• 36 private en-suite facilities
  • 3 state-of-the-art digital theatres
  • Daycase theatre/endoscopy suite
  • 18 private consultation rooms
  • 2 bed close monitoring unit
  • Chemotherapy suite
  • On-site registered pharmacy
  • Diagnostic scanning unit
  • Pathology laboratory
  • Free on-site car park


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Opening times: Hospital information centre / Booking team;
Monday-Friday: 08:00–18:00;
Saturday: 09:00–13:00

Cambridge Hospital

4 Trumpington Road, Cambridge, CB2 8AF

01223 303336
Hospital information centre 01223 303336
Private GP 01223 850799


Sat 24 Feb
This event is for anyone who is suffering from problems with their gut and would like to explore their options for treatment.
Sat 24 Feb
This event is for anyone who is interested in Women's Health and would like to explore their options for treatment.

The published report highlighted a number of outstanding practices at the Hospital including kind and compassionate patient care being at the heart of the service.

Our response to the CQC report:

“This is the highest possible rating we could have achieved and I am incredibly proud of the whole team for the outstanding care we have been able to provide our patients since we opened last year. This is a true testament to the dedication and commitment of our Matron, nurses, consultants and all the staff at our hospital. We are also particularly proud of the support we offer cancer patients through the Maggie’s Wallace charity onsite at the hospital.” - Maxine Estop, Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital Director

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