ID badges, keys and security alarms were just some of the items reported missing from North-east hospitals last year.
In the first nine months of 2017 NHS Grampian received 12 reports of lost property.
Due to the database system used to log incidents, there is no way of knowing if the items were misplaced or stolen.
Keys were lost twice at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, with occurrences at Dr Gray’s in Elgin and Woodend Hospital in Aberdeen as well.
ID badges were reported missing once at ARI in January and at Inverurie Hospital in August.
A staff security alarm was also reported missing from Royal Cornhill Hospital in Aberdeen in February.
Additionally, four wheelchairs were logged as missing from Woodend Hospital in September 2016.
An NHS Grampian spokeswoman said: “Misplaced items must be reported to a line manager as soon as possible, with the appropriate action taken in line with our policy.
“In relation to lost badges, they are deactivated as soon as they are reported.”