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  • Important information - The A&E entrance and reception desk have moved

    From today (Monday 18 Spetember) our A&E entrance and reception desk have permanently moved to area formally used as the hospital’s main entrance. This will no longer be referred to as the Acorn Suite.

    The building is located directly to the right of the current A&E reception and the new entrance into the department will be fully signposted. There will be no disruption to services during this move.

    The new A&E entrance and reception will offer patients an improved waiting area, and the move will allow the hospital to carry out vital renovation works to the building which, when completed, will increase the clinic rooms available. 

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  • Proposed work to start on the development of the north of the hospital site

     

    Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (MKUHFT) will be developing the north part of the hospital site, close to the cardiology department, to improve facilities and infrastructure. Work will begin in August 2017.

    In this proposed location, a number of developments will be made to enhance and increase the services that we offer at the hospital. The project is scheduled to be completed in winter 2019 when we will be able to access a new Cancer Therapy Centre (CTC) which will significantly improve the cancer services available at the Trust.

    Proposed MSCP - artist impression

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  • Major incident training exercise

    Milton Keynes University Hospital is taking part in a major incident training exercise on Thursday 7 September 2017 to test established local plans to deal with a large-scale, or mass-casualty, incident.

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  • Milton Keynes University Hospital officially opens main entrance

    Milton Keynes University Hospital’s new main entrance was officially opened on Thursday 13 July.

    The building, located outside the main outpatients building, was formally unveiled by Milton Keynes University Hospital Chief Executive Joe Harrison and Mayor of Milton Keynes Councillor David Hopkins. The two were further joined by local MPs Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart as well as staff members involved in the project from across the hospital.

    Image 1 - CEO and Mayor - Ribbon cutting web

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  • Become More Involved - Stand for Election as a Governor

    If you're a member of Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, one of the best ways to get more involved is to put yourself forward to stand for election to become a Governor.

    The Trust's Council of Governors provide a vital role in representing the interests of the hospital's members and make sure services are meeting the needs of the local community. To read more about the role of our Governors, click 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.