About Cambridge Hospital
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We see patients from all private medical insurers including Bupa, Aviva, AXA PPP, Simplyhealth and Standard Life - or you can just pay for treatment yourself. Ask your GP today for a private referral to Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital for fast access to one of our expert healthcare consultants.
Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital facts
Cambridge Hospital was acquired by the Nuffield Health Hospitals Group in 2003. It was built in 1921, on land owned by Cambridge University's Trinity College, at a cost of £27,000 by a philanthropic fine art dealer, Charles Morland Agnew, and named The Evelyn Nursing Home after his wife.
Today the hospital has 37 beds and four operating theatres for major and minor surgery. It employs 120 permanent staff and accommodates the practices of 200 consultants working across a broad range of disciplines. The hospital's main specialties include the care and treatment of cancer, orthopaedic surgery and ENT and general surgery.
We’ve been awarded the Macmillan Quality Environment Mark at Nuffield Heath Cambridge Hospital . This award was developed in collaboration with more than 400 people living with cancer, who helped to shape its criteria.
The Macmillan QEM recognises that Nuffield Heath Cambridge Hospital provides a welcoming and comfortable environment for people with cancer. It also acknowledges that we respect our visitors’ privacy, we treat you with dignity and that our facilities will help improve your well-being.