Royal Papworth Hospital is a specialist heart and lung hospital, located on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus in Cambridgeshire , England. In April , following the construction of a new hospital, it began its relocation from its previous location in the village of Papworth Everard to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, treating its first patients in the new hospital on 1 May The old hospital was home to numerous medical firsts, including the first successful heart transplant in the UK, the world's first successful heart, lung and liver transplant,  and one of the world's first non-beating-heart transplants. The patient, Keith Castle, lived for over five years following his surgery. In , alongside a team from Addenbrooke's Hospital , the world's first heart-lung and liver transplant took place at Papworth Hospital.
The fun and excitement of seeing the developing baby on a scan is one of the high points of antenatal care, and we can offer scans throughout pregnancy. The fun and excitement of seeing the developing baby on a scan is one of the high points of antenatal care, and we provide a variety of top quality, expert scans at all stages of pregnancy. We offer scans throughout pregnancy. We use the most up to date ultrasound machines, in comfortable surroundings, with time to look at your baby.
The entrance to Houghton Grange. Nearly new homes could be built on the site of a disused and run down former scientific research centre at Houghton if plans win approval. The listed Houghton Grange would also be converted into five flats in the scheme by Morris Homes, which already has outline planning permission.
Our museums and sports facilities are currently closed, in line with Government guidance for the national lockdown that is in place. The Botanic Garden remains open for local walking and wellbeing only. Entry tickets are limited and advance booking is essential. Please check the relevant website for further details about local restrictions.