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Public Governor nominations has now closed

The deadline has now passed for public Governor nominations, please click here for the candidates statement of nomination.

Members of Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust who live in the related public constituency area will all be given the chance to vote and more details of what each candidate will bring to the role and the ballot forms will be sent in  the next couple of weeks.

MKUH Annual Meeting 2018 - All welcome

Come along to our Annual Meeting on Wednesday 12 September to find out all you need to know about how your hospital has been performing over the past year.

The meeting will be held in our Academic Centre on the hospital site with refreshments to be served from 6pm for a prompt start at 6.30pm. All staff, patients and members of the public are welcome to attend.

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This is a short message of thanks to staff at Milton Keynes University Hospital as we celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS today.

I hope you can all take a moment to have a break and reflect on the part you play in the service we are celebrating today.

The NHS is a team of 1.5 million, a system, in which we all play an important part. To do our jobs well – whoever we are, and particularly if we have a leadership role - we are each dependent on a network of others in hundreds of different roles. Every member of the NHS team is as vital as the next and it is this co-operative, this family, that is part of what makes working in the NHS so special. 

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Public Board 6 July 2018

The public board today has been moved from Room 6 of the Education Centre to the Academic Centre. The board will still comemence at 10:00am

Meeting for those with Type 1 Diabetes

The Milton Keynes Integrated Diabetes Service will be holding an informal meeting for people with Type 1 diabetes.

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Neonatal Unit and Emily's Star launch a new app

We have launched an app that allows parents of babies in our Neonatal Unit to keep in touch even when they are not in the hospital. We are the first hospital in the south east to introduce vCreate.

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Public event - Learn more about eCARE

On Monday 2 July, we are hosting a free public event to provide participants with all the information they need to know about our new electronic patient record system eCARE. eCARE is more than just a computer system, it will transform the way we work and allow our staff to treat patients more effectively.

The event is taking place from 5.30pm and will be held in our new Academic Centre, situated adjacent to our multi-storey car park (car park D).

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eCARE is now live at the hospital

The hospital’s new electronic patient record ‘eCARE’ has now gone live in all inpatient areas of the hospital.

eCARE will help the hospital to deliver better, safer care to patients and was implemented over the weekend of 19 and 20 May. Work continues today in our outpatients department to implement the system.

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Milton Keynes Hospital set to launch new electronic patient record system

A new electronic patient record system that will improve the way Milton Keynes University Hopsital cares for local people is set to go live at the hospital from 18 May 2018, and it’s called eCARE.

eCARE is more than just a new computer system, it will give the hospital’s staff access to improved up-to-date information so that they can deliver safer, more efficient and more timely care.

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Glaucoma Patient Support Group – 15 June

The next meeting of our successful Glaucoma Patient Support Group (PSG) is being held on Friday 15 June, from 5pm - 8.30pm at the Ridgeway Centre, Featherstone Road, Wolverton, MK12 5TH. There is a packed agenda with four speakers including Mr Hari Jayaram from Moorfields Eye Hospital and Dr Colin Parsloe. Based on patient feedback, there will be lots of time for people to mingle and chat. This time there will also be an ‘Over to You’ session, offering patients the chance to talk about their personal experiences of living with glaucoma.

This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about glaucoma in friendly and informal surroundings. It is a perfect chance for people affected and their families to know more about the condition. There is no need to book. Refreshments will be served and there is plenty of free parking.