The Modbury Hospital has been providing vital health care to its local community since it was established in 1973. As part of the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network the hospital provides emergency care, elective surgery, medicine, outpatient and sub-acute services including rehabilitation, geriatric and palliative care to more than 400,000 residents of Adelaide’s north and north-eastern community.
In order to slow the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) visitor limits have been put in place, please see our Visitor guide (PDF 367KB) for up to date information.
Modbury Hospital Redevelopment Project
Modbury Hospital has undergone many developments over the years and is currently undergoing a $98 million redevelopment.
New carparking arrangements for Modbury Hospital
As from 31 March 2021 the re-instated High Dependency Unit, new front entrance and kiosk at Modbury Hospital will be open.
Patients and Visitors to the hospital will notice a new driveway into the hospital for drop-offs and pick-ups and some changes to the carpark.
Redevelopment at the Modbury Hospital will continue with building well under way on a new 20 bed Palliative Care Unit and a Short Stay General Medical unit which are due for completion in early 2022.
People who visit a number of SA Health sites will now have access to free Wi-Fi. For more information, go to the Public Wi-Fi page.
Modbury Hospital is a 174 bed, acute care teaching hospital that provides inpatient, outpatient and emergency services
Modbury Hospital opened in 1973 and the Education Centre was built in 1979, followed by the Woodleigh House mental health unit in 1980.