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  • Major incident training exercise

    Milton Keynes University Hospital is taking part in a major incident training exercise on Thursday 7 September 2017 to test established local plans to deal with a large-scale, or mass-casualty, incident.

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  • Milton Keynes University Hospital officially opens main entrance

    Milton Keynes University Hospital’s new main entrance was officially opened on Thursday 13 July.

    The building, located outside the main outpatients building, was formally unveiled by Milton Keynes University Hospital Chief Executive Joe Harrison and Mayor of Milton Keynes Councillor David Hopkins. The two were further joined by local MPs Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart as well as staff members involved in the project from across the hospital.

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  • Become More Involved - Stand for Election as a Governor

    If you're a member of Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, one of the best ways to get more involved is to put yourself forward to stand for election to become a Governor.

    The Trust's Council of Governors provide a vital role in representing the interests of the hospital's members and make sure services are meeting the needs of the local community. To read more about the role of our Governors, click here.

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  • MKUH annual meeting

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    Join us on Wednesday 27 September for Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s free annual event open to everyone that is being held at The Venue MK, Walton High.

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  • The Event in the Tent proves hugely popular!

    In May 2017, we launched our biggest ever internal engagement event for staff and volunteers of the hospital, providing them with a platform for sharing ideas and building up relationships from across the Trust. In our outside marquee, we hosted sessions that were aiming to inspire, support and improve learning in our aim of becoming an outstanding organisation.

    Across the three days of the event, over 1,000 staff came through the doors to our marquee to get involved in workshops, presentations and even fitness classes!

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