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Liver (Cambridge Liver Unit)

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The Cambridge Liver Unit covers management of all aspects of liver disease and liver transplantation. We provide care for our local population and specialist care/liver transplant services for the people of East Anglia, Nottingham University Hospital and Southampton University Hospital.

Urgent advice: Covid-19 - Liver

Please visit the British Liver Trust website for our latest advice on Coronavirus (COVID-19), which includes all our frequently asked questions about the disease for people affected by a liver condition (including those who have had a liver transplant).

For additional information please visit https://easternliver.net

Outpatient clinics are usually held in either Clinic 1a or Clinic 12. The inpatient wards are D5 (Liver Unit) and F5/G5 (Transplant Unit).

Service provided for patients

  • Liver transplantation
  • Inpatient and outpatient hepatology/liver disease services
  • Alcohol-related liver disease
  • Non-alcohol related fatty liver disease (NAFLD)
  • Liver cancer
  • Viral hepatitis
  • Chronic liver failure
  • Portal hypertension
  • Inherited liver disease
  • Autoimmune liver diseases (primary biliary cholangitis [PBC], primary sclerosing cholangitis [PSC] and autoimmune hepatitis [AIH])

Hepatitis C testing

Hepatitis C is very easy to test for, treat and cure. Treatment has changed dramatically in recent years and there are no more injections. Locations are available all over the East of England, but if you would prefer to do the test yourself at home, please click here to complete our form for a free test to be sent to your home address.

Further information

For further information on Hepatitis C, please see the British Liver Trust website.

Hepatology patient experience group

The purpose of the Hepatology Patient Experience Group (HPEG) is to ensure that Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) NHS Foundations Trust’s hepatology department takes account of the views, opinions, and experiences of the patients and carers who use their services.

Feedback from hepatology patients will help us improve our services and better meet the needs of the local community.

Whether your experience has been a little or a lot, we invite you to join us. Please email HepatologyPatientGroup@addenbrookes.nhs.uk for further information.

List of our specialist nurses

Specialist nurses and contact information

Viral hepatitis:

                Hepatitis B – Rebecca Blackwell 01223 596094

                Hepatitis C – Rachael Bates and Katie Eiloart 01223 596094

Alcohol related liver disease - Aileen Inte 01223 274414

Auto-immune liver diseases - Janeane Hails 01223 216109

Jaundice / paracentesis / cirrhosis - Fiona Smith 01223 256529

Hepatic steatosis (NAFLD) – Donna Goodge 01223 217591

Hepatic tumour (HCC) – Emma Bateman and Sally Edwards 01223 596322

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