor is closing down the cardiac inpatient unit at the TQEH, an international conference has highlighted the world class care it delivers to the western suburbs, the epicentre of cardiac disease in South Australia.

Western suburbs heart attack central

The Weatherill Government’s plan to drastically reduce cardiology services at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital flies in the face of the latest data on the incidence of heart attacks in Adelaide.

Weatherill Government plans to stack up TQEH do not stack up

A multi-party Select Committee has unanimously called on the Weatherill Government to stop, postpone and recast its plans to compress Hampstead rehabilitation services into the TQEH site.

Libs turn up heat on QEH air con disaster

The cancellation of hundreds of elective surgery procedures at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the past fortnight has prompted the State Liberals to call for plans to change services at the QEH to be re-examined.

Disability Advocates reject Minister's claims that TQEH will be better

Disability advocates today rejected Health Minister Snelling’s claim that the Government’s plans for rehabilitation services at the QEH are better than what they are currently receiving at Hampstead.

Western suburbs residents say lives will be lost

Western suburbs residents say lives will be lost if cardiac services are shifted from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. 

Public meeting to voice concerns over cuts to the QEH

Western suburbs residents concerned about the State Government’s plan to downgrade cardiac and other health services at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital will attend a public meeting today convened by Shadow Health Minister Stephen Wade MLC, Independent MLC John Darley and Senator Nick Xenophon.

Petition to keep cardiac services at The QEH - 10 News

 Community join the state opposition in calls to change the government's Transforming health plan