Information for patients, families and the community on SA Health's electronic medical record – Sunrise EMR & PAS
Sunrise EMR & PAS, SA Health’s electronic medical record
SA Health is committed to protecting and improving the health of all South Australians by providing leadership in public health services (PDF 598KB), health and medical research, and policy development and planning.
Community wellbeing, illness prevention, early intervention and quality care are priorities for SA Health.
SA Health, by expanding its patient electronic medical record system to include more public hospitals and healthcare sites throughout the state, is demonstrating its commitment to improving health care delivery in South Australians.
SA Health's electronic medical record - Sunrise EMR & PAS
The patient electronic medical record used in South Australia is a state-based system called Sunrise EMR & PAS (Sunrise EMR).
Sunrise EMR is used at many of the state’s public hospitals and healthcare facilities where it replaces the need for paper-based medical record documents, and provides many benefits to patients and staff (PDF 225KB).
Visit a link to find out more about Sunrise EMR, and to access resources:
- For patients, families and community
- Aged and community care
- Private hospitals
- Training requirements for SA Health staff, agency staff and students on placements
Sites using the electronic medical record
The Sunrise system is currently active at a number of public healthcare sites:
Further healthcare sites are in scope to come online in the future.
General information about Sunrise EMR email healthEMR@sa.gov.au.
EMR training or bookings contact the EMR Project Training Team at Health.EMRtraining@sa.gov.au.