NHS Grampian has the second-lowest rate of adults registered with an NHS dentist in Scotland, new figures have shown.
NHS Grampian is managing to “recruit easily” to posts within its Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, despite previous challenges, its clinical director has claimed.
Key figures in the licensing industry will attend a conference in Aberdeen this month.
An independent review into Aberdeen’s new maternity hospital and cancer centre has concluded that costs have spiralled by around £50 million.
A mobile breast screening service will be based in a north-east town for three months.
NHS Grampian has been credited with leading the way on promoting LGBT discussions around its hospitals.
Thousands of baby boxes have been handed out to parents-to-be in the north-east.
Last year Lynda and Darren Cunningham welcomed in 2019 at the top of Bennachie, watching the fireworks on the horizon.
NHS Grampian has spent an extra £1.2 million on coping with increased demand due to colder weather in winter – on top of £1m the board spent a year ago.
North-east patients have had to travel hundreds of miles for specialist treatment – according to new figures.
A north-east charity which provides a delivery service for the NHS has seen the number of jobs it carries out rise by almost 800% since last year.
The first images have been released of a £56.3 million elective care centre planned for an Aberdeen hospital.
Patients and staff have been welcomed into a newly refurbished hospital ward.
NHS Grampian's finance chief today claimed the board is “confident” of meeting a key Scottish Government target by the end of next year for children and young people requiring mental health support.
An Aberdeen firm has become the latest to sign up to support a new charity art trail in the north-east.
More than 20% of cancer patients in the north-east are having to wait more than 62 days to begin treatment, it has been revealed.
NHS Grampian’s finance boss has admitted the health board’s “single biggest challenge” is their continued use of agency and locum staff.
More than 80% of people who attended accident and emergency at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) this month have been seen within four hours, new figures have shown.
More than four in 10 chronic patients are waiting longer than 18 weeks to be treated, new figures have revealed.
NHS Grampian carried out more than 3,500 extra operations in the first 10 months of 2019, new data has revealed.
NHS Grampian has launched the next phase of its mouth cancer awareness campaign with a special taxi cab.
NHS Grampian will move forward with plans for a “greatly needed” mortuary to replace facilities built before the outbreak of the Second World War.
Health bosses were today to discuss proposals to build a new mortuary as they look to replace facilities that have been in place since the 1930s.
Health chiefs have told how a new £400,000 treatment device is cutting waiting times and saving hours of surgeons’ time each month.
New statistics for 2018/19 have revealed 30,202 patients signed up with health service specialists and that includes 8,534 children.
There were more than 5,000 registered attempts to quit smoking in the north-east last year, according to NHS figures.
NHS Grampian is the worst in the country for making sure patients are treated within 18 weeks of referral, according to new figures.
The number of HIV diagnoses in the north-east has fallen for the second year in a row, according to NHS figures.
A health board has apologised to a patient who was left incontinent following an operation without being told that was a risk.
Residents are being asked to give their views on health services in the area based on their personal experiences.