The looming issue follows an Auditor-General's report that shows SA Health is creating contingency plans for the new Royal Adelaide Hospital in case a new electronic patient records system proposed for use there is not ready in time for the opening in 2016.
What does RAH stand for?
RAH stands for Royal Adelaide Hospital (Australia)
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We have 52 other meanings of RAH in our Acronym Attic
- Recent American History
- Reconnaissance Attack Helicopter
- Rensselaer at Hartford (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; New York)
- Republic Airways Holdings (Indianapolis, IN)
- Research Attack Helicopter
- Researching Alternative Health Foundation (California)
- Rich Arse-Hole
- Right to Adequate Housing
- Robert Anson Heinlein (sci-fi author often credited with acronym TANSTAAFL)
- Royal Academy of History (Spain)
- Royal Albert Hall (London, UK)
- Raigarh Ambikapur Health Association (est. 1969; India)
- Remote API (Application Programming Interface) Host Adapter (software)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis Haemagglutination Titre
- Ridgefield Amateur Hockey Association (Ridgefield, CT)
- Right Anterior Hepatic Artery (anatomy)
- Rural Alabama Health Alliance
- Rutland Amateur Hockey Association (Vermont)
- Refugee and Humanitarian Arrival Clinic (Australia)
- Radiation Hazard Meter
Samples in periodicals archive:
Forrest was airlifted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital but died from her injuries.
The lifts, the last of which are to be delivered today, will be put to work immediately on the construction of the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
He is Professor of Cardiology at the University of Adelaide and a Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Impact of Atrial Remodeling on the Posterior Left Atrium and Recurrent Arrhythmias," by Kurt Roberts-Thomson, MBBS, PhD, of the University of Adelaide School of Medicine and Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, Australia.
After obtaining ethical approval from the Royal Adelaide Hospital Human Research Ethics Committee (approval numbers: patient study 71010 and healthy volunteers 71011) and written informed consent, 10 healthy male volunteers and 10 patients (eight male and two female) in the high dependency unit were enrolled in the study which was conducted in accordance with the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia guidelines.
She was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital with a fractured skull and other non life-threatening injuries.
The clinical trial will be conducted at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Australia and expected to take approximately twelve months to complete.