English French German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust RGB BLUE

  • A&E reception refurbishments


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

  • Next Generation of Doctors

    compressed MKUH Medical Students March 2017

    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. 

  • 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.

  • 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.

    Ward 24 web

  • 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.



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.