Health chiefs say people can no longer visit loved ones in north-east hospitals in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Aberdeen Maternity Hospital
NHS Grampian has cut visiting hours at all north-east hospitals and said young children should not attend to help protect against the spread of coronavirus.
The Aberdeen Maternity Hospital originates back to a small facility established at Guestrow in 1870.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard on Christmas Eve that Ruaraidh Hutchison, 43, was at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital on Cornhill Road, Aberdeen, on September 28 this year when he assaulted a woman known to him.
Around 200 former neonatal unit patients turned out to celebrate World Prematurity Day.
A charity is appealing for former patients of a neonatal unit to come forward ahead of World Prematurity Day this weekend.
In the first part of our series looking at neonatal care and support, Evening Express reporter Lee McCann speaks to nurses taking care of sick babies in the city’s Aberdeen Maternity Hospital
Tributes paid to campaigner Trish Lively who changed lives of sick and premature babies in north-east
Trish Lively, who has died following a short illness at the age of 71, was one of the leading members of Friends of the Special Nursery, a campaign to build a new facility at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital which would go on to become the modern-day neonatal unit.
American neonatal expert jets into Aberdeen to share advice on how to care for critically ill babies
An international neonatal expert has been working with maternity staff teaching them techniques to help care for critically ill babies.
New statistics released by the midwives unit of an Aberdeen hospital have shown that almost 40 babies were born in the unit last month.
NHS Grampian hosted the afternoon event to honour everyone who has made items for premature babies born in Aberdeen Maternity Hospital.
A total of 23 babies were born in an Aberdeen hospital’s midwives unit in the past month.
A charity has funded a six-month visit to Aberdeen from an international neonatal expert.
A health board has apologised to a pregnant woman for failing to give her steroids.
More than 30 babies were born in an Aberdeen hospital Midwives Unit last month.
Dr Annie Kirk Robertson worked at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and was asked by NHS Grampian to contact the General Medical Council (GMC) to get clarification over her role.
10-year-old Evan was born weighing just 1lb 10oz and was looked after by staff at the neonatal unit.
Parents ‘probably got a speeding ticket’ racing to Aberdeen hospital for birth of son on New Year’s Day
Vanessa and Stuart Bremner, who already have a daughter, Lucy, three, said they “probably got a speeding ticket” rushing from Stonehaven to Aberdeen Maternity Hospital’s midwives unit.
A north-east group has given babies in Aberdeen Maternity Hospital’s neonatal unit their first stockings.
The best possible Christmas presents arrived early yesterday morning at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital as two families welcomed new babies into the world
A fundraiser to provide stockings for premature babies at Aberdeen Neonatal Unit over Christmas has smashed its fundraising target.
New statistics have been released by a north-east health board which count the pitter-patter of tiny feet.
Pregnant women fear having to give birth on the side of a road while being transferred between two north-east hospitals – according to a new report.
A midwife unit has reopened after being forced to close for five months due to staff shortages.
Aberdeen mum launches campaign to change paternity and maternity leave rules for parents of premature babies
An Aberdeen mum has started a petition urging the government to change the rules of paternity and maternity leave for parents of premature babies.
NHS Grampian has approved spending more than £7 million on initial site works for a new £163m hospital and cancer treatment centre.
An Aberdeen firm has raised more than £10,000 for charitable causes.
With the festive season steadily approaching, a group has already started preparation work to provide Aberdeen's newborns with presents.
Seven of the UK’s most acclaimed food stars are bringing their Michelin-starred menus to Aberdeen for a special festival of fine dining.
The Scottish Public Services Ombudsman has ruled NHS Grampian, which runs the hospital, did nothing wrong.