Health - Improving Healthcare in MK

Our hospital has reached a major milestone in recent months in becoming a teaching facility, attracting new medical students to the area, in addition, highly regarded clinicians to Milton Keynes. The word is definitely filtering out that MKU Hospital is the place to be!

Over the next 3 years the hospital will be investing £60-70 million to improve the facilities and services for their patients.  Currently we are witnessing the construction of a new cancer centre and an additional purpose built 20 bed ward. An additional car park with 120 spaces will be completed in November to accommodate the expansion and their 4000 staff.

 

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Mental Health in MK - Positive Outcome but More to Do

Young people’s mental health was the main agenda item at the recent community engagement meeting held at Milton Keynes Academy. The meeting was organised by myself and Iain Stewart with speakers from the local NHS, Youth Counselling Service (YiS) and Dr.

All Good News at MKU Hospital

A tour of the MK University Hospital grounds with CEO Joe Harrison gave me an opportunity to see the major developments on the estate.

New Doctors at MKU Hospital

MK University Hospital has welcomed sixty medical students to their new teaching facility this week.

The partnership with the University of Buckingham means the number of students training across all departments will dramatically increase to around 120 over the next three years.

Need a Doctor?

I dropped into visit the re-opened Newport Pagnell Medical Centre at Willen last week. Anyone needing to register for a Doctor can contact the surgery as there are places available. Go to http://www.npmc.nhs.uk/

NO Closures at MKU Hospital

In recent days there have been rumours that some MKU Hospital services are under the threat of closure.  This is totally unfounded and Joe Harrison, CEO of MKU Hospital has issued the following statement.