enfrdeitptrues

NHS 70 MK small

Simon Lloyd

visitors

Chairman

Prof. Joe Harrison

visitors

Chief Executive

John Blakesley

visitors

Deputy Chief Executive

Ian Reckless

ianreckless

Medical Director

Lisa Knight

LisaKnight3

Chief Nurse and Director of Patient Care

Danielle Petch

ianreckless

Director of Workforce

Kate Jarman

visitors

Director of Corporate Services

Mike Keech

Mike_Keech1

Director of Finance

Caroline Hutton

Caroline-Hutton3

Director of Operations

Emma Goddard

Emma-Goddard-web

Director of Service Development

John Clapham

Blank

Non-Executive Director

Tony Nolan

visitors

Non-Executive Director

Andrew Blakeman

visitors

Non-Executive Director

Bob Green

visitors

Non-Executive Director

Parmjit Dhanda

visitors

Non-Executive Director

Heidi Travis

visitors

Non-Executive Director

Helen Smart

Helen Smart

Non-Executive Director

Dr Ei Ei Khine Phyu

Dr Khine Phyu

Trust Doctor (Junior) - MBBS

Appointed: August 2018

During the internship period on a general medical ward, Dr Khine Phyu's job was to do clerking, physical examination, discuss management plan with seniors, address the patients’ and relatives’ concerns, update changes and write the discharge forms. Dr Khine Phyu's performed many practical skills such as taking blood samples, doing IV cannulation, ECG, inserting NG tubes and urinary catheterisation. She also observed pleural and abdominal fluid aspiration and lumbar puncture.

Moreover, Dr Khine Phyu's was posted in Accident and Emergency Department where she had learnt how to assess patients’ condition quickly via clerking, request necessary investigations and the last but not the least, how to refer to specialities according to the diagnosis. In addition, she had to participate in weekly Continuous Medical Education with consultants and seniors by doing case presentations and discussions.

Furthermore, Dr Khine Phyu attended a short course of basic life support and advanced cardiac life support which was lectured by former professor for head of medicine for 1 week and also attended the training course of BLS & ACLS provided by Burmese Medical Association of North America & University of Medicine Yangon, Myanmar and got the certificate of it.

While she was doing clinical attachment on a Geriatric Ward in Glan Clwyd Hospital, North Wales, Dr Khine Phyu's gathered the knowledge of the UK health system and learned the way of dealing with patients and colleagues. Dr Khine Phyu also attended the patient flow meetings, teaching sessions and MDT meeting, clinical conference and weekly meeting of the ward. During that time, she attended the online training course of NIH Stroke Scale by American Academy of CME, INC which was discussed in the clinical conference and got the certificate. 

Dr Khine Phyu is interested in general medicine and is planning to sit the MRCP exam in near future. As a result, it is her aim to get experience from all medical wards if it is possible. However, she is particularly interested to work in Stroke, Diabetic and Endocrinology, Geriatric, Respiratory, Renal and Accident & Emergency Departments. Dr Khine Phyu willing to learn everything and she is confident in working with colleagues as a team.

Danielle Petch

Director of Human Resources and Workforce Development

Appointed: July 2018

 

Dr Harry Boardman

Harry Boardman

Cardiology Consultant - MBBS, BSc, DPhil, MRCP

Appointed: 2018

Dr Boardman trained in London and Oxford. He was awarded his DPhil in Oxford exploring cardiovascular risk associated with pregnancy complications. 

Dr Boardman is a general Cardiologist with a special internal in imaging (echo, MRI and CT), heart failure and pregnancy. 

Zero tolerance to bribery and corruption

The Bribery Act 2010 was introduced to make it easier to prevent and deal with the risk and impact of bribery which is severely damaging to the delivery of an organisation’s objectives, those who rely on its services and the wider society. Bribery is defined as 'giving someone a financial or other advantage to encourage them to perform their duties improperly or reward them for having done so’.

To limit our exposure to bribery we have in place an Anti-Fraud and Bribery Policy and a Conflict of Interest Policy. These apply to all staff and to individuals and organisations who act on behalf of Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. We also employ a local counter fraud specialist who will investigate, as appropriate, any allegations of fraud and/or bribery.

The success of our anti-bribery approach depends on our staff playing their part in helping to detect and eradicate bribery. Therefore, we encourage staff, service users and others associated with Milton Keynes University Hospital to report any suspicions of bribery and we will rigorously investigate any allegations. In addition, we hold a register of interest for directors, staff, and governors and ask staff not to accept gifts or hospitality that will compromise them or the Trust.

The Board of Directors carries out its business in an open and transparent way. We are committed to the prevention of bribery as well as to combating fraud, and we expect the organisations we work with to do the same. Doing business in this way enables us to reassure our patients, members and stakeholders that public funds are properly safeguarded.

If you have any concerns or suspicions of fraud or bribery we need to know about, the Trust’s counter fraud specialist can be contacted in confidence by phone on 07917 596 137.

Dr Moyna Dwyer

Consultant Histopathologist - MBBS, MD, FRCPath

Appointed: April 2018

Dr Dwyer completed her MD (Pathology) in 1998 in India. He received her FRCPath in 2012, with the CCST coming in 2015.

Dr Dwyer has previously worked in the NHS at Dorset County Hospital, reporting and leading the colorectal multi-disciplinary team (MDT), upper GI MDT and breast work.