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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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Statement in response to MK Citizen piece

Following the report in the MK Citizen with regards to agency staff, staffing levels and our Observation Unit on Thursday 12 March 2020 we would like to clarify some facts:...

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Glaucoma Patient Support session postponed

Our next Glaucoma Patient Support group session, which had been scheduled for Friday 3 April at the Academic Centre, MKUH, has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologise for...

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Statement from the family of Covid-19 patient at Milton Keynes University Hospital

We are  releasing a statement today (Saturday 7 March 2020) on behalf of the family of the patient who sadly died having tested positive for COVID-19. The family do not...

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Statement on COVID-19 Coronavirus Milton Keynes University Hospital

We can assure local people that we have followed, and continue to follow, all national guidance on the identification and management of patients with suspected COVID-19. This includes when to...

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Statement regarding Covid-19 at Milton Keynes University Hospital

Sadly, we can confirm that a man in his early 80s being cared for at Milton Keynes University Hospital has died. The man, who had underlying health conditions, tested positive...

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Milton Keynes Cancer Centre to open to outpatients on Monday 9 March

Milton Keynes University Hospital’s new £15m Cancer Centre will open to outpatients and visitors as of Monday (9 March), bringing significant improvements to cancer treatment and support in MK and...

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MKUH Council of Governor elections

Milton Keynes University Hospital’s Council of Governor Elections are now open to members. Being a governor is a vital role; you will be one of the voices representing our members, helping...

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New Cancer Centre is hosting inpatients

Milton Keynes University Hospital’s new Cancer Centre is now home to inpatients. The old Ward 22, which was previously the hospital’s cancer inpatient ward, moved to the new ward in...

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Guests at Kents Hill Park leave after testing negative for coronavirus

One hundred and eighteen guests at Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre left today (Sunday 23 February 2020) following 14 days in isolation at the facility. All guests have...

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Cancer drug trial helps keep grandfather healthy

Milton Keynes University Hospital has been praised by a blood cancer patient who is taking part in its NHS drug trial which has helped him keep clear of infections. Marc...

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