Riverland Oral Health Centre

This state-of-the-art oral health facility provides public dental services for the Riverland region and rural training places for our dental students.

The Oral Health Centre is co-located with the Riverland General Hospital, and provides dental services to over 11,000 adults and 4,000 children. The centre also provides essential rural training places for the University's dental students, with final-year dentistry students spending 48 weeks at the clinic on a rotational basis under the supervision of qualified dentists and academic staff.

    Project overview

    • Location: Riverland General Hospital, Berri
    • Size: 797 m2
    • Cost: $6 million - funded by the Australian Government’s former Health and Hospitals Fund (Regional Priority Initiative) program
    • Architect: Grieve Gillett Andersen 


    • 10 dental chairs and x-ray facilities
    • A special high-speed fibre IT network connection
    • New administration, teaching, study and research areas
    • Central sterilisation support facilities and laboratory
    • Large circulation spaces and colourful and textured interior finishes

    Completed: November 2016