Milton Keynes Hospital has 550 beds and about 4,000 staff. It provides acute hospital services and an increasing number of specialist services to its growing population. It is organized into four clinical divisions such as medicine, surgery, women and children and core clinical.
Some of their departments and services include Accident and Emergency services, Anesthesia services, Breast surgery, Children’s and Adolescent services, Fertility services, General Medicine, Gynecology, Infectious Diseases, Major Trauma, Neonatal Care, and a whole bunch of services.
They have a lot of facilities like Disabled parking, wheelchair access, and disabled WC for Accessibility, access to TV and a public telephone for Accommodation, Bereavement support, and Translation services for Counselling and Support, Prayer Area and On-site Chapel for Faith Services, a café and a shop for Ford, and Amenities, and car parking, cycle parking, and disabled parking for Parking.
When Milton Keynes was still developing in the late 1960s, there were still no local hospitals in the area until 1984 when Milton Keynes Hospital first opened. In 1988, phase two commenced, and the operating theatre suite opened. Phase two opened, and there is a new MRI scanning unit, 28-bed orthopedic unit, a GP pediatric assessment unit, and a refurbished A&E department in 1992.
From 2005 to 2015, there has been a lot of improvement and there was a dramatic increase in the services they offered. The locals were happy to not be travelling to receive specialist treatments. From being called as “The Trust”, their name changed to Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Within the time frame, they have had 550 beds, 4,898 members of staff, and 166 volunteers. There have been 88,041 ED attendees, 34,401 emergency admissions, and 3,592 babies delivered. 150 research studies were studied, 3,415 participants were recruited for clinical studies, and there were 383,036 outpatient attendances.
Research and Development is one of Milton Keynes’ key aims because they believe that these are an essential part for the betterment of healthcare. Research is as important to healthcare because it leads to new treatments. Luckily, this area has been one of the fastest growing areas in the hospital. Some of the main clinical research areas of Milton Keynes are Cancer, COVID-19, Reproductive Health, Cardiology, and more.
In fact, they have received tons of awards for the quality of their Research and Development. And if you want to know more about this area of MKUH, you can call them at 01908 995137.
The values of MKUH can be summarized with 4C’s – Care, Communicate, Collaborate, and Contribute.
They care because they deliver safe and high quality care for their patients. They communicate because they keep their patients informed and engaged in their treatment and care. They collaborate because they work together with GPs, primary care, community care, social care, and others. They contribute because they acknowledge and share their good practices to others.
If you want to know more about Milton Keynes University Hospital, you can call them at 01908 660033 or visit their website at https://www.mkuh.nhs.uk/.
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