Ghostbusters, firefighters and chefs all have to wear special safety gear to do their jobs.
Cannabis is to be prescribed legally from a new private clinic in Aberdeen – the first in Scotland to do so.
Tributes have been paid to an “innovative” Aberdeen doctor who was on the frontline helping victims of the Piper Alpha disaster.
Almost 2,500 residents across Aberdeen have been supported by an innovative new scheme to deal with non-medical issues.
An application has been made to take over the running of an Aberdeen GP practice.
A north-east GP practice which temporarily closed will now not reopen.
An Aberdeen doctor given a second chance after dishonestly taking home extra pay from her NHS job has now been accused of receiving cash she was not entitled to.
A north-east doctor’s surgery has been forced to close due to understaffing.
An event which will discuss the first female medical graduates of an Aberdeen university is to take place.
A kind-hearted doctor has organised the fourth Aberdeen A21 Walk For Freedom to raise awareness of the existence and scale of modern slavery in the world today.
A senior north-east medic has called spousal immigration rules a “human tragedy”.
They are the dedicated staff who have worked tirelessly to make sure patients receive the best healthcare possible.
A health chief has moved to reassure staff they will not be forced to work outside the north-east.
Demolition work could start this summer to make way for a new housing development for nurses and doctors in Aberdeen.
A doctor who lost his job working in Aberdeen has failed in an attempt to get back into the profession.
An Aberdeen university scheme is aiming to attract medical students into a career as a rural GP.
Being in hospital for a long time can get you down – but one patient got a welcome pick-me-up when his doctor danced for joy to celebrate his improving condition.
A new 24-hour service for NHS patients to contact a doctor via videolink on a smartphone has launched in London.
The number of vacancies for consultants and nurses in the North-east has increased.
Doctors and patients have a special relationship, one that is supposed to be free of judgment – but that isn’t always the case.
At least two GPs have quit a city surgery, leading to emergency cover being brought in.
A PLINTH is to be rededicated to a doctor on the site of a hospital he founded.