The next generation of MRI scanning technology is being developed in the Granite City after a £600,000 donation from a charity with links to Aberdeen University.
An Aberdeen woman has spoken of her anguish after being forced to wait 17 months in pain for an operation.
During a debate on NHS facilities in the House of Commons Gordon MP Colin Clark praised Aberdeen University for its research into medical scanners.
An Aberdeen inventor who helped create one of the most revolutionary pieces of medical equipment in history has died aged 77.
NHS 70: It was ‘just another day’ for pioneering MRI scanner team as they made a breakthrough in history of medical science
One of the most revolutionary pieces of medical equipment was pioneered under NHS Grampian almost 40 years ago.
Health bosses have apologised after a woman went to an Aberdeen hospital and did not get the emergency treatment a watchdog said was needed.
Ever wondered how your mouth moves when you are speaking?
A new wearable device could revolutionise the diagnosis of brain tumours and heart disease – and could even potentially read minds.
A typhoid outbreak, endorphins and the world’s first MRI scanner are some of the North-east milestones being marked as the NHS in Scotland turns 70.
A group of patients in Aberdeen have become the first in the world to be scanned using a unique MRI technology.
The Aberdeen designer of a game-changing medical invention today spoke of his pride that a prototype machine is to go on display at the National Museum of Scotland.
THE stories of Aberdeen's heroes are set to be brought to life at as part of a city festival.