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Our Mission

The Hospital Research Foundation Group exists to deliver hope through life-changing medical research, improved care in our hospitals and support services in the community.

THRF

Our mission is to have a healthy community and wellbeing for everyone

Fighting to save lives and improve care

We conduct and deliver a progressive research and grants program that is sustainable, promotes collaboration and delivers impact for the community.

Our Group model allows us to be efficient with our administration, so that more funds go to the areas most in need.

We collaborate in order to maximise the impact we can have in the community. We truly do believe: we are stronger together.

Roslyne Harkness – Roslyne beats stroke with life saving new treatment
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Research Areas

The Hospital Research Foundation Group supports world-class medical research and patient care activities from pregnancy to end-of-life and all the devastating diseases in between.

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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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See Our Impact

Stroke video Wallaroo

Upskilling Regional Clinicians In Identifying Stroke

A new training video has been created for regional clinicians to better identify the symptoms of stroke

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Pregnancy

Push For Omega-3 Testing In Pregnant Women To Prevent Premature Births

Low levels of Omega-3 proven to be a key risk factor for premature births

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Makutiro Masavuli   BHI   hepatitis   virology

World Hepatitis Day

Hepatitis causes inflammation and damage to the liver, and is a leading cause of liver disease.

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Chris Picton and Olivia Nassaris Parkinson's nurses

$2.5 Million For Parkinson’s Nurse Specialists In SA

More community-based nurses to support Parkinson’s clients with complex needs.

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