Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust comprises Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital, with around 1,500 doctors amongst over 11,000 staff delivering high quality healthcare to the people of Cambridge together with a number of specialist services delivering care for regional, national and international patients. The Trust is widely recognised as a centre of excellence in many fields, with many staff members being acknowledged as leaders in their field.
CUH is a teaching hospital for medical undergraduates and postgraduates, nurses and students in other clinical professions and has a variety of initiatives to encourage life-long learning. Many training schemes are in place in our National Vocational Qualification Centre, Postgraduate Medical Education Centre and Learning Centre.
CUH sits at the heart of the rapidly developing Cambridge Biomedical Campus and is a member of Cambridge University Health Partners. Partners on site include the University of Cambridge, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cancer Research UK, the MRC and Glaxo Smith Kline, with Astra Zeneca opening new research headquarters in 2020. In 2018 the Secretary of State for Health announced £100m funding for a new Cambridge Children’s Hospital planned to open in 2023.The wider Cambridge area is home to a large number of IT, healthcare and biotechnology companies, with academic facilities of the highest quality covering a range of disciplines.
Working in medicine in Cambridge offers unparalleled opportunities for your personal career development in a busy yet supportive clinical environment, with numerous opportunities both within CUH and in collaboration with our partners.
For more information about working with CUH, please email Medical Staffing.