A new campaign aimed at preventing avoidable accidents in the home to ease pressure on the NHS has been backed by two north-east MSPs.
The number of patients turning up at Scotland’s accident and emergency units has reached a new low in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
Volunteers are being deployed to some A&E departments to help boost the NHS’s battle against coronavirus.
A consultant anaesthetist has told how medics are “deeply apprehensive” about a surge in Covid-19 cases and whether intensive care units will cope.
Hospitals across Britain are “full” which is resulting in “inhumane” treatment of patients in corridors, leading emergency doctors have warned.
Treating A&E patients in corridors is becoming “the norm”, leading nurses have warned.
More than 100,000 A&E patients waited for hours for beds in hospitals during January – the highest number since records began, NHS figures show.
More than 80% of people who attended Aberdeen Royal Infirmary’s emergency department were seen or assessed in four hours, new figures have shown.
Wales’s health minister has said he is “concerned” about the time it is taking ambulances to hand over patients to A&E departments.
The four-hour A&E waiting time target could be scrapped after the NHS in England recorded its worst figure on record, the Health Secretary has hinted.
Increasing numbers of patients are waiting more than four hours to be seen at A&E departments, which also saw a record number of attendances and ambulance callouts in December.
The NHS experienced its busiest month on record in December with an unprecedented number of A&E attendances and ambulance call-outs.
There has been a small increase in the percentage of NHS Grampian patients being seen within four hours at the region’s A&Es.
NHS Grampian has released its latest patient statistics.
A health board has released information on activity at the emergency department at a major Aberdeen hospital over the past week.
A smartphone device which can be used to detect serious heart conditions should be rolled out to A&E departments across the country, researchers say.
More than 1,000 people attended Aberdeen’s accident and emergency department in the past week, according to new figures.
More than 1,100 people have passed through the emergency department of an Aberdeen hospital in the past week.
An Aberdeen hospital has seen more than 1,100 people visit its emergency department in the last week.
New NHS figures show 89% of people admitted into accident and emergency across the region were attended to within four hours.
An Aberdeen hospital has seen more than 1,140 people visit its emergency department in the last week.
A health board has released weekly figures which show a decrease in the number of people attending A&E.
NHS Grampian has been praised after latest emergency department figures were released.
A key A&E target has been missed by NHS Grampian for the first time since April.
The emergency department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been named "team of the year" at a national event.