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Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust’s mission is to provide safe and compassionate care, every time with a focus on providing right care, right place, right time, first time.

As a pioneering Trust we bring together acute and community services – delivering them when and where our patients will most benefit and we work hard to deliver this.  We have one of the best stroke services in the region, some of the lowest infection rates in the country and excellent surgical outcomes, but we are always striving to do better.

Working together with our community we are continually looking for innovative ways to improve our performance and provide our patients with the service that they deserve and our staff can be proud of.

We are well on the way to achieving this.

Find out more about our performance.


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What's new

Pilot scheme to see how dogs can help aid patients’ rehabilitation
19 Apr 2017

Patients at the National Spinal Injuries Centre (NSIC) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital are set to benefit from a pioneering new scheme which will see dogs used to aid their rehabilitation.

Visiting wards affected by norovirus or D&V
18 Apr 2017

Wards 4, 6 and 9 at Stoke Mandeville Hospital are currently affected by norovirus or diarrhoea and vomiting.

Pharmacy opening hours – Easter and May bank holiday
10 Apr 2017

As you look forward to Easter and the May bank holiday, we would like to remind you to stock up on any medication you may need as there may be changes to the opening hours of pharmacies.

Trust leads the way with anticoagulation drugs
06 Apr 2017

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is leading the way when it comes to the use of anticoagulation drugs.

Visiting wards affected by norovirus
05 Apr 2017

Wards 4, 5, 6 and 9 at Stoke Mandeville Hospital are currently affected by norovirus or diarrhoea and vomiting. In view of the high infectivity of this virus, we ask people with any symptoms (diarrhoea, vomiting or nausea) to stay at home and not visit the hospital until you are without symptoms for 48 hours.

Students get a taster of what life is like for some patients
03 Apr 2017

Sixth form students visited Amersham Hospital to learn about the practical aspects of caring for a range of patients.