The number of patients attending accident and emergency departments in Scotland has risen to the highest level since before the coronavirus lockdown began, the latest figures show.
You know those people who say: “I’ve never been in hospital”? I’m not one of them.
Accident and emergency departments in Scotland saw the second highest number of patients since lockdown in the first full week of July, the latest figures indicate.
People with non-life threatening conditions are to be asked to make an appointment ahead of attending accident and emergency units in Wales, the Health Minister has said.
A target to ensure 95% of all accident and emergency cases are seen within four hours was met in May for the first time in almost three years.
Police, alcohol campaigners and doctors have expressed concerns about pubs reopening on Saturday while the NHS is still dealing with the coronavirus crisis.
Accident and emergency departments in Scotland experienced the highest number of patients since the coronavirus lockdown began in the third week of June, new figures have shown.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has welcomed a rise in the number of people attending accident and emergency departments as she repeated her message for anyone with urgent medical conditions to seek help.
Accident and emergency waiting times performance has reached its best level in almost three years in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
A&E attendances and emergency admissions to hospitals in England have fallen to their lowest figure on record in the face of coronavirus.
A north-east MSP is warning people not to ignore vital signs of serious illnesses after attendance figures at A&E dropped by more than half compared to the same week last year.
In the north-east the number of people visiting A&E units has more than halved since the beginning of March.
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.
More than 80% of people who attended Aberdeen Royal Infirmary’s emergency department were seen or assessed in four hours, new figures have shown.
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.