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    Milton Keynes University Hospital have had to postpone a small number of planned operations and appointments scheduled for tomorrow (Tuesday 29 May) due to flooding affecting large parts of the site. All patients affected by the postponements are being contacted by telephone today as hospital staff continue to conduct an extensive clean-up to minimise the impact on hospital services.  If you have a scheduled appointment at the hospital tomorrow and have not heard from hospital staff to inform you otherwise, please continue as normal with your visit.  Multiple parts of the hospital site have been affected by flood water, caused by heavy rain yesterday. Areas particularly affected include the emergency department, radiology (imaging) department, treatment centre and IT server rooms.  Water has been ankle-deep in places and the hospital had to divert ambulances away from its Emergency Department for a short while overnight.  A number of agencies, including South Central Ambulance Service, Fire Service and Milton Keynes Council assisted the hospital througho ...
  • eCARE is now live at the hospital

    The hospital’s new electronic patient record ‘eCARE’ has now gone live in all inpatient areas of the hospital.

    eCARE will help the hospital to deliver better, safer care to patients and was implemented over the weekend of 19 and 20 May. Work continues today in our outpatients department to implement the system.

  • Milton Keynes Hospital set to launch new electronic patient record system

    A new electronic patient record system that will improve the way Milton Keynes University Hopsital cares for local people is set to go live at the hospital from 18 May 2018, and it’s called eCARE.

    eCARE is more than just a new computer system, it will give the hospital’s staff access to improved up-to-date information so that they can deliver safer, more efficient and more timely care.

  • Glaucoma Patient Support Group – 15 June

    The next meeting of our successful Glaucoma Patient Support Group (PSG) is being held on Friday 15 June, from 5pm - 8.30pm at the Ridgeway Centre, Featherstone Road, Wolverton, MK12 5TH. There is a packed agenda with four speakers including Mr Hari Jayaram from Moorfields Eye Hospital and Dr Colin Parsloe. Based on patient feedback, there will be lots of time for people to mingle and chat. This time there will also be an ‘Over to You’ session, offering patients the chance to talk about their personal experiences of living with glaucoma.

    This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about glaucoma in friendly and informal surroundings. It is a perfect chance for people affected and their families to know more about the condition. There is no need to book. Refreshments will be served and there is plenty of free parking.

  • NHS Breast Screening Programme - Public Health England advice

    Public Health England and NHS England have become aware of an issue with the NHS Breast Screening Programme, which has led to some women not being invited for their final screen between their 68th and 71st birthday.

    This is now resolved and NHSE and PHE have taken the decision to offer a re-screen for women that have been affected.


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.