Latest News

Featured: Relocation of EPAU

As part of a programme of work to improve patient experience across the Trust, we have relocated our Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU) from ward 10 to a dedicated, separate unit in ward 9. The new EPAU will open tomorrow (1st July) and has been...

Relocation of EPAU Read Article

Notice of Election – MKUH Council of Governors

Have you ever considered nominating yourself to become a governor of our hospital? Milton Keynes University Hospital’s Council of Governors is holding elections in April 2022 and nominations are now...

Notice of Election – MKUH Council of Governors Read Article

Remedial works to multi-storey car park D

On Monday 21 March, essential remedial work will start on our multi-storey Car Park D (located opposite the main entrance) for a period of 13 days. The work, undertaken by...

Remedial works to multi-storey car park D Read Article

Relocation of the Avanto unit from the MRI Centre

Following the introduction of the new mobile MRI units outside the Treatment Centre, the final stage of this project is to relocate the Avanto MRI scanner from its current position...

Relocation of the Avanto unit from the MRI Centre Read Article

Covid-19 swab pod re-opens

Our Covid-19 swab pods units have now successfully re-opened in their new location in Car Park B. The two units, which are used to screen patients for Covid-19 before they...

Covid-19 swab pod re-opens Read Article

Reintroduction of visiting at Milton Keynes University Hospital

The Trust are easing visiting restrictions from today (Thursday 10 March) in line with national guidance. The changes, highlighted below, will mean that patients on adult inpatient wards are allowed...

Reintroduction of visiting at Milton Keynes University Hospital Read Article

Covid-19 swab pod relocation

Our current Covid-19 screening facility, located in the area outside of our Cardiology department, will be moving from Wednesday 9 March. The swab pods will be relocated to the area...

Covid-19 swab pod relocation Read Article

MKUH launches nomination window for Staff Awards

Our staff awards are a fantastic way to recognise and celebrate staff achievements from across the Trust. From the amazing work going on in one department to improve patient care...

MKUH launches nomination window for Staff Awards Read Article

Pathology services embraces Kaizen practices to improve urgent patient sample analysis

The Japanese concept of Kaizen – meaning ‘change for better’ or ‘continuous improvement’ – has long been associated with manufacturing organisations, aiming to streamline their processes to reduce unnecessary waste,...

Pathology services embraces Kaizen practices to improve urgent patient sample analysis Read Article

NAW – An interview with Lee Pockett

Can you introduce yourself and tell me a little bit about your job role?   My name is Lee and I am a third-year nursing apprenticeship student based in the Emergency...

NAW – An interview with Lee Pockett Read Article

Meet your Midwives Programme

Our Maternity team are hosting two 6 week programmes to provide information about you and your baby. Each week will have a different topic of discussion as its focus and...

Meet your Midwives Programme Read Article