Visitor Information

We understand how important family and friends are to recovery. We will try to minimise interruptions, but do require patients to participate in therapy sessions.

In line with SA Health advice, our visitor restrictions have been updated to one adult visitor per patient at a time.

Please note:

  • One adult visitor per patient at a time, no children aged 16 years and under
  • Masks (supplied on arrival) are to be worn at all times whilst in the hospital
  • Visitors are encouraged to keep visits brief and remain within patient room
  • Maintain social distancing during your visit
  • Do not attend the hospital if you are unwell
  • Use hand sanitiser on arrival and departure
  • Attend compulsory screening on arrival

Please note: This is subject to change as we are guided by the latest SA Health advice.

COVID-Safe Check-In

As part of the hospital COVID-Safe Plan, it is a requirement that all visitors and patients check in on arrival. This has been introduced as a COVID-19 Contact Tracing platform to streamline the screening process for ALL people entering our hospital. When you next attend our hospital you will be prompted to complete the online screening process via your mobile device prior to entry.

COVID Screening – Patients, Visitors and Contractors

In addition to completing the COVID-Safe Check-In, all patients, visitors and contractors will be required to meet our screening requirements prior to entry:

  • Patients will continue to complete a comprehensive screening questionnaire on admission
  • Visitors and contractors will be asked a series of screening questions on arrival

Digital Drop-Ins

When preparing for your stay with us, you are welcome to bring along your mobile phone, tablet or iPad so that your loved ones can drop in for a visit- digitally. Whether you use FaceTime, Whatsapp, Skype, Zoom or any other video application, our friendly staff are here to help you stay connected while visitors are restricted.

Ask our staff about other ways you can stay connected with your loved ones during your hospital stay.

Griffith Rehabilitation Hospital
13 Dunrobin Road, Hove SA 5048

Phone: 08 8179 4200
Fax: 08 8377 0543

There can be a risk of food poisoning when food is not properly prepared, transported or stored. Additionally some patients may require modified textured foods or thickened fluids. If you wish to bring in any food or alcohol, please speak to the nursing staff.

Parking is available within the hospital grounds with surrounding street parking also available.

Bus services are available with bus stops on Dunrobin Road close to Griffith Rehabilitation Hospital.

Hove train station is located two blocks south from Griffith Rehabilitation Hospital.

For public transport timetables please visit Adelaide Metro.

Pets are permitted within the hospital grounds and must be kept under control. With the exception of guide dogs or assistance dogs, pets are not permitted within the hospital building.

Griffith Rehabilitation Hospital is a ‘Smoke Free’ facility. Smoking is not permitted within the grounds or the interior of the hospital.

If you would like further assistance in how to stop smoking contact your General Practitioner, or call Quitline® on 13 78 48.

®Quitline is a registered trademark of The Cancer Council Victoria.

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