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Orthopaedics SA and COVID-19

ORTHOPAEDICS SA is committed to the health and safety of our patients, staff and the community. We have implemented procedures to help delay the spread of COVID-19 while ensuring patient care is not compromised. We continue to treat new and current patients and look forward to continuing to care for South Australians during this challenging time.

Follow our Facebook page for information and updates and if you have a question that isn’t answered below, please call us on (08) 8267 8267.


We are currently seeing new patients in our rooms and remotely via phone or video – this service is referred to as Telehealth.  All appointments require a referral. To book an appointment call 8267 8267 or your chosen Surgeon. If you are attending our rooms, please see the information below.


Telehealth consultations are conducted via phone or video service. This allows our patients to speak with our doctors from the safety of their home.  If you have a Telehealth consultation booked, our team will provide details at what time and how you will be contacted.

If you miss the call from your doctor, don’t worry; they will call again within an hour or during the scheduled window.


We are currently seeing patients at our Ashford, Bedford Park, Elizabeth Vale, North Adelaide & Parkside rooms.

To assist with social distancing, please don’t arrive early or late to your appointment and minimise the number of people attending with you.

Anyone attending our rooms who is not a patient or essential support person will be asked to wait outside.


Do not attend our rooms if you:

  • Are unwell
  • Have travelled overseas within 14 days
  • Have travelled interstate within 14 days
  • Have been in contact with anyone that has been overseas within 14 days

Please call your Surgeons PA at Orthopedics SA to discuss.


On May 12th the State Government announced that restrictions on elective surgery in SA will be removed commencing 14th May 2020. We are back working normally and patients can now have elective surgery. It remains important that we maintain social distancing and this means that some minor restrictions to capacity will remain in place to keep you safe.

Our team is working with hospitals to reschedule cancelled surgeries and will be in contact with our patients to discuss their individual circumstances.

Please follow our Facebook page for updates.