NHS Grampian has been praised after latest emergency department figures were released.
New data for July shows that 96.1% of patients in the city’s emergency department were seen, admitted or discharged within four hours.
The health board beat the Scottish Government’s target of 95%.
There were 11,547 attendances at A&E services in NHS Grampian.
Only 0.1% of patients spent more than eight hours in the A&E department.
Kevin Stewart, Aberdeen Central MSP, said: “NHS Grampian has once again surpassed the target for waiting times and that is something we should all be proud of.
“The fact that patients were seen within the four-hour waiting time target is the latest testament of the hard work of NHS and social care workers across the North-east.
“It is also encouraging and reassuring that NHS Grampian is building on its track record of frequently meeting or surpassing this target.
“It is right that we celebrate this success at home, and indeed across the country, as Scotland has had the best performing emergency departments in the UK for 28 months now.
“We will always value the vital work of our NHS staff and are grateful for their dedication.”