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MKUH is Now Smoke-Free

Featured: MKUH is Now Smoke-Free

Milton Keynes University Hospital is now an entirely smoke-free site. As a result, patients, visitors and staff are not be permitted to smoke anywhere on the hospital grounds. This relates to all outdoor areas, including the car parks. The move is in line with the...

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National Fraud Initiative Fair Processing Notice

The Trust are required by law to protect the public funds it administers. It may share information provided to it with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds...

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Update on Maternity Visiting Restrictions

Milton Keynes University Hospital introduced strict maternity visiting restrictions from Saturday 4 April 2020 to safeguard mothers and newborn babies during the coronavirus outbreak. These restrictions have now been reviewed...

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Record number of MK home births for one month

Milton Keynes University Hospital recorded its highest ever number of home births for a single month as the pandemic reached its peak. The Home Births Team facilitated the births of...

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Face masks to be worn at hospital from Monday 15 June

From Monday 15 June, any visitor to the site (outpatient or approved visitor) will be required to wear a face covering or face mask when entering any building on the...

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How Bosom Pals (MK) has helped MKUH cancer patients and services

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service has been awarded to Bosom Pals (MK) in recognition of the amazing work they have done for Milton Keynes cancer patients and services, including...

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Outpatient appointments update

Milton Keynes University Hospital has now started the process of gradually returning to see routine outpatients following the peak of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Please be aware of the following...

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#TeamMKUH celebrates National Day for Staff Networks

Milton Keynes University Hospital is taking part in the National Day for Staff Networks today (Wednesday 13 May), recognising and celebrating staff networks, the positive difference they make and the...

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International Nurses’ Day – Student nurses on the frontline

Twelve months ago, when the World Health Organisation announced 2020 as being the first ever global Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, nobody could have predicted how much the...

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Patient Discharge Story – Nick Clark

Over a month ago, Nick Clark was discharged from Milton Keynes University Hospital and reunited with his family after having recovered from COVID-19. Nick went from a ventilator in Intensive...

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Working on COVID-19 research: #TeamMKUH’s Lynn Wren

Milton Keynes University Hospital has several staff taking part in critical research to combat COVID-19. The Trust is involved in several studies supported by NIHR (National Institute for Health Research)....

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