ACHA's Hospitals

Ashford Community Hospital, now known as Ashford Hospital was opened in 1950. It was originally a joint collaboration between Unley, Mitcham, West Torrens and Marion Councils, together with a group of doctors from the western suburbs.

Prior to this the site housed a small private hospital, which from 1935 was run by two nursing sisters and was later known as Ashford Private Hospital. This hospital was subsequently sold in 1950 to become the Ashford Community Hospital.

In 1995, Ashford Hospital was the first private hospital in the State to open an emergency department which now attends to over 10,000 patients each year. Ashford Hospital was also the first private hospital in South Australia to perform Cardiac Surgery.

Ashford Hospital
55 Anzac Highway, Ashford SA 5035
08 8375 5222

Opened in 1999 it is the most modern acute private hospital in Adelaide. The hospital is Adelaide's first and only purpose built private hospital on a teaching hospital campus linking it to a major university medical school and an internationally recognised public teaching hospital.

Flinders Private Hospital is constantly evolving to provide the very best in contemporary and innovative health care.

Flinders Private Hospital
1 Flinders Drive, Bedford Park SA 5042
08 8275 3333

Originally three large homes situated on a two and a half acre property, The Memorial Hospital was established by the SA Methodist Conference as a monument to veterans of World War I. The hospital's first patient was admitted in 1920.

The Memorial Hospital
Sir Edwin Smith Avenue, North Adelaide SA 5006
08 8366 3800

Since 2003, ACHA has enjoyed a contractual agreement with Healthscope Operations Pty Ltd that sees ACHA retain responsibility for strategic direction and governance while Healthscope takes care of daily management of operations.

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