Repat site

Reactivating the Repat – Have your say

South Australians are invited to have their say on which health care services they would like to see on the revitalised Repat site.

Three concepts have been developed for consideration and feedback, following initial engagement with key community groups and clinicians.

The concepts are an indicative guide on the type of services that may work on the site, and each one has a particular focus on the type of services that could be provided.

Join the conversation and complete the online poll on the YourSAy website by Sunday 16 September.

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Reactivating the Repat – Expression of Interest

An Expression of Interest process is open to identify private and non-government organisations interested in partnering with SA Health in delivering a range of health and wellbeing related services to maximise the reactivation opportunities the Repat presents.

Private and non-government organisations are encouraged to submit details on the experience, skills and capabilities they have in delivering these services and how they can work with SA Health to deliver on the community’s objectives for the site.

All proponents are invited to attend an industry briefing and site tour that will showcase the features, benefits and opportunities for use that the site presents. The date and time of the visit will be confirmed following registration of attendance via

Formal Expression of Interest submissions must be received by SA Health by 2.00pm on Friday 14 September 2018.

View the Reactivating the Repat Health Precinct Expression of Interest document (PDF 1MB).

If submitting an Expression of Interest, please complete a Proponent Details Form (PDF 78KB) and return with your submission.

The Expression of Interest process is the next step towards finalising a Master Plan for the Repat as part of the State Government’s commitment to deliver the best health care site for South Australians.

Repat hydrotherapy pool

The Repat hydrotherapy pool is a valuable rehabilitation service for hundreds of residents in the southern suburbs.

The Repat pool recently re-opened and is accessible to patients from services across the south and community groups with a focus on health and wellness.

For more information, please contact Seamus Smith from the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network’s Rehabilitation, Aged and Palliative Care Division on (08) 8404 2250.

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