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  • Inspection of the hospital taking place this week

    There is an inspection of Milton Keynes Hospital taking place today, tomorrow and Thursday by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). There will be small groups of inspectors in the hospital throughout the three days who will review all of the services that we provide. 

    They will be interviewing staff, talking to patients and relatives and observing care that is given. If you visit the hospital during this time you may be asked if you are comfortable with an inspector observing elements of your care. It is your right to deny this request if you feel uncomfortable, but we do ask that all patients try to be accommodating - where possible - as their inspection helps us to learn, develop and improve.


  • 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.” ...
  • CQC Public listening event - October 21

    As part of our inspection, members of the public are invited to a CQC led listening event, taking place on October 21.

    Please come along and share your experiences of care at Milton Keynes Hospital - your feedback is an important part of our inspection.

  • Who are your hospital heroes?

    Milton Keynes Hospital is getting ready to celebrate the dedication and commitment of its staff – and needs your help to do so!

    This month the hospital launched its new annual Staff Awards and is calling on members of the public to nominate their healthcare heroes.

    The Staff Awards 2014 are open to anyone who works at Milton Keynes Hospital - from doctors and nurses to healthcare assistants, receptionists and porters, as well as those staff in hidden departments who have gone over and above to provide exceptional care and service.