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  • Heatwave alert

    The MET office has advised that there is a high probability that Milton Keynes will experience heatwave conditions from today (Monday 19 June) until 0900 on Thursday 22 June.

    Milton Keynes University Hospital is working with other local organisations to ensure we keep staff and patients safe and healthy during this period of hot weather.

    Please follow the NHS advice here about how to cope in hot weather. 

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  • Think ahead of the bank holiday

    NHS GP LAYCOCK ST SEX HEALTH CONSULT 57-11343-2

    With the last May bank holiday weekend fast approaching, local health professionals are reminding people to think ahead and prepare to pick up prescriptions and stock up their medicine cabinets in case of any reduced bank holiday hours.

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  • New main entrance to open at Milton Keynes University Hospital!

    Milton Keynes University Hospital’s new main entrance will open its doors to the public for the first time at 6am on Friday 26 May, 2017.

    The new entrance is located outside the main outpatients building, opposite the multi-storey car park. The building will offer a Costa Coffee shop, a Subway restaurant and a Little Fresh – a convenience store that will offer seasonal products – as well as an additional seating area with 80 chairs. 

    Patients and visitors will further benefit from a manned reception desk, a Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) lounge and an Information, Advice and Support Centre provided by Carers Milton Keynes and Age UK Milton Keynes. 

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  • Local artist paints for Breast Care Unit

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    A Milton Keynes artist has donated two pieces of art to the hospital’s Breast Care Unit to thank them for the kind and compassionate care they gave his mother.

    JJ Stellitano, who has made art for a host of celebrities, delivered two canvases to the unit on Thursday and says he is already planning his next piece for them.

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  • Cyber attack - Milton Keynes University Hospital unaffected

    Milton Keynes University Hospital's IT technicians have taken every precaution against the cyber attack affecting some NHS organisations since Friday and as a result, our clinical services are unaffected and continue to run as usual.  If you have an appointment at the hospital, please attend as you normally would unless you are contacted and told otherwise. As is always the case, we would urge the public to continue to use the hospital's services wisely and only attend A&E if you are in need of emergency care.  ...
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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.