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  • Changes to Patient Transport Services

    From Monday 3 October 2016, there will be changes for patients in Milton Keynes who use Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services.

    Service users will be required to fulfil the following;

    • An eligibility assessment, to be reissued every 28 days
    • A two week advance booking period, for booking transport to and from appointments.

    These changes are necessary in order to better plan and allocate resources for the service, and improve the overall patient experience.

    Patients requesting transport will have to undergo an eligibility assessment every 28 days to ensure that they remain eligible for the service.  Where patients are assessed initially as ineligible, they will be able to reapply and be reassessed against the eligibility criteria within the 28 days period.

  • Time Capsule marks the start of a new Academic Centre

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    Construction of an £8.5millon Academic Centre is about to begin at Milton Keynes University Hospital.  The state-of-the-art building is the result of a partnership between the hospital and the University of Buckingham Medical School. The University of Buckingham received a £2m grant from SEMLEP, South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership, as part of the Local Growth Fund initiative, which has helped to make the project possible. The new Academic Centre will provide an outstanding resource for medical education and training for students, doctors, nurses and health professionals throughout the hospital. 

  • Milton Keynes Hospital is building a new ward

    Milton Keynes University Hospital is beginning construction work on a new surgical ward from Monday 19 September to increase the number of beds available for patients. 

    The new ward, which will help the hospital deal with ever-increasing demand for its services throughout the year, will be built next to the Treatment Centre (which is currently also the hospital's main entrance). 

    The works are part of a larger programme of improvements being made to the hospital, with a brand new main entrance and Academic Centre - which is being built in partnership with the University of Buckingham - also planned for completion next year.

    Construction of the new surgical ward is expected to be completed in January 2017. 

  • Organ Donation Week 2016

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    Over the last five years, 13 patients have helped turn an end into a beginning at Milton Keynes University Hospital by becoming an organ donor after their death, according to figures provided by NHS Blood and Transplant to mark Organ Donation Week (5th – 11th September). The week highlights how people could give someone the chance of a new beginning by telling their family they want to be an organ donor.


As a teaching hospital, we conduct education and research to improve healthcare for our patients. During your visit students may be involved in your care, or you may be asked to participate in a clinical trial. Please speak to your doctor or nurse if you have any concerns.