Man dumped at hospital with gun wound

A man was allegedly dumped at an Adelaide hospital. Picture: NewsWire / Emma Brasier.

A man has allegedly been left at a hospital in Adelaide with a gunshot wound before two other people drove off.

South Australia Police were called to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woodville after staff reported a man had been dropped off with a gunshot wound to his right leg about 1pm on Monday.

The man was dropped off at Queen Elizabeth Hospital after allegedly being shot in the leg. Picture: NewsWire / Brenton Edwards

The man had allegedly been dropped off by two men in a black Porsche Cayenne SUV about 12.50pm.

After dropping the injured man off at the hospital, the pair got back into the Porsche and drove away soon after.

The man’s injuries were not life-threatening and he has since had surgery.

Police believe the man was shot within the Mansfield Park area.

Police have also identified the black Porsche Cayenne SU and its two occupants.

Anyone who may have seen the black Porsche in the vicinity of the hospital is asked to contact Crime Stoppers.

“You can remain anonymous,” a police spokesman said.