Our staff are what make our hospitals special.
We have over 12,000 members of staff – each contributing to the safe, kind and excellent care we provide to our patients.
My CUH Story - Zoe Mill
Hello! My name is Zoe Mill, and I am a Senior Projects Manager (Capital Planning and Development, CEFM)
My CUH Story - David Barker
David Barker is a Senior Project Engineer working in the Capital Planning and Development Team, which is part of Capital, Estates and Facilities Management.
My CUH Story - John Callaghan
Meet John, an incinerator shift manager who helps us create energy from our waste.
My CUH Story - Craig Turner
Meet Craig, one of the Fire Safety Advisors at CUH. Craig shares his journey to CUH via the RAF and Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue.
My CUH Story – Natasha Jones
Natasha Jones, advanced specialist dietitian in haematology is also an Army Reservist Arming Loading Point Commander (ALPC) with 6 Regiment Army Air Corps. Here Natasha tells us more about both roles.
My CUH Story - Kate Gray
Meet Kate Gray, a day supervisor in the portering and logistics team.
My CUH Story - Martin Badcock
Meet Martin, capital backlog programme manager
My CUH Story - Katie Sell
Meet Katie, sustainability manager, with a focus on making CUH net-zero by 2040.
My CUH Story - Jo Barnett
Meet Jo, a shift leader in our Contact Centre
My CUH Story – James Wimbury
As part of Diabetes Awareness Week (12-18 June 2023) we spoke to advanced specialist diabetes and neuroendocrine dietitian, James Wimbury. James works in our Wolfson Diabetes and Endocrine Clinic (WDEC), he also has type 1 diabetes himself. Here James shares his CUH story.
My CUH Story - Armed Forces Week - Neil McKie
Members of the armed forces community are being reminded of the career opportunities and wider support available at CUH during Armed Forces Week, 20-26 June 2022. We recognise the importance of supporting our armed forces community, charities and other related organisations.
My CUH Story - Merlin Sam
Merlin Sam shares her journey into cardiac physiology with us.
MY CUH Story - Catherine Barlow
As part of the International Day of the Midwife we asked Catherine Barlow, lead midwife, about her 16 years working at CUH.
My CUH Story - Taslima Begum-Miah
Taslima works as a healthcare assistant on Ward L4 here at CUH. We talked to her as part of our Eid celebrations.
My CUH Story – Marie Dunderdale
Marie Dunderdale has worked for the NHS for 33 years, 23 of which have been as a Health Care Assistant at CUH. Here Marie tells us about her time at CUH.
My CUH Story – Elaine Chapman
Elaine spoke to us as part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week. Elaine is Lead Advisory Nurse for the Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital, who has dyslexia, and this is her CUH story.
My CUH Story – Matt Cotton
Matt, a medical laboratory assistant in pathology, who is an autistic person (Autistic Spectrum Disorder, or ASD) spoke to us as part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week.
My CUH Story – Craig Jamieson
Craig spoke to us as part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week. Craig is a medical device safety and quality officer, based in Clinical Engineering who was diagnosed as autistic quite recently, and this is his CUH story.
My CUH Story - Lina Solanki
Lina Solanki has worked in sterile services for 25 years - read her My CUH Story about what has changed in the department in that time.
My CUH Story - Georgia Slade
Read paediatric clinical specialist practitioner Georgia Slade's story as Children's Mental Health Week 2023 closes.