Milton Keynes Hospital Charity wants every patient and visitor at Milton Keynes University Hospital to have the best experience.
We raise funds to make a real difference to all who use our hospital services, working with Milton Keynes University Hospital to offer patients, their families and staff the best experience possible.
Key statistics from last year:
benefitted from the cancer centre
During the pandemic, MKUH has faced the most extreme pressure.
We launched an appeal in March 2020 to support staff wellbeing and enhance the experience of our most vulnerable patients, many who were in hospital alone without family and friends.
Following our 2018 appeal, Milton Keynes Hospital Charity raised £1m towards the hospital’s new cancer centre.
The centre opened in March 2020, and is a dedicated space offering treatment, information and support to anyone affected by cancer, in a more spacious, comfortable and welcoming environment.
Our BabyLeo appeal launched in September 2020 and funded three new state of the art incubators for the neonatal unit.
The BabyLeos are the “Rolls Royce” of incubators and offer the latest in neonatal technology, with in-built weighing scales, special heating systems and personalisation, too.
In 2016 we raised £200,000 to transform the children’s wards at MKUH – funding bright new artwork, sensory items and play equipment – and better support young patients at the hospital.
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