More than 500 people failed to turn up for hospital appointments last week – and did not bother to call to cancel.
Royal Aberdeen Childrens Hospital
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.
Time is running out to bag yourself a brand new set of wheels this Christmas – with the competition set to close on December 24.
A homeless man’s dog attacked and bit a woman and a police officer outside Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
A children's charity is hosting a popular festive attraction while raising funds.
More than 450 people failed to show up for scheduled medical appointments in the north-east last week.
More than one in ten kids did not show up for a hospital appointment in a single week – and their parents did not call to cancel.
An Aberdeen hospital has backed a campaign aiming to raise awareness of childhood cancers.
An Aberdeen hospital has seen more than 1,100 people visit its emergency department in the last week.
More than 600 people failed to show up at hospital appointments in the north-east last week – and did not call to cancel.
One in 10 people booking appointments at an Aberdeen hospital are not showing up – and do not bother to cancel.
More than 1,000 people attended Aberdeen’s emergency department in the space of a week, the latest figures have shown.
An exhibition showcasing the artistic talents of sick children in Aberdeen has been hailed.
A popular Scottish television and theatre actor is set to host a charity ball in Aberdeen.
A mum is preparing to launch a charity in her daughter’s name, a year after her tragic death from cancer aged just five.
An exhibition showcasing the artistic talents of sick children in Aberdeen has opened its doors to the public.
Art created by sick children will be shown in a gallery in Aberdeen city centre.
Green-fingered volunteers are ready to roll up their sleeves to spruce up an Aberdeen hospital’s garden – but they need some help.
An Aberdeen children’s hospital charity is set to benefit from the support of a ferry company.
North-east Charities urge people to take bite at Big Apple marathon to help raise cash for sick kids
Two north-east charities are calling on runners to step up for a marathon in the Big Apple.
A health board has released weekly figures which show a slight reduction in the number of people attending A&E.
North-east hospitals have published data on services provided during one week.