Welcome to Addenbrooke's Hospital

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

From 01 January 2014, Addenbrooke's and the Rosie say 'No' to smoking.

The site is now smoke free. Smoking is not allowed anywhere.

Latest news

Road closures on Addenbrooke’s site

Francis Crick Avenue will be closed for 11 weeks from 24 February. After this work is finished, Dame Mary Archer Way will be closed for two weeks from 12 May. The closures are to enable the installation of water mains.

Join an Apprentice style session on preventing brain injury

Fans of The Apprentice or Dragons’ Den may be interested in an exciting new challenge designed to help adults with brain injury across the county of Cambridgeshire.

Matters to relaunch as Hospital Life

The community magazine for Cambridge University Hospitals has undergone a revamp with a new title chosen by you.

Warning over prostate classification

An Addenbrooke’s surgeon has contributed to a study which claims the severity of some prostate cancers has been underestimated.

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.

Rearrange or cancel clinic appointment

Every year at Addenbrooke's thousands of people fail to keep their appointments. If you need to rearrange or cancel your appointment, use our online form.


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.


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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.

Patient advice and liaison service (PALS)

Welcome to PALS. We're here to help.

Would you like to help improve patient well-being?

You could help by becoming a mealtime volunteer.

Support your hospitals

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