Health board chiefs endorsed a £314 million spend on its estate.
At a meeting of the NHS Grampian board yesterday at Clan House, members reviewed the five-year infrastructure investment plan.
The ambitious proposals include a number of projects already slated for the coming years, including the Anchor Centre, the Baird Hospital and a new health centre in Mastrick.
An investment of £150m has been earmarked for the new city facilities, as well as a further £28m for dealing with patient backlogs, and £50m set to be used for improvements in elective care.
Another £25m will also be spent on primary and community care.