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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 0QQ
Tel: 01223 274433
Quality Report 2016
"I look forward to working with our patients, staff and stakeholders as we continue
our journey of improvement in this, our 250th Anniversary year."
Roland Sinker, CEO
Infection Control Annual Report 2012/2013
This report has been written as a summary of the key initiatives in the Trust relating to healthcare associated infection. It has been produced for all those who use the Trust, either as patients, relatives of patients, visitors, or members of staff. The report collates and summarises information that has been presented to commissioners of healthcare and the Trust Board throughout the year.
Constitution - Cambridge University Hospitals
As an NHS foundation trust we have our own constitution which sets out our role, responsibilities, principles and governance arrangements.
Our constitution also includes information on who can be a member and how you join, how many governors we can have, how they are elected, how many directors we can have, how they are appointed, as well as other rules about preparing reports and accounting for our performance.
Statement of purpose - Cambridge University Hospitals
Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) NHS Foundation Trust comprises Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital in Cambridge. The Trust provides accessible high-quality healthcare for the local people of Cambridge, together with specialist services, dealing with rare or complex conditions, for a regional, national and international population. The Trust is recognised as a centre of excellence and innovation with many of the hospital specialists being leaders in their field.
Vision to reality - 21st century patient care
The Trust through its hospitals, Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie, provides local health services, is a leading centre for specialist care and is one of the foremost university teaching hospitals in the country. Its vision for the future, which first began taking shape in the late 1990s, now sees the Trust and its partners as part of a biomedical campus of global significance.
NHS Choices Special Measures Improvement Plan Update February 2016
In April 2015, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) carried out an inspection of Addenbrooke’s and The Rosie. The inspection included both announced and unannounced visits and a comprehensive review of our core acute services. The CQC published their report on 22 September 2015 and our financial regulator Monitor agreed with their recommendation that the Trust be placed in special measures.
Following the announcements, we were asked to produce an action plan to set out how and by when we would address their concerns, whilst at the same time reducing the amount of money we spend each week.
We submitted a detailed action plan to Monitor in October (latest version available here) and are now working with our regulators to ensure all the required actions are completed as quickly as possible.
In addition, we are required to produce an action plan summary, which is published on the NHS Choices website and regularly updated to detail the progress being made. The latest NHS choices Special Measures Improvement Plan Update is available below: