About Calvary Adelaide Hospital
Calvary has an exciting project underway in Adelaide, with the construction of the new $345 million 12 story Calvary Adelaide Hospital located on the corner of Pulteney and Angas Streets, Adelaide.
The hospital will co-locate the services currently provided at Calvary Wakefield and Calvary Rehabilitation hospitals into South Australia’s largest ever private hospital.
The new state-of-the-art Calvary Adelaide Hospital has capacity for 344 beds with 16 operating theatres and the State’s only privately-owned 24-hour emergency department.
Patients will have single-occupancy rooms with ensuite bathrooms while a rehabilitation wing will offer a hydrotherapy pool and mobility garden.
It will also be home to a custom-designed Hybrid Theatre, combining an operating theatre and radiology suite to diagnose and treat patients faster.
The new hospital will offer the community the most comprehensive range of services ever delivered by a private hospital in Adelaide including orthopaedic, cardiac, neurosurgical and rehabilitation specialities.
Around 700 hospital staff will relocate to the new facility. Over time due to the larger size of the Calvary Adelaide Hospital, Calvary will increase its workforce to meet demand.
Calvary Adelaide Hospital is owned by Adelaide-based developer Commercial & General and under construction with building contractor John Holland Constructions.
Calvary Health Care will hold a 30-year lease on the new building, which is owned by Commercial & General as part of the Healthcare Wholesale Property Fund – a joint venture with ASX-listed DEXUS.