Delayed discharge in Scotland has hit its worst level in two years, new figures show.
Scotland health secretary has said delayed discharge performance “needs to improve” after as official figures revealed the problem is increasing.
The Scottish Government has been urged to publish its plans to cut delayed discharges in hospital as official figures revealed the problem is increasing.
An average of 131 beds each day in the north-east are being taken up by delayed discharge.
NHS Grampian had the highest number of patients who died waiting to be discharged from hospital in Scotland last year.