Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge
Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge
Glenfield Hospital, Leicester
Russell Hall Hospital, Dudley
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
St Thomas' Hospital, London
University Hospital Coventry
The Cambridge Vascular Unit is one of the busiest units in the UK in terms of index vascular procedures with strong clinical outcomes. The unit comprises 8 Vascular Surgeons and 6 Interventional Radiologists. There is close collaboration between these specialists. Furthermore the well established links to local DGHs allows dedicated interventional training without any competition from other trainees. We have a multidisciplinary diabetic foot team that reviews all ward patients weekly and has a monthly busy multidisciplinary foot clinic. We also undertake diabetic foot services in our spoke hospitals.
VaLSA Site Contact
Mr. Patrick Coughlin MD FRCS
Consultant Vascular Surgeon
Vascular SurgeryCambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustHills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ
+44 (0)1223 348190
Cambridge is 60 miles north of London and is easily accessible by road from major ports and airports. The CUH campus is on the southern fringe of Cambridge, about six kilometres from the city centre. The hospital is easily accessible by public transport. The hospital has its own bus station and numerous buses, including the guided bus, connect the site with the rest of Cambridge and the surrounding area. The railway station is an easy walk or short bus ride away. Cambridge is famous as a cycling town. There is easy access to the campus by bicycle and many cycle racks at entrances and other points. There is also car parking available on site.
By car: The campus is located just off J11 of the M11. Major trunk roads to the area are the M11, A11, A10 and A14. The A14 also links to the A1 providing excellent access to the Midlands and north of England.
By train or bus: Regular trains from London and other towns and cities (<1 hour journey time from London King’s Cross station on the Great Northern service)