More than 2,100 people attended accident and emergency services in the north-east last week.
The patient, who has not been named, died of a bowel condition suddenly at home around 48 hours after behind discharged from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
A new midwife facility welcomed six newborn babies in April.
PLANS have been approved to improve maternity and paediatric services at Moray’s flagship hospital.
Statistics reveal deaths within 30 days of being admitted to hospital, known as the hospital standard mortality ratio, fell between January to March 2014 and October to December 2018.
A deadly drug has a hand in a death every fortnight in the north-east, new figures show.
A north-east health board area has seen a drop in the number of cancelled operations.
Health chiefs in the north-east have rolled out new technology which will allow staff to communicate more efficiently.
The number of cancer diagnoses in the north-east has risen by nearly 900, new statistics show.
A study by an Aberdeen University lecturer is set to influence the information women are given before giving birth across the whole of the NHS.
NHS Grampian’s new chief executive has said funding to help tackle waiting times could be used to increase the number of theatre nurses.
NHS Grampian is in line to receive fresh funding in a bid to cut waiting times for people receiving medical procedures.
Almost 500 people failed to turn up for an appointment at an Aberdeen hospital in the past week.
Can you help? Aberdeen mental health centre seeking cash donations to help buy new toys for children
Donations are being sought to help purchase items to make a new mental health centre as child-friendly as possible.
New research has given guidance on the amount of antibiotics which can be safely provided without generating resistant superbugs.
A north-east MSP has hailed NHS Grampian’s decision to fund a full-time children’s cardiac nurse.
The patient, who later died and who has not been named, was in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Woodend Hospital between December 2016 and March 2017 while she had surgery to treat heart disease.
Members of the public are being given the chance to take part in a Come Dine With Me-themed initiative at an Aberdeen hospital.
Consultation events are to be held to build plans for north-east health hubs.
Concerns raised by medics over north-east toddlers’ development are well below the Scottish average, new figures reveal.
NHS Grampian has warned residents that surgery and pharmacy opening hours may be different over Easter weekend.
NHS Grampian has announced its new chief executive.
Statistics released by a north-east health board show that more than 40 babies were born in a midwives unit last month.
Almost 500 people booked appointments at north-east hospitals last week – then did not turn up or cancel.
A healthcare scientist is helping save lives more than 4,000 miles away by sending old defibrillators from the north-east to Ghana.
NHS Grampian's board were to be asked to approve the outline business case for a new £8.1 million health centre today.
NHS Grampian had the most cancelled operations for non-clinical reasons in the country, according to new figures.
A three-year project has stopped hundreds of patients being unnecessarily admitted to hospital – and saved NHS Grampian almost £3 million.
A doctor who lied about his work with a north-east health board has been struck off the medical register.
An Aberdeen pensioner has said he is a “new man” after becoming the first patient to receive pioneering heart treatment at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.