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Royal Papworth Hospital manages one of the biggest cardiology centres in the country, offering dedicated, specialist care. It deals with all aspects of the diagnosis, management and treatment of heart conditions in adults.
The Respiratory service at Royal Papworth Hospital deals with all aspects of the diagnosis, management and treatment of lung conditions in adults.
Royal Papworth Hospital is one of the UK’s leading and largest specialist providers of cardiac and thoracic surgery. It performs more major heart operations than any other unit in the UK (around 2,400 per year), and has the best risk-adjusted survival rates.
The Theatres, Critical Care and Anaesthetics (TCCA) directorate supports surgical activity across the hospital and provides specialist care to some of the hospital's sickest patients.
The Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre was established in 1994 and now looks after more than 330 adults with CF from the Eastern Region and beyond.
Royal Papworth Hospital’s Radiology service uses state-of-the art imaging technology and facilities to carry out a wide range of investigations. The Radiology department images more than 50,000 patients each year.
Dietitians are the only qualified health professionals that assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional problems at an individual and wider public-health level.
The Occupational Therapy team provides practical support to help patients recover after treatment and overcome any barriers impeding the activities that matter to them.
The physiotherapy team at Royal Papworth Hospital is committed to providing a clinically effective, specialist physiotherapy service for cardiopulmonary patients, while at the same time striving to improve the quality and scope of work.
The Pharmacy department cares for patients of Royal Papworth Hospital by ensuring the best use of medicines, and providing information about medicines to both patients and the professionals who treat them.