Visit the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre

The safety and wellbeing of people in our hospital during COVID-19 means that there are restrictions for visitors.

To view other current SA Health visitor restrictions please click here

All patients, visitors and staff entering Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre (HRC) will need to either check in using the Government COVIDSafe mobile application or complete COVID-19 screening on arrival.   Masks may be required to be worn while on site and are available at screening desks at public entrances. 

All staff, visitors and patients will be required to wear a mask while at HRC from midnight on 15 July 2021.

We have also closed some entrances to the public. The best way to enter the hospital is through the entrance off/drop-off zone facing Hampstead Road.

If you need immediate medical attention, please attend the Emergency Department or visit your local GP.

Thank you for your understanding as we try and keep our community healthy.

Visiting hours

Visiting hours are 8.00 am to 8.00 pm, as rehabilitation therapy occurs throughout the day. Please speak to the nursing staff about the best time for you to visit.

If you are to visit outside these times, please negotiate with the nurse in charge.

It is important that visitors leave by 8.30 pm to ensure patients / clients have adequate rest, unless this has been arranged with the staff. Please observe any request by staff, regarding leaving the ward at any time.

Getting there

If you are travelling to the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre by bus see the Adelaide Metro website for bus timetables and routes.

Car parking

If you are travelling by car, parking is available onsite and rates are payable by the hour. A free short-term drop off and pick-up area is available near the main building.

If you are a volunteer or have to attend the hospital for frequent clinical reasons you can apply for a fee exemption.

For more information on car parking fees and exemptions:

Disabled access

The hospital is accessible for wheelchairs. Car parking spaces for people with disability permits are available in all patient and visitor car parks.

Public Wi-Fi

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.