Welcome to Cambridge University Hospitals

Innovation and excellence in health and care

Annual Members’ Meeting - 17 September 2014

Wednesday 17 September 2014 in the Hexagon, Frank Lee Centre, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, 17:00-19:15

Working for us

Working at CUH is about providing great patient care in one of the best hospitals in the NHS.

Support your hospitals

Make a donation or fundraise for us with Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust. Read more on the ACT website ...

Corporate information

Find out more about our management structure, commitments to patient care, performance and achievements. This section also includes news, employment, contact and travel information.

Addenbrooke's Hospital

The home for our information for patients and visitors to the main hospital, this area includes information about services and treatments, wards and clinics, including contact and travel information.

Research and Development

Research is central to CUH’s identity as a leading NHS hospital and to its development as one of only five comprehensive Biomedical Research Centres in the UK.

The Rosie Hospital

Find out about our 'best performing' Rosie Hospital including information about women's and maternity services, our new birth centre and the ongoing improvements to our facilities.

Contact CUH

+44 (0)1223 245 151

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ


eHospital is an exciting programme that will change the way we work and how we care for our patients using latest technology​

What's new?

CUH has ‘improved patient care’: healthcare regulator

The healthcare regulator has said today that Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) has improved the way it provides care for patients and its financial sustainability.

Band 5 staff nurse open days and events

We would love to meet you and tell you more about what it is like to work at CUH and the opportunities that await you.

Medicine for members lecture: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

You are invited to our next Medicine for Members lecture on 10 September 2014 entitled ‘Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’ by Dr Zahoor Syed, Consultant in Adult Psychiatry and Addictions