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Could your company benefit from a partnership with us?

A great atmosphere in the office and promoting creativity; supporting our charity can also promote your organisation to a wider audience, help achieve your Corporate Social Responsibility objectives, motivate and team build, get great PR and make a real difference.

That’s a lot of benefits! Just some of the ways you can help include:

Nominate us as your Charity of the Year 

Nominating the Milton Keynes Hospital Charity as your Charity of the Year is a great way for your whole company to work together to make a really positive impact, by promoting team spirit and boosting staff morale, bringing your employees together in an organised, co-ordinated way.  

Make a corporate donation or gift in kind

You could donate products or services to help our charity. You could donate a prize for a raffle or auction or simply donate pens and paper! We’re really grateful to companies who sponsor our fundraising materials too – and are happy to work with you to ensure your gift is well-publicised. 

Staff volunteering

How about using your employees’ skills to help us? Recently we’ve had John Lewis and Fleetline Cars carry out redecorations of hospital areas, which staff have found incredibly rewarding and motivating. Importantly, your staff get to make a difference to the heart of Milton Keynes Hospital.

We can not only support with you lots of ideas, but provide everything you need to plan your event, whether it's a raffle in the office or dinner for hundreds. We also have strong local PR links. Please contact us for more information at fundraising@mkhospital.nhs.uk or call 01908 996220.

Corporate partnerships

We are privileged to have a number of great corporate supporters. Click on the read more tab to find out how local companies are supporting us.

Experience Days were kind enough to donate a raffle prize for us to use at our 2016 Winter Ball. You can find out more about Experience Days on their website - 


ID Medical group have supported Milton Keynes Hospitals children's wards for a number of years. 

"ID Medical is proud to support our local hospital charity. MKHC does amazing work making the hospital friendlier and more comfortable for patients and their families, and we hope to continue helping them in their mission for many years to come.” Rebecca, Communications Manager at ID Medical.

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 Marketing Consultancy company Gem Media have selected Milton Keynes Hospital Charity as their charity of the year.

"I chose Milton Keynes Hospital Charity having been an MK Citizen my entire life, I want to help raise funds which will benefit patients in the local community." Gemma, Director at Gem Media Marketing Consultancy.

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  • MKUH Annual Meeting 2018 - All welcome

    Come along to our Annual Meeting on Wednesday 12 September to find out all you need to know about how your hospital has been performing over the past year.

    The meeting will be held in our Academic Centre on the hospital site with refreshments to be served from 6pm for a prompt start at 6.30pm. All staff, patients and members of the public are welcome to attend.


    This is a short message of thanks to staff at Milton Keynes University Hospital as we celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS today.

    I hope you can all take a moment to have a break and reflect on the part you play in the service we are celebrating today.

    The NHS is a team of 1.5 million, a system, in which we all play an important part. To do our jobs well – whoever we are, and particularly if we have a leadership role - we are each dependent on a network of others in hundreds of different roles. Every member of the NHS team is as vital as the next and it is this co-operative, this family, that is part of what makes working in the NHS so special. 

  • Public Board 6 July 2018

    The public board today has been moved from Room 6 of the Education Centre to the Academic Centre. The board will still comemence at 10:00am

  • Meeting for those with Type 1 Diabetes

    The Milton Keynes Integrated Diabetes Service will be holding an informal meeting for people with Type 1 diabetes.

  • Neonatal Unit and Emily's Star launch a new app

    We have launched an app that allows parents of babies in our Neonatal Unit to keep in touch even when they are not in the hospital. We are the first hospital in the south east to introduce vCreate.


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.