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Update 21 February 2018: Stoke Mandeville Hospital

Please be aware that A&E at Stoke Mandeville Hospital is extremely busy today. Save yourself the trip in and take a look at the Health Help Now website to find the most appropriate local health service for your needs. http://www.bucks.healthhelpnow.nhs.uk 

Update 19 February 2018:
Access to Amersham Hospital

Please note: From Monday to Thursday 19-22 February 2018 Whielden Street in Amersham, the road that leads to the hospital site, will be closed overnight between Market Square and the A404 from 7pm until 6am.

Outside of these times the road closure will be lifted and the site open to traffic as normal.

From Monday to Wednesday access to Whielden Street will only be available from the Wycombe end of Whielden Street and on Thursday access will only be available from the Amersham High Street end.

In all cases the hospital will remain accessible during the planned works, although some disruption to normal routes may occur.

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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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Road closure outside Amersham
15 Feb 2018

The Trust has been made aware that Whielden Street in Amersham, the road that leads to the hospital site, will be closed overnight between Market Square and the A404 from 7pm until 6am from Monday to Thursday 19-22 February 2018 and again on Monday 26 February. The road closure will be in operation between 7pm and 6am on each working night. Outside of these times the road closure will be lifted and the site open to traffic as normal.

Neil Macdonald appointed as interim chief executive
08 Feb 2018

We are delighted to announce that Neil Macdonald has been appointed as interim chief executive at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. He will start his new role on 19 March 2018.

National spinal injuries centre founders’ day celebrations
06 Feb 2018

The National Spinal Injuries Centre (NSIC) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital was founded on 1 February 1944. To mark the occasion this year, a display of information boards was arranged in the NSIC foyer celebrating the early service, current provision and developments for the future – such as the innovative upper limb research studio and the completion of Horatio’s garden.

Cold weather
05 Feb 2018

The forecast for the rest of this week in the Chilterns is for cold weather with a possible chance of snow. Please take care of yourself and those around you by taking care when out and about in icy conditions and by keeping warm at home.

Living with and beyond cancer survey
26 Jan 2018

Our local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) together with Macmillan is running a survey on cancer services across Buckinghamshire: ‘Living with and beyond cancer’. If you have been affected by cancer and have experience of cancer related services please take a few moments to provide your feedback.

Dignity in care awards 2018
25 Jan 2018

If you know someone at the Trust who deserves recognition for the care they provide and for promoting dignity, respect and wellbeing, why not nominate them for one of this year’s Dignity in Care Awards?

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