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  • Public and Staff Governor Vacancies

    The deadline for staff and public Governor nominations has now closed and we can now introduce you to the candidates for the Hanslope Park, Olney, Sherington and Newport Pagnell constituency, who are members of Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and live in the constituency area.

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  • Be part of our new campaign!

    Would you like to join our ‘Twiddlemuffs’ campaign to help people living with dementia? Twiddlemuffs are sensory sleeves that are volunteers and supporters are making for patients so that they can keep their hands busy and are distracted from pulling at cannulas or drips.

    Twiddlemuff

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  • Norovirus at Milton Keynes Hospital

    Some of our patients have been affected by vomiting and diarrhoea. We are asking you all to remain vigilant and do not visit our hospital if you have had symptoms of diarrhoea, and/or vomiting in the last 72 hours.

    Norovirus illness usually includes a sudden onset of nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. Though people can feel quite uncomfortable, the illness is generally not serious. People infected with norovirus usually get better on their own in a few days, without treatment.

    It is highly contagious in all age groups and is common in our community.

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  • Junior doctor industrial action - An update

    We have cancelled approximately 108 outpatient appointments and 36 elective procedures (including some day cases) as a result of the junior doctor industrial action. 

    We are working hard to ensure all appointments are rearranged as quickly as possible and apologise for any distress caused to patients. Patients will be contacted directly by the hospital to reschedule any cancelled appointments. If any patient is concerned, please contact the clinic number on your letter. 

     

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  • Interested in becoming a Public Governor?

    A Public Governor opportunity has arisen in the Hanslope Park, Olney, Sherington and Newport Pagnell area. The Trusts Council of Governors provide a vital role in representing the interests of the hospitals members and make sure services are meeting the needs of the local community.

    More information on the upcoming election can be found here and if you are interested in applying for the position, please see here. Completed nominations must be received by the Returning Officer by 5pm on Wednesday 20 January 2016.

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