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Hello and welcome to the Cambridge Children’s newsletter.

While 2021 is likely to be an extremely challenging year due to Covid-19, we are committed to ensuring our plans remain on track to deliver our exciting new project.

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View our past newsletters below.

Cambridge Children's Hospital Newsletter issue 4

Cambridge Children’s Hospital has launched a website to support its mission to provide care for children in a whole new way.

www.cambridgechildrens.org.uk will take the project though the next exciting phase of its development to build a children’s hospital for the east of England – currently the only region in the UK without one.

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Cambridge Children's Hospital Newsletter issue 3

Progress update

Expert international team appointed to design Cambridge Children's Hospital

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Cambridge Children's Hospital Newsletter issue 2

Cambridge Children's is more than a hospital. It is a whole new way of treating children across the east of England. 

We have spent the last 18 months working with partners across the region on plans for a specialist children’s hospital. Embedded with genomic and psychological research, it's a hospital we'll build from scratch designed to take care of the whole child integrating physical and mental health. We'll look at the whole picture, not just the illness. And we will lay healthy foundations for every child's whole life.

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Cambridge Children's Hospital Newsletter issue 1

Just over a year ago, Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, committed £100 million of public funding for a purpose-built children’s hospital in Cambridge, serving the east of England region – currently the only region in the UK without one.

Cambridge Children's aspires to be more than a hospital. We are seeking a visionary new approach to healthcare for young people across the east of England. We will treat the whole child, not just illnesses or conditions, using all the talent available across the region.

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