Little Holly Shepherd was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma a few weeks ago and is currently on her second course of chemotherapy at Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
Royal Aberdeen Childrens Hospital
A child bereavement charity has opened a new office in Aberdeen children’s hospital.
A documentary series focusing on Aberdeen’s children’s hospital has been praised.
Almost 600 people failed to attend north-east hospital appoints last week – and did not phone to cancel.
A doctor accused of breaching a rule at an Aberdeen hospital has been cleared by a tribunal of any wrongdoing.
A doctor has admitted failing to tell colleagues about an incident at a children’s hospital.
Aberdeen will welcome thousands of visitors as the city prepares to say final farewells to its Oor Wullie sculptures.
Almost 90% of people who attended accident and emergency at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) were seen within four hours, new figures have shown.
A new documentary going behind the scenes at Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital is to air this month.
A tribunal is set to be held over allegations an Aberdeen doctor failed to disclose to his supervisor his involvement in an “adverse incident” at a children’s hospital.
Four new additions to a fundraising art trail have been revealed to young hospital patients in the north-east.
Five prominent residents of the north-east’s flagship hospital have returned home following a stay at a historic castle.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 15-year-old girl was struck by a car on a north-east road.
The scale of horrific injuries caused by animals over the past four years have been revealed – including one where someone had to have part of their head amputated.
More than 540 patients failed to turn up for scheduled appointments at three north-east hospitals in the past week.
More than 2,100 people attended accident and emergency services in the north-east last week.
An Aberdeen man has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after his dog bit a woman and a police officer outside a hospital.
A talented Aberdeen student who planned to move to America to get engaged to his sweetheart has died, aged 22.
A dedicated member of NHS staff has hung up her apron after spending more than four decades cooking food for the sick.
A north-east dad is hoping to be the first person to complete a solo 2,000-mile row to raise £50,000 for the hospital which helped his son.
More than 500 people failed to turn up for hospital appointments last week – and did not bother to call to cancel.
NHS Grampian has released its latest patient statistics.
A jury will today meet to decide the fate of an Aberdeen babysitter accused of shaking an infant in her care and placing the child’s life “at risk”.
An Aberdeen babysitter accused of shaking an infant in her care wept as she gave evidence at her own trial, insisting “I could never harm a child”.
Six-month-old Ollie Murray, from Mastrick, was born with a cleft lip, three holes in his heart and one kidney. He also has the genetic condition CHARGE syndrome and failed his hearing tests.
Doctors feared a critically ill baby might have been deliberately harmed the moment she arrived at hospital in a “floppy and blue” state.
The Aberdeen mother of an infant left with severe injuries in an alleged attack by her babysitter was chastised by nurses in the days after for sleeping in the same bed as her.
One of the highlights will be an eight-part documentary exploring the lives of patients and staff at the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
A north-east children’s charity has received a cash boost.
Figures for the number of people who attended north-east hospitals over the festive period have been released by a health board.