Welcome to Cambridge Children’s

More than a hospital...

We are seeking a visionary new approach to healthcare for young people. We will treat the whole child, not just illnesses or conditions, using all the talent available across the region.

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Our visionary approach

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Whole child

We will treat the whole child, not just illnesses or conditions, using all the talent available across the region. Delivering the right care for young people, in the right place at the right time, will vastly improve outcomes over their whole lifetime.

Whole child

We will treat the whole child, not just illnesses or conditions, using all the talent available across the region. Delivering the right care for young people, in the right place at the right time, will vastly improve outcomes over their whole lifetime.

Mind and body
Mind and body

We are on the cusp of a revolution in health care. There is a growing scientific consensus that mental illness is strongly linked to physical factors, and that the traditional silos that exist between mental and physical health practice is failing patients.

Mind and body

We are on the cusp of a revolution in health care. There is a growing scientific consensus that mental illness is strongly linked to physical factors, and that the traditional silos that exist between mental and physical health practice is failing patients.

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Genomics

A Global Genome Institute embedded within the hospital will realise the enormous potential of genomic medicine. Cross-sector expertise and world-class research will search out the early origins of disease affecting both physical and mental health.

Genomics

A Global Genome Institute embedded within the hospital will realise the enormous potential of genomic medicine. Cross-sector expertise and world-class research will search out the early origins of disease affecting both physical and mental health.

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This is a landmark moment for children in the east of England, and together we can set a new standard for child health nationally and internationally.

Rob Heuschkel, Clinical director of children’s services
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Case studies

Charlee’s story

Born with Moebius syndrome, three-year old Charlee Baldwin has facial...

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Max Lee

Max’s story

Max was born with paralysed vocal cords which restricted his...

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Tessa Brook

At 18 months old Tessa Brook was diagnosed with lingual...

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