More than 1,100 people have passed through the emergency department of an Aberdeen hospital in the past week.
Figures released by NHS Grampian show that 1,154 people attended A&E at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) between October 1 and 7.
Of these, 91.6% were assessed and admitted or discharged within four hours.
At Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital (RACH), 298 people visited A&E, with 100% admitted or discharged in the same time.
At Dr Gray’s in Elgin there were 452 patients, with 92.9% seen within four hours.
The figures, which are given publicly by the health board weekly, also show that at ARI 7,103 people attended the outpatient departments.
At RACH, 733 children were seen as outpatients, and this number at Dr Gray’s was 1,826.
At both ARI and Dr Gray’s 6% of patients did not show up for appointments.