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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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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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Hold My Hand Initiative Launched at MKUH

A new initiative called ‘Hold My Hand’ has been set up at Milton Keynes University Hospital to be there for our patients nearing the end of their life whilst family...

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Hidden Stars: Malcolm Sunasky, Chaplaincy Volunteer

I’ve been a Chaplaincy Volunteer since July 2015. I normally come in on a Tuesday morning and spend about an hour-and-a-half on Ward 15, talking to patients and staff and...

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#When this is over…

In light of #ExpOfCare week we wanted to share some of the work Ward 7 has been doing in thinking about what happens after the pandemic is over. The ward...

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Letters to Loved Ones

From 1 April 2020, a dedicated email address has been set up for relatives to be able to send messages and photos to their loved ones who are currently in...

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Patient Bag drop-off service

Being an inpatient during the Covid-19 pandemic can be a lonely experience without visits and contact from your loved ones. With this in mind, on 30 March 2020 the Voluntary...

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Hidden Stars: Tina Susikow, Point of Care Testing Associate Practitioner, Pathology for Rheumatology

Tina’s small team has been significantly reduced over the last month and Tina has stepped up, stayed late and come in over the weekends and bank holidays to help ensure...

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Experience of Care Week at MKUH – Hidden Stars

Milton Keynes University Hospital is this week celebrating Experience of Care Week to highlight individual members of staff – our ‘Hidden Stars’ – who have gone above and beyond in...

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