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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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Jumbo the Chihuahua brings smiles to Wycombe Hospital children’s ward
24 May 2016

Jumbo the Chihuahua, accompanied by his owner and Pets As Therapy (PAT) volunteer Maralyn Jenkins, visited patients at Wycombe Hospital children’s ward today giving the children a chance to play with Jumbo and cuddle him while waiting for treatment or recovering after surgery.

Ask us about research
18 May 2016

Information stands at Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville on Friday 20 May 2016 to promote our clinical research as part of International Clinical Trials Day 2016.

Rheumatology rapid access pathway now live
17 May 2016

A new approach to improve emergency access to rheumatology clinics for patients living with stable rheumatoid arthritis is now available, provided patients have the agreement of their consultant.

Health care closer to home
16 May 2016

The Trust has embarked on an ambitious programme to bring care closer to the community and support patients to recover in the dignity and comfort of their own homes. This includes the launch of a plan to invest almost £1m which would previously have been spent on maintaining people unnecessarily in hospital into our community services.

Luke wins hearts at Invictus Games
10 May 2016

Congratulations to Luke Delahunty from the Trust’s NSIC team who yesterday represented Team GB at the Invictus Games 2016. Luke put his heart into competing in two events in just one day finishing in 7th place in the men’s hand bike time trial and later coming joint 6th in the men’s indoor rowing event – but it was his passion for life that won the hearts of all those following him at the games.

Dying matters
06 May 2016

At the Trust we believe providing good end of life care is everyone’s business. To raise awareness of the importance of having a conversation about death and dying we are running a series of awareness sessions across our sites as part of Dying Matters week.

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