Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cambridge University Hospitals is one of the largest and best known trusts in the country. As the local hospital for our community we deliver care through Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals.

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 245 151
Address: Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Hills Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 0QQ
Country: United Kingdom
Website: https://www.cuh.nhs.uk/corporate-information
Membership type:Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)

We are also a leading national centre for specialist treatment, a government-designated comprehensive biomedical research centre, one of only six academic health science centres in the UK and a university teaching hospital with a worldwide reputation. Building on these different elements, our vision is to improve people’s quality of life through innovative and sustainable healthcare.

Rosie Rainbow Clinic  opening

Zean makes opening a piece of cake

A new service for couples expecting a baby has been set up at the Rosie Maternity Hospital in Cambridge.

15 March 2019Read in full

Lead Governor, Julia Loudon

Hospital governor roles are open to all

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) is looking for volunteers to take on an important role in helping shape its future.

5 March 2019Read in full

Addenbrooke's sign

Trust welcomes CQC recognition of continued improvement

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has today (Tuesday 26 February) welcomed the report of a visit by health watchdogs last October.

26 February 2019Read in full

Vincent Gnanapragasam

Clinical trials launch for new prostate biopsy device

A device developed by a Cambridge researcher to make prostate biopsies safer has begun clinical trials.

25 February 2019Read in full

Ella, who has been diagnosed with r(20).

Public invited to free Rare Disease evening lecture

Bridging health and social care is the theme for this year’s Rare Disease Day, and Cambridge University Hospitals is doing just that with their research.

21 February 2019Read in full

Visiting restrictions protect patients against norovirus

Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge is seeing a rise in cases of norovirus, the bug which causes diarrhoea and vomiting.

7 February 2019Read in full

Louise Allen

Surgeon’s new test saves babies’ sight – and lives

A Cambridge surgeon has developed an innovative device which increases the chances of detecting cataracts and an aggressive cancer called retinoblastoma in new-born babies and infants. It is expected to save vision and lives.

1 February 2019Read in full

Nurse at work at The Rosie maternity hospital

Recruitment Day injects interest in hospital careers

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to hold another thought-provoking recruitment day – this time aimed at nurses, midwives, support staff and those thinking of entering the professions.

30 January 2019Read in full

New bus to bring people from Papworth and Cambourne to the campus

A new bus service connecting Papworth Everard, Cambourne and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus is to launch in April 2019.

29 January 2019Read in full

Stephen Harbottle

Double sperm test is world first for IVF clinic

Cambridge IVF has become the first clinic in the world to combine two cutting edge tests to further improve the chances of couples having a baby.

23 January 2019Read in full

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