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Our Work

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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Our Impact

The Hospital Research Foundation Group funds life-changing medical research and patient care, from birth to end-of-life.

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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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At The Hospital Research Foundation Group, we are proud to offer a range of healthcare services for people battling disease and illness.

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Latest News

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‘Virtual heart’ treatment gives hope for atrial fibrillation

A cutting-edge ‘virtual heart’ software tool is set to be introduced in Australia for the first time to help people living with common heart rhythm disorder, atrial fibrillation.

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Haematoma research aims to stem the bleed

Preventing recurrent bleeding in patients with chronic subdural haematoma is the focus of potentially groundbreaking research taking place in Adelaide.

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Improving public health in SA

Protecting the health of South Australians is the aim of four new research scholarships backed by Chief Public Health Officer Prof Nicola Spurrier

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From fat to fit: Sowing the seeds for rural health

Boosting the physical and mental health of rural communities is the focus of a new partnership between grassroots health initiative Fat Farmers and The Hospital Research Foundation Group.

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