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At 06:00 the new entrance to Milton Keynes Hospital was opened and I was lucky enough to be there.
It actually looks more like a hotel than a hospital and is rather magnificent.
As you walk in you'll see a Costa Coffee and a Subway.
I spoke to Robert Shaw, from the contractors, who told me it took five months to build, but the main building was actually put in place in just two days.
He's very proud of the work of his team and says the building is unique.
"There's not one in the UK like this, this is the first, and hopefully there will be a lot more," he said.
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Thousands of patients were removed from a hospital's waiting lists in a bid to "fiddle" the system, it has been claimed.
David Phelan, a hospital trust governor, said it was "apparent" to him that "a systematic fiddling of the waiting list figures was taking place," and claims patients were removed from lists because national targets were being missed.
The hospital admits there had been "anomalies" and that a thorough review of data had been carried out.
Senior nurse, Joe O'Brien, at Stepping Hill hospital on the day of the Manchester attack
The scanner at Llandough Hospital is the first of its kind in the UK.
People with minor illnesses or injuries are being asked to stay from Accident and Emergency at the Royal Stoke hospital after a record attendance on Monday.
The hospital says 484 people went to A&E yesterday and said it needs people to use minor injury units, so it can focus on those in a serious condition.
Press Association health correspondent says appeal goes out for blood donors: