We strive to improve the health and wellbeing of the people we care for, our staff and members, to support and empower them to lead a fulfilling life.
Here at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) we are dedicated to providing high quality care with compassion. We deliver many of the NHS services that are provided outside of hospital and in the community, such as physical and mental health, and specialist services. Together with global, national and local partners, we conduct high-quality and ground-breaking research into mental and physical health and support innovation to improve patient care.
We are a health and social care organisation and have clinical teams providing services in inpatient, community and primary care settings. Services include:
- Adult mental health
- Forensic and specialist mental health
- Older people’s mental health
- Children’s mental health
- Children’s community
- Older people and adult community
- Specialist learning disability
- Primary care and liaison psychiatry
- Substance misuse
- Social care
- Research and development
We support a population of just under a million people and employ nearly 4,000 staff. Our biggest bases are at the Cavell Centre, Peterborough, and Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge, but our staff are based in more than 50 locations. This link directs you to more information on the services we provide.
Please see the 'Further Information' section at the bottom of this page to read a copy of our three-year Trust Strategy.
As a Foundation Trust, CPFT has a membership made up of members of the public, service users and staff. Being a member gives you the opportunity to have your say on how your health service is run. This link explains more about how you can become a member and shape our services.
CPFT is supported by Head to Toe Charity. This link explains more about the charity.
CPFT became a smoke-free Trust on 1 October 2017. This link directs you to information about our smoke-free status.
Our statement of purpose
CPFT strives to improve the health and wellbeing of the people we care for, our staff and members, to support and empower them to lead a fulfilling life.
Our values - PRIDE
Professionalism - We will maintain the highest standards and develop ourselves and others ... by demonstrating compassion and showing care, honesty and flexibility
Respect - We will create positive relationships ... by being kind, open and collaborative
Innovation - We are forward thinking, research focused and effective ... by using evidence to shape the way we work
Dignity - We will treat you as an individua l... by taking the time to hear, listen and understand
Empowerment - We will support you ... by enabling you to make effective, informed decisions and to build your resilience and independence
Our work is guided and supported by the pledges and values in the NHS Constitution.
Research at CPFT
We are a University of Cambridge Teaching Trust and member of Cambridge University Health Partners working collaboratively with the University of Cambridge Clinical School. This link directs you to the Cambridge University Health Partners website. You can view more information about our research programmes through this link.
We are also a partner in the National Institute for Health Research's Applied Research Collaboration East of England. The NIHR ARC East of England is a five-year collaboration between Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, and the Universities of Cambridge, East Anglia, Hertfordshire and Essex along with other NHS Trusts, Local Authorities, Regional Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs), patient-led organisations, charities, and industry partners across the region. ARC East of England has a focus on improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable people in complex health systems, while retaining a population health view.
Find out why we collect information about our patients and how we use this information in the 'Further Information' section below.
Our staff are committed to treating you with dignity and respect at all times and, in return, we expect you to treat them in the same way. Our staff and their wellbeing is very important to us and we have a zero tolerance policy towards this.
The NHS is continuing to manage the Covid pandemic and is experiencing a high demand for its services. As a result we may not always be able to visit you in your own home at the time you prefer. If this happens then please discuss it with staff when they next visit so alternatives can be explored. This may include further support to help you to manage your own needs independently or exploring if family and friends could help. However, if our staff feel that behaviour reaches an unacceptable level and breaches our zero tolerance policy we will issue warning letters, which can result in the withdrawal of care.
We don’t want this to happen so please work with us and be respectful during this difficult time. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Gender pay gap report
This link directs you to our gender pay gap report found on the government website. More details can also be found in the link at the bottom of this page.
Modern Slavery Act Statement
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust has a zero-tolerance approach to slavery. A copy of the Trust's statement can be found in the 'Further Information' section below
Eliminating mixed sex accommodation
This link directs you to a summary of the Trust's position against the standards.
As a patient, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support.