The Rosie hospital is part of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest and best-known trusts in the country.
It provides maternity and neonatal services to the local population of Cambridgeshire, extending to parts of North Essex, East and North Hertfordshire, Suffolk and Bedfordshire. Specialist services in high risk obstetrics, fetal and maternal medicine and neonatal intensive care are provided for the whole of the eastern region.
It has recently undergone a multi-million pound extension to meet the needs of the region’s growing population. The ‘new’ Rosie includes an expanded birth centre and one of the biggest neonatal units in the UK, and is fully integrated with the existing Rosie hospital to help to ensure the Trust can deliver care in modern facilities that meet the needs of women and their families, providing greater patient choice and further improving patient experience. On 24th May 2013 we were delighted and proud to welcome Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, to officially open the new Rosie hospital.
Limited parking is available to those attending The Rosie Hospital in Car Park 2, however charges apply (Approx £18-£20 per day). Cambridge Park & Ride is a popular option for those visiting the site and the hospital is also only a 5-10 minute taxi ride from Cambridge Railway Station. Further information about parking can be found here
The Clinical School,
The University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine (the Clinical School) is located, along with the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust sites of Addenbrooke’s and Rosie Hospitals, on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.
The Cambridge Biomedical Campus lies to the south-east of Cambridge City Centre, just off Hills Road (which becomes the A1307 to Haverhill), and near to Long Road and Queen Edith’s Way. It is a short bus trip from the Railway Station and the City.
Limited parking is available at the Patients' and Visitors' Main Hospital Car Park (Car Park 1), however charges apply. Cambridge Park & Ride is a popular option for those visiting the site and the hospital is also only a 5-10 minute taxi ride from Cambridge Railway Station. Further information about parking can be found here
The Møller Centre,
Churchill College, Cambridge
The Møller Centre is a purpose built training and conference centre set in the grounds of Churchill College in Cambridge. The Centre is renowned for its customer care and high quality catering, and offers a series of meeting rooms of different sizes, to accommodate individual training needs. Accommodation is offered in 71 en-suite rooms, with the majority of rooms looking out over the grounds of Churchill College.
The centre is situated just one mile from the M11 motorway and is a short car/taxi ride from Cambridge railway station. There is ample free parking on site.
For further information to this venue please click here.
The Deakin Learning Centre is a friendly and inclusive social learning environment designed to provide a range of high quality community services combined with excellent education and training provision.
Based at the Addenbrooke's Hospital site next to the main multi-storey car park (Car Park 1), The Deakin Learning Centre has 4 floors of specialist facilities.
Directions to the Deakin Centre:
Enter the hospital site through the main Hill's Road entrance, then turn right on the roundabout, following signs to the Main Hospital Car Park,
Go past the entrance and exit to the multi-storey Patients' and Visitors' Main Hospital Car Park on your left.
Then take the next left (sign posted to the Franke Lee Centre). Follow the road round the the left; the Deakin Centre is the tall white building on your left. We are located on Richard Howe Way.
Limited parking is available at the Patients' and Visitors' Main Hospital Car Park, however charges apply (Approx £18 - £20). Cambridge Park & Ride is a popular option for those visiting the site and the hospital is also only a 5-10 minute taxi ride from Cambridge Railway Station. Further information about parking can be found here.
Directions for the Deakin centre can be found here