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The Hospital Research Foundation Group provides grants for vital medical research, equipment and patient care projects across all public hospitals, universities and medical research centres in South Australia.

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We support more than 50 areas of disease and illness, from birth to end of life.

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See Our Impact

The Hospital Research Foundation Group funds more than 50 areas of medical research and patient care across all South Australian public hospitals, universities and medical research centres.

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Community Stories

Hear from the people who benefit from our support.

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Hospitals and Facilities

For more than 55 years The Hospital Research Foundation Group has supported translational medical research and healthcare initiatives in South Australia.

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Services

At The Hospital Research Foundation Group, we are proud to offer a range of services for South Australians who are impacted by disease and illness.

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Latest News

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Urgent Care, Close To Home For Kids

South Australian families can now receive paediatric emergency care from the comfort of their own homes!

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World Asthma Day - What Drives Asthma And How Can We Stop It?

We’re highlighting the ongoing fight against asthma, giving hope to the 1 in 9 Australians living daily with this chronic lung disease.

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Parkinson's ACT

Parkinson’s ACT Joins The Hospital Research Foundation Group

The partnership will focus on expanding and enhancing client support services, programs and research.

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Hip Hip Hooray – Improving Outcomes for Hip Replacement Patients

Dr Stuart Callary is developing automated software that identifies poor-performing implants earlier to improve the long-term outlook for those with a hip replacement.

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