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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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New planned surgery ward opens at MKUH

Our brand new 20-bed planned surgery ward was officially unveiled by Chief Executive, Professor Joe Harrison on Friday 24 February.

Ward 24 will be used by patients coming in for planned (elective) surgery. The new ward has been built next to the hospital’s Treatment Centre, with the theatre complex and Ambulatory Care Unit (now named ward 23) close by.

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In response to recent media reports about A&E and maternity services at the hospital

Milton Keynes University Hospital is one of the busiest urgent and emergency care sites in the country and there are certainly no plans to downgrade or merge our A&E or maternity services.

The Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) is publicly available and nowhere does it say these services, nor any other hospital services, are to be closed or moved.

We are working closely with all of the other 15 partner organisations in our region to deliver patients improved health and social care services in BLMK now and in the future, and no decisions about any service will be made without full public involvement and consultation.

 

Public and Staff Governors nominations has now closed

Public and Staff Governors nominations has now closed and we can now introduce you to the candidates.

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Get involved with The Big Conversation

Milton Keynes University Hospital would like to invite you to our first in a series of events entitled The Big Conversation. These events will allow you to find out more information about what is currently going on at the hospital – plus there will also be an opportunity to pose any questions you have to our executive panel!

The event is open to anyone and is being held on Tuesday 28 February from 5pm – 7pm at the Milton Keynes Conference Centre, Oldbrook, Milton Keynes, MK6 2TG.

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Baroness Margaret Wall of New Barnet

It is with great sadness that Milton Keynes University Hospital announces the death of its chairman, Baroness Margaret Wall of New Barnet.

Baroness Wall joined the Trust in July 2014 as chairman of the Board of Directors and Council of Governors. 

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Work to start on new main entrance

Construction begins on a modern new main entrance at Milton Keynes University Hospital from Tuesday 3 January 2017.

The new building will contain additional seating areas, a Costa coffee and convenience store and will provide the ever-increasing number of staff, patients and visitors visiting the hospital with a contemporary and welcoming main route into the hospital building.

The new main entrance will be located opposite the hospital’s multi-storey car park and will be constructed in front of the existing entrances 5 and 6 of the main outpatients building and the entrance to the Speech and Language Therapy (SALT) department.

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The Singing Club at Cancer Services

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A singing club for cancer patients has been set up by a Macmillan Information and Support Specialist Nurse at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

“Singing can have many benefits for cancer patients including helping people with their breathing and elevating their mood,” explains Fay Grech-Marguerat, Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Advanced Nurse Practitioner at the Macmillan unit in the hospital. “It’s also a social activity, bringing people together to have fun and achieve a common goal.”

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Local Students Help Improve Hospital Facilities

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A custom-made wheelchair specifically designed for children by a third year student from Middleton Primary School was unveiled at Milton Keynes University Hospital on Friday.

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