National Cancer CNS Day 2023
We are celebrating some of our Cancer CNS staff for National Cancer CNS Day 2023.National Cancer CNS Day 2023
International day of the midwife
To celebrate international day of the midwife we spoke to Jess, one of the midwives at the Rosie Hospital, to hear her CUH story.International day of the midwife
Our staff are what make our hospitals special.
We have over 11,000 members of staff – each contributing to the safe, kind and excellent care we provide to our patients.My CUH Story
My CUH Story Siobhan Taylor
Siobhan, a senior charge nurse in our intensive care unit, shares her CUH story.Read Siobhan's story
Refugee doctor volunteers in Ukraine
An Addenbrooke’s emergency doctor, who fled Syria as a medical student in 2012, has just returned from Ukraine where he helped treat those fleeing from the war.
You Made a Difference team award - March 2022
March's You Made a Difference team award goes to a remarkable, dedicated and inspiring team - the transfer practitioners for adult critical care.
My CUH story: International Day of the Midwife
Midwife Jessica Walker is involved in training around 100 students in midwifery at the Rosie Hospital, including already qualified nurses, trainee paramedics and university students.
My CUH story: Cancer nurse specialist
An oncology specialist nurse at Addenbrooke’s has spoken of her love for her work – even though it involves following patients on some of the toughest journeys.
Our healthcare science staff take the spotlight
A dozen healthcare scientists today share their careers, skills and inspiration as part of a week of events at Addenbrooke’s celebrating their role in the hospital.
Nurse Lauren is winner of prestigious national award
The Bowel Cancer UK charity has announced that Lauren McCrisken from Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, is a winner of the prestigious national Gary Logue Colorectal Cancer Nurse Awards.