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Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust

Welcome to Addenbrooke's Hospital

A centre of excellence… providing expert care in a safe, clean, comfortable and friendly environment

Latest news

A&E is for emergencies

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

CUH welcomes 100 nurses to Addenbrooke's and the Rosie

Here is a selfie taken by some of the 50 or so of the 100 new nurses that have just started at CUH.

Have you had your flu jab?

CUH is encouraging its staff to get vaccinated against the flu to protect themselves and their patients from the potentially life-threatening virus.

New scanning clinical service to benefit more patients

More local patients are benefitting from a new clinical service at CUH offering scanning for cancer and other conditions.

Rock musician Don Airey visits Addenbrooke’s

Don Airey, keyboard player with legendary 1970s rock band Deep Purple, visited the children’s wards at Addenbrooke’s today to present a cheque for £83,100 that he has raised over 22 years to support care for children at the hospital.

Patient information library

Download information about procedures and treatments.

Ward and clinic information

Find directions, contact details and visiting times.

Enquiries about inpatients

How to contact us to get a condition check for a friend or relative who is an inpatient at Addenbrooke's.

Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

Welcome to PALS. We're here to help.

Support your hospitals

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


Working for us

See your future with us. Browse latest job vacancies and find all you need to know about applying for a job at Addenbrooke's.

Staff zone

Key information for new starters, current staff and volunteers.


Cambridge University Hospitals has 2 main car parks for patients and visitors

How did we do today?

Tell us what you think and how we can improve by giving us your feedback about your ward, clinic or day unit experience. All feedback is anonymous.

Waiting times

Part of the NHS pledge to put patients at the centre of everything they do involves making sure that you are diagnosed and start treatment as soon as possible, at a time that is convenient for you.