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  • Progress report on Healthcare review published

    A progress report from the Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes Healthcare Review has been issued today. It has set out recommendations to secure the future of health services across Bedford and Milton Keynes. The report proposes a future for both hospitals that will enable them to maintain core services that are valued by local people, including urgent care and inpatient beds. However, before any decisions are reached, further analysis and consultation will be taking place. More information will be published on how people can get involved as and when it is made available to us. The full version of the report can be downloaded here: http://www.shapingmkhealth.co.uk/progress-report/ Chief executive Joe Harrison said: "I welcome the publication of the interim report, which is the res ...
  • Ebola – very low risk but Milton Keynes Hospital is prepared

    We have had no cases of Ebola at the hospital. In common with all other hospitals, we must rule out Ebola in any patient presenting at A&E who has recently travelled from a high risk area.

    This includes taking all necessary steps to prevent and control the spread of infection until the condition can be ruled out.

  • Nursing staff boost

    Milton Keynes Hospital welcomed 70 new staff nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants to the trust this week. The new staff will be working in all areas of the hospital. Many of them have had a long-held dream to go into nursing, while for others it is an exciting new change of direction. Among the new staff is Carlo Manglicmot, who completed his degree at London’s South Bank University. In his native Philippines, he was a teacher. He says: “While I was teaching, I was also a Red Cross volunteer and I was always so impressed by the nursing teams I came into contact with. My wife is a theatre nurse and she encouraged me to retrain.” ...
  • New artwork for children's ward

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    Young patients are to benefit from bright, new decorations on the children’s ward at Milton Keynes Hospital, thanks to Leo’s Appeal and the Milton Keynes Community Foundation.

    The new mural was designed by Eric Klein Velderman of Cantoo Art and Design Consultants. After talking to young patients, their families and staff on the children’s unit to find out what they would like, Eric decided on a river theme for the artwork – which also includes fish created by hospital staff and patients.

    The 40-foot-long print was produced and installed by Chameleon-co, a local company specialising in super-sized artwork.

  • Santander volunteers transforming cancer unit garden


    Cancer patients at Milton Keynes Hospital are to benefit from a new garden thanks to volunteers from Santander.  

    This summer, staff from Santander’s head office in Milton Keynes have been redeveloping the hospital’s Macmillan cancer unit garden to provide a new, relaxing experience for patients and their families.