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  • Easter bank holiday pharmacy opening times

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    The NHS is reminding people in Milton Keynes where they can access expert medical treatment during the Easter bank holiday weekend (14 – 17 April 2017).

    Patients can save time in the waiting room by visiting their pharmacist for quick, confidential advice on a range of common illnesses.

     

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  • Message to staff on Brexit and the triggering of Article 50

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    As the Prime Minister formally begins the UK’s departure from the European Union with the triggering of Article 50 today, I felt it was important to acknowledge how this may make some of our colleagues feel and to try to provide reassurance to those who may feel worried about what it might mean and anxious about the future.

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  • A&E reception refurbishments

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    Starting on Monday (March 27) we will be refurbishing our reception area in A&E.

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  • Next Generation of Doctors

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    Sixty medical students begin their clinical training at Milton Keynes University Hospital this week, with the young doctors in the making due to qualify in just over two and a half years. 

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  • First Big Conversation event success

    On Tuesday 28 February, we held our first in a series of events entitled The Big Conversation. The focus of this event was on a number of site developments that are currently ongoing on the Trust site, including the opening of ward 24 and the construction of both our new main entrance and Academic Centre.

    The session was well attended and was also the first to be streamed live on the Trust's Facebook account. For all those who were unable to make the event, please find a link to the presentation here.

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As a teaching hospital, we conduct education and research to improve healthcare for our patients. During your visit students may be involved in your care, or you may be asked to participate in a clinical trial. Please speak to your doctor or nurse if you have any concerns.