The Lyell McEwin Hospital (LMH) is a major tertiary hospital located north of Adelaide, South Australia that provides medical, surgical, diagnostic, emergency and support services.
LMH is part of the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN), which delivers services to a population of more than 400,000 people living in Adelaide's north and north-eastern suburbs.
Opening as a small country hospital in 1959, LMH is today recognised as a leading teaching institution for health care professionals. It works closely with the Muna Paiendi Aboriginal Community Health Centre, located on site.
LMH is a major hospital for emergency, complex and multi-day surgery, as well as providing day surgery and other procedures.
$58million is being invested in the Lyell McEwin Hospital to expand and revitalise the emergency department (ED) and build an 8-bed Mental Health Short Stay Unit (MHSS).
Opening as a small country hospital in 1959, Lyell McEwin Hospital is today the premier hospital of the northern metropolitan area
Patient and visitor information
Advice for persons being admitted, visiting, or preparing to leaving the Lyell McEwin Hospital
Services at LMH
Lyell McEwin Hospital (LMH) services: 24 hour Emergency, cardiology, orthopaedics, respiratory, stroke/neurology, general medicine, surgery & more
Lyell McEwin Hospital has a long history of volunteering and is supported by the LMH Foundation which encourages research and staff education