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A Thank You to Friends

As a small and dedicated band of volunteers, the Friends of the Repat Hospital consistently rise to the occasion to support the services provided by the Repatriation General Hospital (RGH). read more

Uplifting Patients with Music

The Repat Foundation – The Road Home’s Music in the Wards Program is a significant part of the clinical setting at the Repatriation General Hospital (RGH) aiding the healing process for patients. We caught up with Michael Nietz, Clinical Services Coordinator from the RGH’s Ward 1 Geriatric Evaluation and Management Unit (GEM) to find out about the importance of this program in his area of work. read more

Research Brings New Hope for Prostate Cancer Treatment

In 2016, it is estimated that 18,138 males will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.* This includes many of the men who serve to protect our country – our defence force, emergency first responders and veterans. Medical Oncologist Dr Ganessan Kichenadasse, who is based at Repatriation General Hospital and Flinders Medical Centre, is determined to play his part in the fight against the devastating disease. read more