Staffing at two recruitment-troubled Aberdeen GP surgeries is improving after months of managerial upheaval.
Carden Medical Centre will soon boast a full complement of doctors, nine months after partners announced they would end their agreement with NHS Grampian to run the health centre.
The health board took over at the surgery at the start of May, with Aberdeen City Health And Social Care Partnership (ACHSCP) overseeing the day-to-day services provided to around 9,000 registered patients.
Members of Aberdeen’s integration joint board (IJB) will next week hear details of Carden’s “successful transition” to NHS management.
A report due before the scrutiny body also highlights new found “stability” at Torry Medical Practice.
Health and social care bosses took on its management in July when doctors, plagued by recruitment issues, withdrew from their contract.
The search for replacements is ongoing but one clinical lead GP has been brought in.
The Oscar Road practice caters for around 7,500 patients.