Whether you are visiting us as a patient or accompanying someone, we hope the pages in this section will help you plan your visit, appointment, or your operation.
Information to help you prepare for your outpatient appointment.
Visiting a patient
Find visiting information including advice for families and carers.
In an emergency
Explaining your options for getting urgent medical treatment or advice in Cambridge.
Travel and parking
Our site is one of the largest in the UK and we want to help you get to where you are going quicker. Use our journey planner to help you.
Finding your way around
Information and maps to help you find your way around our hospitals.
CUH Directions - mobile app
Our app has been designed for patients and visitors to help find their way around Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals.
What to expect when you come to our hospitals
As a healthcare provider, we have taken a cautious approach to infection prevention and control measures to help protect our patients and our staff over the last two years. We are now in a position where we feel it is safe to reduce the restrictions we have had in place.
Your stay with us
Information to help you prepare for your stay and settle you in to the ward.
Our aim is to be here for you if you do contract Covid-19 and require hospital care, but also to treat you and your family safely for your other health conditions while this pandemic continues.
Shops, cafés and restaurants
We offer a range of shops and food and drink outlets for patients, visitors and the general public.
The NHS will be starting to vaccinate the most at-risk groups, including over-80s and social care workers in the hospital hubs, when we have the vaccines in place.
Whilst you are visiting hospital you may meet several different members of staff involved in your care. From nurses through to security officers. Each staff member has a different role at CUH and wears a different uniform.