Measures to ensure continued clinical services at an Aberdeen GP practice will begin next month.
Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership
Health bosses in Aberdeen have apologised after a group of more than 100 people were told the wrong day ahead of their Covid-19 vaccination.
Health bosses have revealed plans for a crisis-hit Aberdeen medical centre to continue providing services.
Health bosses vote through Aberdeen GP practice changes which have already caused five doctors to quit
Plans by public health authorities to withdraw from managing six Aberdeen GP practices have been voted through.
The north-east is heading for an "inevitable" deterioration in mental health as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new report on the city's mental health delivery plan has warned.
Plans to set up localised groups to improve healthcare in communities across Aberdeen are moving forward.
Those living in Aberdeen are being encouraged to have their say on proposed changes to community treatment and care services (CTAC).
Support for patients diagnosed with dementia will begin again at the end of this month.
The way immunisations are carried out in Aberdeen is to be given a shake up - with plans to use churches and community halls in the works.
The social care sector in the north-east is set to benefit from a multi-million pound funding pot to help meet additional costs related to coronavirus across the country.
Poor pay and conditions for care workers have harmed efforts to stop coronavirus spread, the organisation responsible for looking after the elderly in Aberdeen has warned.
Aberdeen’s health and social care partnership has shone a light on all the projects it supported last year.
Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership encourages people to recognise north-east volunteers
People in the north-east are being encouraged to nominate inspirational individuals, organisations and groups to mark Volunteers' Week.
Coronavirus: North-east health bosses confident they can deal with staff shortages as a result of test and trace procedures
Health bosses are gearing up for potential staff shortages as a result of the Scottish Government's new test, trace and isolate procedures.
Non-Covid-19 standard childhood immunisations in Aberdeen will be carried out at a new set of locations from next week.
North-east doctors carried out more than 1,400 virtual consultations with patients across the region in the last week alone.
A health chief has made a plea for Aberdeen patients to help GP practices however they can.
An Aberdeen charity has been shortlisted in the Team Aberdeen category of an upcoming award ceremony.
Residents in Aberdeen have more than a month left to give their views on an action plan to shape the future of community mental health services.
An Aberdeen care centre will open its doors to some of the city’s most vulnerable residents at Christmas.
A health partnership will look to other projects across Scotland in a bid to recruit more doctors to the north-east.
North-east Santas will learn how to communicate in a form of sign language as part of a new initiative.
Concerns have been raised about the recruitment of doctors in the north-east.
A consultation on mental health and wellbeing has been officially launched.
A series of public consultations have been launched to help shape the future of community mental health services across Aberdeen.
The public are being encouraged to give their views as part of a mental health consultation which has newly launched in Aberdeen.
Groups and individuals across the city are being given the chance to apply for up to £5,000 of funding.
Aberdeen councillors have been told about the benefits of receiving hospital-level care at home.
In a new report, the Care Inspectorate said it revisited on March 10 and observed staff did not give residents glasses and hearing aids and allowed them to sleep for 15 hours a day.
Members of an Aberdeen community are being encouraged to come forward to give their views on a GP practice.