Concerns raised by medics over north-east toddlers’ development are well below the Scottish average, new figures reveal.
Medicines for treating migraines, psoriasis and liver cancer have been approved for use by NHS Scotland.
Nearly one in five people diagnosed with cancer are waiting more than two months for treatment, the latest figures have revealed.
More than 100 people had been waiting over a year for orthopaedic treatment in Scotland at the end of 2018, Labour has revealed.
Waiting times for diagnosing suspected cancer patients are to be targeted in an action plan.
Nicola Sturgeon has denied Labour claims of a staffing crisis in the NHS, saying record numbers of people are employed in the Scottish health service.
Nearly 100,000 operations have been cancelled across Scotland’s NHS since 2016.
Patients in the north-east are waiting longer than 18 weeks after referral for chronic pain disorders according to new figures.
Nearly 400 patients waited more than six months for an appointment to deal with chronic pain, new figures show.
A record number of people are working for the NHS in Scotland but the number of vacancies for doctors, nurses and midwives have prompted claims of a “workforce crisis”.
A new screening service for those concerned about bowel cancer has been launched at a north-east hospital.
Women in the north-east are being advised not to ignore their cervical screening test invite.
NHS Scotland is planning to consolidate its IT systems into one in a move it hopes will cut waiting times and improve patient care.
Scotland’s first post-graduate course for doctors is an “accessible option” for those considering a career in medicine, the Health Secretary has said.
An MSP has called for the new Health Secretary to tackle chronic pain waiting times in the north-east – with just 11.2% of patients seen within an 18-week target.
The NHS has confirmed it will move into a new Aberdeen city centre office development before the end of the year.
A study led by Aberdeen University has found Scotland is leading the way in the care of hip-fracture patients.
The NHS and Royal Bank of Scotland are both eyeing a move into Marischal Square, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has remained below the national average on A&E waiting times for the fifth week in a row.
Inspectors found two patient trolleys “heavily contaminated with blood and faeces” on a visit to Scotland’s newest hospital.