New Royal Adelaide to enter testing phase before commercial acceptance

The $2 billion new Royal Adelaide Hospital has reached technical completion after several delays, and will now enter a minimum 90-day testing and training period to ensure the landmark hospital is ready for patients.

South Australian Health Minister Jack Snelling announced yesterday that the hospital will begin to be stocked from today, with nearly 2000 pallets of equipment, technology and supplies arriving to be installed by logistics staff in the 800-bed facility.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Royal Adelaide Hospital, EPAS

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