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Why Choose CUH?

Cambridge University Hospitals is a family of hospitals comprising Addenbrooke’s and The Rosie. As part of the NHS, we deliver expert care for patients – locally, regionally and nationally – while our vibrant teaching community equips and empowers our staff for the future. We also benefit from and contribute to some of the most important biomedical research in the world today.

We are


We bring together our daily experiences of patient-led care, our renowned teaching hospital and our ground-breaking research programmes to deepen our understanding of medicine as a science and a practice. We learn as much from our dedicated staff and the patients they care for as we do from our scientists and research partners. Every member of our community is part of the effort. Everything we do, we do together.

Our hospitals

  • Addenbrooke’s provides emergency, surgical and medical care for local people and is also a regional centre of excellence for specialist services such as organ transplantation, neurosciences, paediatrics and genetics.
  • Based on the same site, The Rosie is a women’s hospital and the regional centre of excellence for maternity care. It has its own theatre suite, fetal assessment unit, ultrasound department and neonatal intensive care unit.

What we offer

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New starters at their induction

Feedback from some of our new staff

“Really good feedback from a colleague that  was already working for CUH”

“I fell in love with this hospital. I had a great time doing my work experience almost 24 years ago, plus the hospital saved my nephew’s life”

“Really warm welcome and recruitment process efficient and friendly”

“I have decided to move to Cambridge because it is a city with good quality of life and the feedback from our friends working in the hospital was outstanding”

“I previously worked at CUH and wanted to return”