Expert care, ground-breaking research and transformative teaching.
It's the people who make CUH special
Cambridge University Hospitals is a family of hospitals comprising Addenbrooke’s and The Rosie. As part of the NHS, we deliver expert care for patients – locally, regionally and nationally – while our vibrant teaching community equips and empowers our staff for the future. We also benefit from and contribute to some of the most important biomedical research in the world today.
We bring together our daily experiences of patient-led care, our renowned teaching hospital and our ground-breaking research programmes to deepen our understanding of medicine as a science and a practice. We learn as much from our dedicated staff and the patients they care for as we do from our scientists and research partners. Every member of our community is part of the effort. Everything we do, we do together.
- Addenbrooke’s provides emergency, surgical and medical care for local people and is also a regional centre of excellence for specialist services such as organ transplantation, neurosciences, paediatrics and genetics.
- Based on the same site, The Rosie is a women’s hospital and the regional centre of excellence for maternity care. It has its own theatre suite, fetal assessment unit, ultrasound department and neonatal intensive care unit.
Planning your journey
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What we offer
- A family of hospitals for our community comprising Addenbrooke’s and The Rosie, providing emergency, medical and surgical care – locally, regionally and nationally
- A leading national centre for specialist treatment in organ transplantation, cancer, neurosciences, paediatrics and genetics
- A leading national centre for specialist treatment for rare or complex conditions
- The teaching hospital for the University of Cambridge (opens in a new tab)
- Part of the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) (opens in a new tab) – as Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (opens in a new tab)
- One of six academic health science centres as a member of Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) (opens in a new tab)
- A partner in the development of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC) (opens in a new tab)
Collaborative working is central to our values and understanding of how we can improve our approaches within our hospitals and provide the best possible care in the most efficient way. Collaborating with a range of different organisations allows us to broaden our scope of knowledge and skill sets, furthering the development of medical technology within CUH.