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Why Choose Papworth Hospital

Choose Papworth

Cardiothoracic (heart and lung) services and treatments at Papworth Hospital are available to all patients eligible for NHS care. Government policy allows NHS patients to choose which hospital they receive their non-emergency treatment in. This means that regardless of where you live in England, you can choose to come to Papworth for your heart or lung treatment. Private patients, or patients not covered under the National Health Service, including international patients, are able to access Papworth’s services via our private patient centre, Papworth Clinic.

Why choose Papworth Hospital?

Papworth Hospital is the UK’s largest specialist cardiothoracic hospital and the country’s main heart and lung transplant centre treating over 24,400 inpatient and day cases and 73,600 outpatients each year from across the UK. Our patients travel long distances to see us, confident in the knowledge that we are at the forefront of providing new and innovative treatments for heart and lung patients.

We offer specialist service for:

Cardiac (Heart)
• Non-invasive Diagnostic and interventional cardiology
• Electrophysiology
• Implantable devices
• Cardiac Surgery

Thoracic (Lung)
• Interstitial lung disease
• Respiratory infection
• Inflammation and immunology
• Lung cancer treatment
• Thoracic surgery
• Respiratory support and Sleep
• Pulmonary thromboendarterectomy (PTE) Surgery

• Heart transplantation
• Lung Transplantation

How to Choose Papworth

Papworth is a specialist heart and lung hospital and most patients are referred to Papworth by their hospital doctor after they have been seen in their local hospital.  If you would like to receive your care at Papworth, please speak to your GP or the hospital doctor managing your care and ask them to refer you to Papworth.

For further information about Papworth Hospital and how to choose our services please contact our Patient Advisory Liaison service:

Telephone: 01480 364896

For private patient services please contact:

Telephone: 0800 001 4152


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