Welcome to Celsus
Celsus is the consortium that manages and maintains the world-leading Royal Adelaide Hospital under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) for a 30-year contract until 2046.
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The new Royal Adelaide Hospital is one of the most advanced hospitals in the world.
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Celsus secures the worlds largest green and social loan in the healthcare sector
This is a groundbreaking piece of financing – both in Australia and internationally.
Being able to get a loan of this size and this credibility in a green and social market is an extraordinary achievement for Celsus and the Royal Adelaide Hospital. This is a landmark transaction for Australia – and South Australia in particular.
Royal Adelaide Hospital Covid-19 Response
The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) was the designated COVID-19 site in South Australia. The RAH performed its role during the COVID- 19 Pandemic by providing a world-class platform for the State Government and health workers and the South Australian public to minimise the spread and maximise the recovery rate from COVID-19. It is important that we do not become complacent.
The hospital has shone as an example for others contemplating similar public/private partnerships in the future, thanks to the equity investors and debt financiers from around the globe who sourced the finances through Celsus to design, construct and operate the hospital. This is a standout facility from the investors point of view from the design but also the operations. It is a great testament to all the people involved that the RAH has performed so well in this pandemic.
But the true asset is the partnerships that CALHN and Celsus (and Spotless) have developed to deliver excellent care.
Royal Adelaide Hopsital COVID-19 Response Video
The latest from Celsus
Tuckeroo tree planting commemoration artwork
Royal Adelaide Hospital signs up for world’s largest Healthcare Sustainability Loan
CALHN staff managing COVID-19 – Channel 7 story.
A hospital within a park – a park within a hospital
Art integrated throughout the Royal Adelaide Hospital celebrates South Australia’s unique landscape and dynamic cultural history, creating a welcoming, attractive place of healing with the overarching creative design theme of “A hospital within a park – a park within a hospital”.
A variety of internal gardens, terraces and courtyards provide an interactive and uplifting environment, with internal and external performance spaces accessible to patients, staff, visitors and members of the broader community.
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New Royal Adelaide Hospital – the first 12 months
The first 12 months has seen the Royal Adelaide Hospital become an amazing and essential piece of social infrastructure for the state of South Australia. The RAH has seen many thousands of staff, volunteers, patients and visitors accessing the hospital over the first 12 months of operation. Whilst there is still plenty to be done the hospital is now an integral part of the Adelaide landscape providing a facility where we will continue to strive to deliver the best possible clinical and non-clinical services to the people who need them.
Celsus comprises four investor securityholders all of whom have significant social infrastructure experience, having invested in and delivered more than 70 hospitals and in excess of 500 PPPs worldwide.
The Public Private Partnership (PPP)
The investors in Celsus, with the backing of 18 national and international banks and investment funds, comprise some of the nation’s and the world’s most substantial and successful first-tier infrastructure investors, with extensive experience and expertise in delivering public infrastructure assets around the world.
Collectively, the equity investors have delivered more than 500 PPP projects worldwide, including 70 hospitals.
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Through our consortium partners, Celsus is facilitating the transformation of the health environment by delivering future-focused infrastructure and facilities for South Australians.
Celsus is a proud supporter of the Australian College of Health Service Management.