Based in Addenbrooke's Hospital, part of Cambridge University Hospitals, the internationally acclaimed Cambridge Transplant Centre has become one of the largest transplant centres in the UK. We provide highly specialised care for patients with actual or suspected abdominal organ failure for much of the East of England and beyond. In addition to more than 160 kidney transplants performed annually, our transplant team also performs 20-30 combined kidney/pancreas transplants, 80 liver transplants, and an increasing number of intestinal and multi-organ transplants each year.
The Cambridge Transplant Centre comprises of a 30 bedded surgical ward (G5), a specialist 4 bedded High Dependency Unit (F5), 2 dedicated operating theatres, 2 beds on Intensive Care Unit (D3) and outpatient clinics.
GPs cannot refer directly to this service - Renal transplants: patients with renal disease are referred via the renal medicine/nephrology service (from a NHS computer only). Liver transplants: patients with liver disease are referred via the hepatology service (from a NHS computer only). Bowel transplants: patients with intestinal disease are referred via the gastroenterology service (from a NHS computer only)