Wellness and Wellbeing Minister Stephen Wade on Sunday declared the completion of phase a person of a $three.5 million paediatric crisis division up grade at the WCH.
It is portion of a $50 million sustainment job which will ensure SA youngsters go on to get superior high-quality care though the Federal government ideas to make a wholly new WCH, he claimed.
“We are dedicated to investing in infrastructure to superior help the health and fitness and wellbeing of youthful South Australians,” Mr Wade claimed.
“These substantial upgrades will enable our entire world-class clinicians to … present the best high-quality care though we system.”
The upgraded crisis division has an improved triage area, refurbished scientific help spots and larger ready spots. It will be concluded by mid-2020.
It came as Opposition health and fitness spokesman Chris Picton introduced an picture taken inside the Royal Adelaide Hospital that depicted a whiteboard displaying an “internal ramping” technique, inquiring personnel to familiarise them selves with locations and exactly where to uncover drinking water bottles.
Mr Wade claimed the whiteboard note was a reference to help for ambulance personnel if their motor vehicles have been ramped outside on sizzling days.
“The signboard is a precaution advising SAAS personnel exactly where they can have a drink and relaxation inside during sizzling days if ramping happens,” he claimed.