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  • Milton Keynes has become a University Hospital

    Milton Keynes Hospital has entered into a partnership with the University of Buckingham to become a University Teaching Hospital.

    This will allow us to attract, train and retain the best doctors and contribute towards the financial stability of the organisation.   

    As part of this move, the trust changed its name to Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust on 2 April 2015. 

    MKUH Logo Colour Apr2015




  • Milton Keynes Hospital leading the way in nursing education and innovation

    More than 150 delegates from across the UK attended a conference at the Open University on the future of nursing education. The event was organised by Milton Keynes Hospital, showcasing the innovative work they do in ensuring that nurses and midwives continue to develop their careers.

  • Six out of eight hospital specialty areas judged as ‘good’ by CQC as inspection report is published

    Surgery, critical care, maternity and gynaecology, services for children and young people, end of life care, and outpatients and diagnostic imagining have all been assessed as ‘good’ in the latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) report into care and standards at Milton Keynes Hospital.

    CQC report findings 2015v3

  • Fantastic feedback from hospital staff as national nhs staff survey is published

    More staff at Milton Keynes Hospital than ever before have reported feeling that the care of patients is the Trust’s top priority and that concerns raised about care are acted upon.

    The national NHS Staff Opinion Survey, published today (Tuesday, 24 February 2015) also reveals more staff working at Milton Keynes Hospital would recommend the organisation as a place to work or receive treatment.

  • Milton Keynes Hospital supports the ‘Hello my name is…’ campaign

    Milton Keynes Hospital is joining a massive social media movement launched by a terminally ill doctor from the north of England.

    The ‘Hello my name is…’ campaign was spearheaded by Dr Kate Granger, a young hospital consultant from Yorkshire who works in elderly care, to improve the patient experience not only here in the UK, but across the world.

    Kate became frustrated with the number of staff who failed to introduce themselves to her when she was in hospital. Her campaign on social media platform Twitter is inspiring nurses, doctors, therapists, receptionists, porters, domestics and staff in all roles.


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