Influenza is a serious illness. Pregnant women are strongly encouraged to protect themselves and their baby by getting the influenza vaccine, any time of the year.
Speak to your midwife or doctor today.Find out more
The Women's and Children's Health Network has a zero tolerance of violence against women, children and families.
Support and resources are available.Find out more
The Meningococcal B Immunisation Program commenced on 1 October 2018. The free vaccine is currently available to children aged six weeks up to four years.
A new WCH Taskforce has been established to guide the planning for a new Women's and Children's Hospital.
Everyone is at risk of heat-related illness during hot weather and extreme heat.
Some groups of people â€“ such as babies and young children, pregnant women, and those with chronic health conditions â€“ are more at risk than others and should be extra careful.
The Women's and Children's Hospital is marking an important milestone in our history.
Join with us in celebrating this South Australian icon and 140 years of caring.
At the Women's and Children's Hospital we are committed to making our services more relevant, accessible and culturally appropriate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We offer cultural support for inpatients, and external support services for Aboriginal families.