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  • Work to start on new main entrance

    Construction begins on a modern new main entrance at Milton Keynes University Hospital from Tuesday 3 January 2017.

    The new building will contain additional seating areas, a Costa coffee and convenience store and will provide the ever-increasing number of staff, patients and visitors visiting the hospital with a contemporary and welcoming main route into the hospital building.

    The new main entrance will be located opposite the hospital’s multi-storey car park and will be constructed in front of the existing entrances 5 and 6 of the main outpatients building and the entrance to the Speech and Language Therapy (SALT) department.

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  • The Singing Club at Cancer Services

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    A singing club for cancer patients has been set up by a Macmillan Information and Support Specialist Nurse at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

    “Singing can have many benefits for cancer patients including helping people with their breathing and elevating their mood,” explains Fay Grech-Marguerat, Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Advanced Nurse Practitioner at the Macmillan unit in the hospital. “It’s also a social activity, bringing people together to have fun and achieve a common goal.”

  • Local Students Help Improve Hospital Facilities

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    A custom-made wheelchair specifically designed for children by a third year student from Middleton Primary School was unveiled at Milton Keynes University Hospital on Friday.

  • Nurse on a Mission!

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    Staff Nurse Lisa Driscoll made a pledge last year to make sure that ‘Every patient in the hospital has a gift this Christmas’ and launched a Facebook appeal to fill as many Shoeboxes with gifts as she could. The extraordinary generosity of the people of Milton Keynes was so overwhelming that every patient did receive a gift - and so Lisa has decided to it all again this year.

  • Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust rated Good by CQC

    Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been rated by England's Chief Inspector of Hospitals as Good overall following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

    The rating of Good was awarded to the Trust for being effective, caring, responsive and well-led following an inspection in July this year.

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