An Aberdeen charity has been shortlisted in the Team Aberdeen category of an upcoming award ceremony.
Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership
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.
A health body is carrying out a survey to better understand the roles of carers in Aberdeen.
Outline plans to deliver a range of care services in Aberdeen has been made available for public consultation.
A health body is offering carers in the north-east the opportunity to share their views on what they think their field needs.
Proposals for a new £8.1 million health centre in Aberdeen have been unveiled.
Nominations are now open for an annual award which aims to recognise north-east colleagues who go above and beyond in the health sector.
An Aberdeen health partnership is offering a cash boost to help create healthier communities.
The mum of an Aberdeen man left in a coma after a tourist bus crash has pleaded with council care providers to try to find a new home for her son.
Health bosses today announced they have secured the staff needed to continue running an Aberdeen health centre.
A former Gordon Highlander serviceman who struggled with alcoholism is seeking fellow veterans to help his bid to set up a support group.
A new plan to help people with learning disabilities has been welcomed.
An Aberdeen doctor’s practice will continue to operate after a decision by health officials to take over the facility.
A national charity that supports people with Parkinson’s disease has donated hundreds of pounds worth of equipment to a North-east health centre.
A shake-up in the way carers get paid for helping people with learning disabilities will benefit service users and health organisations, a councillor today said.
One lane of an Aberdeen road is blocked following a crash between a car and a lorry.
A new state-of-the-art day centre designed for severely disabled adults is to open next month - two months after its official opening ceremony.