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Our performance

We believe in being transparent and accountable about the care and treatment we provide.

We are proud to promote our achievements - but we also want to be open about what we could do better.

Performance is measured against guidelines and targets set by The Department of Health and local commissioners. They relate to waiting times and key standards of care for a range of conditions and diseases.

Every month, the CUH board of directors meets publicly and receives updates on a range of performance measures and targets from different areas of the Trust. The papers from each meeting are published on this site.

Trust Improvement Plan

Our Improvement Plan, which was developed with our staff, brings together multiple plans to improve delivery and efficiency of services.

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Previous months

Chief Inspector of Hospitals recommends Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie Hospitals are no longer rated as inadequate

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) today announced that they will lift the rating for Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie Hospitals from ‘inadequate’ to ‘requires improvement’.

Cambridge University Hospitals top in the Eastern region for research activity

CUH is top in the Eastern region and has made the UK’s top ten NHS organisations for research-activity, according to the National Institute for Health Research’s (NIHR) League Tables published today.

CUH statement on CQC report and Monitor announcement

A statement from Jane Ramsey, Chair of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and David Wherret, Acting Chief Executive.

Our performance - March 2015

We had no MRSA and saw more patients than last month. We continue to experience a high volume of emergency admissions and a significant proportion of our beds are being used to care for elderly patients who are delayed transfer of care

Our performance - February 2015

We had no MRSA and saw more patients than last month. We continue to experience a high volume of emergency admissions and a significant proportion of our beds are being used to care for elderly patients who are delayed transfer of care

Our performance - January 2015

We had no MRSA and more patients than last month. We continue to experience a high volume of emergency admissions and a significant proportion of our beds are being used to care for elderly patients who are delayed transfer of care

Our performance - December 2014

We had no MRSA and fewer C.difficile cases in December. We continue to experience a high volume of emergency admissions and a significant proportion of our beds are being used to care for elderly patients who are delayed transfer of care

Our performance - November 2014

We had no MRSA cases and fewer C.Difficile cases. We continue to experience a high volume of emergency admissions and a significant proportion of our beds are being used to care for elderly patients who are delayed transfer of care

Our performance - October 2014

We had no cases of MRSA last month, out 18 week treatment time has also improved. We treated 9,155 patients in our emergency department. Latest figures show we saw over 85% of our cancer patients in under 62 days in September

Our performance - September 2014

We had few cases of C.Difficile than last month. Our 18 week treatment time has also improved. Latest figures show we saw over 85% of our cancer patients in under 62 days

Our performance - August 2014

We had fewer cases of C.difficile than last month. We have improved on our four hour waiting time in ED. We continue to see over 85% of our cancer patients in under 62 days. Over 95% of our patients agreed they had a positive experience.

Our performance - July 2014

We are treated more patients in A&E in July than last month. We continue to see over 85% of our cancer patients in under 62 days. Over 95% of our patients agreed they had a positive experience when visiting us.

Our performance - June 2014

We are treating 7.6% more patients in A&E than this time last year. No patients contracted MRSA in the Trust. Over 85% of our cancer patients were seen within 62-days.

Our performance - May 2014

We are treating 5% more patients in A&E in four-hours than this time last year. No patients contracted MRSA in the Trust. Over 85% of our cancer patients were seen within 62-days.

Our performance - April 2014

We are one of the safest hospitals, meeting targets to treat our patients within 18 weeks and treating our cancer patients within 62 days. 95% of patients had a positive experience when visiting the Trust and no cases of MRSA in April.