North-east mums will be able to access NHS infant feeding advice from the comfort of their own home via video calling.
A breast screening service supplied by NHS Grampian will soon commence in two North-east towns.
Nursing and midwifery vacancies in NHS Grampian are the highest in Scotland, according to government workforce figures.
Health boards across the country are being encouraged to follow the example of NHS Grampian regarding patient care.
NHS chiefs have said significant progress is being made on a £10 million car park at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Figures show number of people in North-east with dementia has risen by almost 3,000 over last ten years
The number of people living with dementia in the North-east has gone up by almost 3,000 compared to 10 years ago, new figures have shown.
NHS Grampian has been ordered to provide further training and supervision, after a health visitor failed to spot a baby had abnormal fluid on the brain.
Staff from NHS Grampian have been sharing their knowledge with an African country to help provide clean, safe births and improved maternal care.
Two GP practices caught up in a global cyber attack were open as normal today.
Two GP surgeries in the North-east have been infected with the same ransomware that has brought the NHS across Britain to its knees.
The number of planned operations cancelled at NHS Grampian has reduced by more than a quarter compared to last year.
Pregnant women are being encouraged to get immunised against whooping cough following an outbreak of the infectious disease.
An NHS kitchen boss who has overseen 156 million hospital meals and fed royalty is hanging up his whites after a five decade career.
NHS Grampian staff will be armed with a new weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistance.
GPS are missing opportunities to help diagnose cancer earlier in nearly 20% of North-east patients.
The number of people diagnosed with cancer in NHS Grampian has increased over the past 20 years.
NHS Grampian has just 2.7 full-time equivalent multiple sclerosis nurses for more than 2,000 patients in the region.
An appeal for crocheted octopuses to soothe newborn babies in Aberdeen is growing arms and legs.
Uptake of the five-in-one vaccine for infants up to 12 months in NHS Grampian remained above the recommended level in 2016.
Five options for the future use of a former North-east school site are to be discussed - with proposals including council offices or affordable housing.
A woman who has self-harmed for 12 years says she feels let down by mental health services in the region and fears "the next time will be the last".
A successful scheme that cuts the number of falls in care homes could be rolled out across the North-east.
The business case for a new £150 million hospital and cancer treatment centre in Aberdeen will be presented to the NHS Grampian board in August.
A push to recruit staff to NHS Grampian is proving successful - with interest in vacancies at the health board up in the past year.
Almost 400 new cases of HIV have been reported in the NHS Grampian area during the past decade.