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Hospital-based Clinics

Flinders Medical Centre Infectious Diseases Clinic -  Tel: 8204 6421

Lyell McEwin Hospital Gastroenterogical Unit - Tel: 8182 9909

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Liver Clinic - Tel: 8222 6000

Royal Adelaide Hospital Viral Hepatitis Unit - Tel: 7074 2194

Viral Hepatitis Nurses 

SA Health has Viral Hepatitis Nurses to provide specialist care to South Australians living with hepatitis B or hepatitis C. The aim of the nursing program is to increase access to viral hepatitis care through the provision of treatment, support and integrated care in the community.

Viral Hepatitis Nurses are clinical practice consultants (CPC) who work with patients in the community, general practice or hospital setting. They provide a link between public hospital specialist services and general practice, and give specialised support to general practitioners (GPs) to assist in the management of patients with hepatitis B or hepatitis C. Viral Hepatitis Nurses are located across the metropolitan area and can also provide care to people in some country areas. 

With advanced knowledge and skills in testing, management, and treatment of viral hepatitis, they assist with the management of patients on antiviral medications and work in shared care arrangements with GPs who are experienced in prescribing medications for hepatitis C or accredited to prescribe section 100 medications for hepatitis B.

The FREE services provided by the Viral Hepatitis Nurses include:

  • General information.
  • Advice and assistance to GPs with patient work-up.
  • Education and support for patients diagnosed with viral hepatitis.
  • Streamlining of referrals and supporting patients when attending tertiary treatment centres.
  • Support and guidance during shared care treatment management.
  • Support and information post treatment.

Since June 2019, the Communicable Disease Control Branch (CDCB) routinely refer notifications of positive hepatitis B and hepatitis C test results to the Viral Hepatitis CPCs, enabling these specialist nurses to contact diagnosing clinicians and if required, offer support to facilitate:

  • the follow up of patients
  • contacts and
  • the provision of guideline based care.

People may self-refer and contact the Hepatitis SA's online chat or Helpline on 1800 437 222 for more information.
See SA Health information sheet for patients (PDF).

Viral Hepatitis Nurses Contact Details


Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Jeff - 0423 782 415
Debbie - 0401 717 953

Royal Adelaide Hospital
Anton - 0401 125 361 - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office - (08) 7074 2194


Bin - 0401 717 971
Michelle - 0413 285 476


Rosalie - 0466 777 876This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office - (08) 8204 6324

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