The public are being invited to help shape the future of two north-east hospitals.
A review is currently being carried out into all nine minor injury units across the region.
As part of that process, two events have been organised to discuss the future of Insch and Inverurie hospitals.
It comes after the public were asked their views on how the facilities could be improved earlier this year.
Now the Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership (AHSCP)’s integration joint board (IJB) are ready to share the results of the consultation.
Dr Lynda Lynch, chairwoman of the IJB, said: “It is great to see the next step in the review process come to fruition.
“At the June meeting of the IJB we were presented with a thorough and detailed report and I am excited to see that information and the future delivery options for the minor injury service being presented to local communities.”
As well as Insch and Inverurie, the review also covers sites at Aboyne, Huntly, Peterhead, Banff, Fraserburgh and Turriff.
In August it was revealed that patients made more than 275,000 visits to the units over the past six years.
However despite the important role of the minor injury units (MIUs), many are under financial pressures and have struggled with staffing, leading to downgrading of some services.
Councillor Anne Stirling, vice-chairwoman of the IJB, added: “Inverurie and Insch were identified as being the two MIUs most in need of change so I am delighted that the team behind the review are now able to engage with the community on their findings.”
The Insch event takes place at the Insch Institute on Rannes Street on Monday, from 3pm to 7pm.
The Inverurie event takes place upstairs at the Acorn Hall at the same time the following day.
Similar events will be held for the other units in the future.