An Aberdeen hospital has received a clean bill of health in a report.
Healthcare Improvement Scotland has rated BMI Albyn Hospital in Aberdeen as “excellent”, “very good” and “good” across all assessed criteria.
The report said: “(The staff) participated in regular training which helped to keep their knowledge and skills up to date. Leadership at the hospital was excellent and facilitated a positive working culture where staff felt supported and appreciated.”
Stuart Storrie, executive director at BMI Albyn Hospital, welcomed the report and added that he was “proud of each and every member of the team”.