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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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Cancer Services update at MKUH

Milton Keynes University Hospital is reassuring all cancer patients that all of its Cancer Services remain open and running and encourages anyone with concerns or symptoms to contact their GP...

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Thank you for your support

Milton Keynes University Hospital joins Milton Keynes Hospital Charity in thanking the community for its incredible support during the COVID-19 outbreak. Milton Keynes Hospital Charity, which raises funds to make...

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Access to the hospital

One of the entrances into the hospital will be closed until the morning of Monday 20 April. The entrance near the Children’s Wards (4 and 5), where the duck feet...

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PARENTS are being urged to continue to seek medical help if their children fall ill or are injured.

PARENTS are being urged to continue to seek medical help if their children fall ill or are injured. Hospitals in Milton Keynes, Luton and Bedford have seen the number of...

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Q&A: Filming with Ross Kemp at MKUH

We have seen a number of questions and concerns raised following the news that Ross Kemp is filming a documentary at Milton Keynes University Hospital. Please read the questions and...

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Introduction of maternity visiting restrictions

Milton Keynes University Hospital has introduced strict maternity visiting restrictions from Saturday 4 April in order to safeguard mothers and newborn babies during the coronavirus outbreak. The new measures, which...

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Email a letter and photos to your loved one

Milton Keynes University Hospital has launched a new email service for families and friends which can be used to send letters and photographs to patients. During this time, when you...

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FAQs: Infant feeding guidance

Is it safe to breastfeed? There is a wealth of evidence that breastfeeding reduces the risk of babies developing infectious disease. Considering the protection that human milk offers the baby...

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Families and friends can now drop off items for patients

Milton Keynes University Hospital has introduced special arrangements for families and friends to be able to drop off certain personal items to patients under the current visiting restrictions. To help...

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COVID-19: Statement on behalf of Milton Keynes University Hospital – Saturday 28 March

It is with sadness that we can confirm that seven patients, all of whom tested positive for COVID-19, died at Milton Keynes University Hospital between Wednesday, March 18 and Thursday,...

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