Matthew Digby Wyatt, Architect

In 1860 the Board of Governors of Addenbrooke’s were greatly concerned that the Hospital accommodation was overcrowded, old fashioned in design and inconvenient. A new building committee was soon appointed and they wrote a report with suggested requirements. These included an improved out-patients department, which was to have a large waiting hall and a large …

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50 years of Liver Transplant operations

For nearly 10 years after the first liver transplant at Addenbrooke’s in 1968, Denver and Cambridge were the only two centres with regular programs of clinical liver transplantation; today in the UK alone there are seven. Patient care for recipients of a liver transplant has developed into a multi-disciplinary team approach including: hepatologists, liver transplant …

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