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Welcome to Cambridge University Hospitals

Innovation and excellence in health and care

Alternatives to A&E: list of late night pharmacies in Cambridgeshire

A list of late night pharmacies in Cambridgeshire

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.

Staff zone

Key information for new starters, current staff and volunteers.

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​

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We're very busy - do you need to come to A&E?

For non-emergency problems, seek advice from your GP, pharmacy, minor injury and illness unit or by calling the NHS 111 phone service.

Keeping warm, well and safe

Tips on how to stay warm, well and safe in the cold weather.

Roman horse skeleton discovered on Forum site

The skeleton of a horse thought to be from the Roman period has been discovered on the Forum site on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Review suggests Vitamin D supplements not associated with lower blood pressure

A wide-ranging review of clinical trial data conducted by a CUH doctor with global collaborators has found that the use of vitamin D to lower blood pressure is ineffective.