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

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You Made a Difference - January

A human resources advisor who goes above and beyond to support our apprentices and a staff nurse who has embraced her nursing career with compassion and enthusiasm are the winners of January’s You Made a Difference awards.

Sir Keir Starmer visits Addenbrooke's

Sir Keir Starmer met staff and patients and heard about innovative work to test new drugs during a visit to Addenbrooke’s Hospital today (Thursday 6 Feb).

England’s top nurse applauds unique new recruits

The chief nursing officer for England came to Cambridge today (Wed, 5 Feb) to congratulate 17 students who are among the first in the country to complete a ground-breaking apprenticeship degree scheme – helping to beat the national nursing shortage.

Winning talk spotlights pioneering fertility study

A YOUNG scientist who is part of a team investigating the causes of male infertility has won a prestigious award.

Team effort to beat nursing shortage

Cambridge University Hospitals and Royal Papworth NHS Foundation Trusts are again teaming up to address the national nursing shortage.

Help us to help you this winter

Like all hospitals, we face increased pressure during the winter months. Read more ...

Patient information library

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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)

Responding to your feedback: these pages give information about how you can provide your feedback on our services and how we can help you with any concerns.

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Coronavirus. What should I do?

Individuals should remain at home and should not go to work, school or public areas. Where possible, individuals should avoid having visitors to their home but it is ok for friends, family or delivery drivers to drop off food. Individuals should not use public transport or taxis until 14 days after their return from Wuhan.

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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.

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

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