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Welcome to the Rosie Hospital

Women's and maternity services in a safe, clean, comfortable and friendly environment

Please do not to come to A&E unless it is an emergency

We are seeing an extraordinary surge in demand on our A&E department. Please do not to come to A&E unless it is an emergency or your condition is life-threatening.

Latest Rosie news

We need you to help us train tomorrow’s doctors!

If you are pregnant and your baby is due to arrive between November 2016 and early March 2017, you may be interested in taking part in a programme in which medical students learn from expectant mothers.

Improving the birth experience in the Rosie

On Monday 1 February, patients and staff gathered in the Rosie Hospital’s delivery unit to officially re-open the birthing pool room, which has been upgraded thanks to funding of £37,200 from Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT).

Lecture: shining a light on the newborn brain

Brain injury in the baby is a real problem facing neonatal doctors and can result in life-long disability. Tonight Dr Austin talks about new ways to diagnose and treat these vulnerable patients.

New Year's Day babies at the Rosie

Saira Jaman was the first Cambridge baby of 2016. She "came out crying, calling, looking" at 1.05am, according to her dad Shahidu.

Pregnancy, labour and birth

All you and your partner need to know about having your baby at the Rosie. Read more...

Cambridge IVF

Cambridge IVF is a state of the art centre constructed with the patient and their care at its core.

Neonatal services

We recognise that hospitals can be a very frightening place. This website has been created to alleviate some of the worries and answer some questions you may have as parents with a baby or babies on the neonatal unit.

Supervisors of Midwives

Promoting excellence in midwifery care.

Signs of labour - when to ring in

Advice and contact details.


CUH has 2 main car parks:

Car park 1
750 patient and visitors spaces incl. 63 disabled spaces

Car park 2
600 patient and visitors space incl. 63 disabled spaces.

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Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

Welcome to PALS. We're here to help.

Staff zone

Key information for new starters, current staff and volunteers.

Support your hospitals

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