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Updated: 17 January 2020:

The Trust is continuing to impose restrictions on visitors permitted onto our adult wards at Stoke Mandeville and Amersham hospitals over the weekend. Please call ahead before making a visit to these hospitals. This is a preventative measure to limit the potential risk of norovirus infection. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

Please note: A&E at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and all outpatient clinics at both hospitals are running as normal, unless otherwise informed.

Welcome

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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Restrictions on visitors to adult inpatient wards at Stoke Mandeville and Amersham hospitals
10 Jan 2020

The Trust is currently imposing restrictions on visitors permitted onto our adult wards at Stoke Mandeville and Amersham hospitals. This is a preventative measure to limit the potential spread of the highly infectious norovirus that is circulating in the community.

Check before visiting the hospital
09 Jan 2020

As is normal at this time of year, flu and norovirus are circulating within the community and some of our inpatient wards are affected at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. Visiting will be restricted in areas experiencing flu and norovirus. We will try to contact a patient’s next of kin to inform them of any restrictions in advance, but if you are unsure please check before visiting by calling the appropriate ward.

Trust launches new maternity resources and continuity of carer teams for pregnant women
07 Jan 2020

The Trust is excited to be launching the first of its new continuity of carer midwifery teams working within the community and attached to Wycombe and Aylesbury birth centres. This is part of the maternity transformation programme which seeks to implement the vision set out in the Better Births* review and the NHS Long term plan for improving maternity services in the UK. The Trust is also launching a new app this month to support women from the start of pregnancy to early parenthood. The mum & baby app will be available for all women across Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West.

Help us help you - stay well this winter
03 Jan 2020

Our accident and emergency department at Stoke Mandeville Hospital is very busy at the moment. Please make use of the range of alternative options available for non-emergency situations to ensure you get the appropriate care you need and save yourself an unnecessary trip to A&E.

Take on a charity challenge in 2020
01 Jan 2020

Have you always wanted to test yourself in the London Marathon or take part in a world-class closed-road cycling event? Now you can! And what’s more, by registering to part through our Trust Charitable Fund you'll be challenging yourself in support of a very good cause – your local NHS.

Kris Aves demonstrates the new NSIC gym equipment hes donated_loRes
24 Dec 2019

Kris Aves, the policeman who spent several months undergoing rehabilitation in the Trust’s National Spinal Injuries Centre (NSIC) after being hit by the van used in the Westminster Bridge attack in March 2017, has been back to Stoke Mandeville Hospital to donate equipment as a way of saying ‘thank you’.

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