The 18-year-old was taken to Milton Keynes General Hospital but died 14 hours later in the intensive care unit, without ever regaining conscious-ness.
What does MKGH stand for?
MKGH stands for Milton Keynes General Hospital (UK)
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- Mund Kiefer Gesichtschirurgie (German: Mouth Jaw Surgery)
- Muskegon, MI, USA - Muskegon County International Airport (Airport Code)
- Michelle Kwan Guardian Angels
- Milton Keynes Ghost Club (Milton Keynes, UK)
- Materba Kanatha Gamage Chamila Premanath (Sri Lankan cricket player)
- Michelle Koen Graphic Design (Australia)
- Merijn Klerx Grafisch Ontwerp (Dutch: Merijn Klerx Graphic Design)
- Magic Kingdom Guest Relations (Walt Disney Parks and Resorts)
- Monitoring Kwaliteit Groene Ruimte (the Netherlands; Monitoring Quality Green Space)
- Musyawarah Kekeluargaan Gotong Royong (Indonesian)
- Milton Keynes Geological Society (UK)
- Milton Keynes Group Security (Milton Keynes, UK)
- Minnesota Korean Graduate Student Association (University of Minnesota)
- Mortal Kombat Gate (gaming)
- Milton Keynes Grand Union (rotary club; UK)
- Machinefabriek Klein Hesselink (Dutch manufacturer)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The injured boy was treated at Milton Keynes General Hospital before being released at about 3am.
The injured boy was treated at Milton Keynes General Hospital before being released.
Two other patients remain at the hospital, a further two are still at Milton Keynes General Hospital and two more are still receiving treatment at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, including a 61-year-old Kenilworth man who is described as being in a 'stable' condition.
Two patients remain at Milton Keynes General Hospital - a 57-year-old woman from Victoria, Australia, and a 20-year-old man from Gdansk, Poland.
Two patients remain at Milton Keynes General Hospital - an Australian woman and Polish man.
But the shot-stopper's problem wasn't discovered until his condition deteriorated on the bus home from the game and he was admitted to Milton Keynes General Hospital after passing blood and vomiting.
Two people were cut out of the car by firefighters and were taken to Milton Keynes General Hospital where they were to remain overnight.