About Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital
Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital in Adelaide South Australia, is a modern, purpose-built 65-bed facility in Walkerville that provides inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services.
We are the largest private rehabilitation hospital in South Australia and have a significant number of allied health and medical professionals with expertise in rehabilitation medicine.
Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital is a progressive healthcare organisation that is committed to restoring your quality of life to its optimal level and guiding you along your road to recovery.
In addition to our hospital-based care, we also have a Calvary Community rehabilitation service, that offers outpatient programs to complement the inpatient programs.
Our teams of dedicated, specialist staff offer a variety of rehabilitation programs providing you with the care, therapy and support needed to assist you towards attaining maximum independence and functionality, and regain quality of life.
In consultation with you, we establish an individual plan of therapy and together set goals for your recovery. A medical specialist in rehabilitation oversees your patient therapy program and monitors your progress in conjunction with our specialist teams.
Originally a gracious mansion named “The Grove” constructed in 1864, the mansion became a private hospital in 1994, and was purchased under the name of ‘College Grove Private Hospital’ in June 2006 by Little Company of Mary Health Care. From June 2010 the hospital was renamed “Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital”.
Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital is a Catholic not-for-profit organisation, investing its returns to improve and develop facilities, staff and services for the continuing benefit of the community.
Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital Executive Team
If you would like to contact the Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital Executive Team, please call 08 8168 5700.
Community Advisory Council
Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital actively engages with consumers in the provision of best practice rehabilitation, including regular focus groups for specific therapy programs and a consumer advisory group who meet quarterly to discuss patient feedback, review patient brochures and discuss program developments and safety and quality data.