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Antenatal self-referral available at MKUH

You no longer needs to visit your GP to be seen by a midwife, you can make an antenatal self-referral right from your own home. Did you know booking early...

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First baby of 2020

First baby of the new decade born at MKUH The first baby to be born at Milton Keynes University Hospital in 2020 was a baby boy. Born 1 January 2020...

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Nurse Cadets join MKUH workforce

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been working in partnership with MK College to deliver on-the-job experience to future healthcare workers and create career pathways for young people...

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Strictly Come Dancing stars support Hospital Charity

A pair of Strictly Come Dancing stars are on their way to Milton Keynes. Katya and Neil Jones, both professionals on the smash-hit BBC1 show Strictly Come Dancing, have been...

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#TeamMKUH Staff Awards Nominations Open!

We need your help to celebrate the incredible people who work for us – staff who deliver really exceptional patient care with compassion, skill and innovation. In November we will...

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Tracy Rea, bereavement midwife wins national Tommy’s award

Tracy Rea, 52, a Specialist Bereavement Midwife at Milton Keynes University Hospital, has won the Tommy’s Healthcare Hero award. She was nominated by five women in the 2019 awards having...

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Biomedical Science Staff at MKUH win cash prize

Biomedical science staff at Milton Keynes University Hospital have won a Biomedical Science Day Activity Fund from the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). They have opened the doors to the...

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Labour Ward would love your new baby photographs

Did you have a baby at Milton Keynes University Hospital in 2018? If so the Trust would love you to send in a photograph of your little bundle of joy. The...

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Outpatient Induction of Labour now offered at Milton Keynes University Hospital

From January 28, 2019, pregnant women who have an uncomplicated pregnancy and who are fit and well, will have the option of an outpatient induction of labour. This means that,...

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Warm Baby Bundle Initiative

On Monday December 3, we are launching a new initiative in Maternity. The Warm Baby Bundle will focus on newborn babies who, due to various factors, are considered to be...

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