A damning report into bullying at NHS Highland has exposed evidence of staff considering suicide and suffering depression, alcoholism and drug abuse.
Chief executive Iain Stewart
NHS Highland bullying scandal: Health chief warns staff inquiry findings make for ‘difficult’ reading
The new chief of crisis-hit NHS Highland has admitted bullying exists within the health authority ahead of the findings from a QC-led inquiry being revealed today in the Scottish Parliament.
The new chairman of crisis-hit NHS Highland has pledged to “internally mobilise" its "army” of staff to help tackle the “daunting task” of reshaping the organisation.
NHS Highland is being urged to commission an independent inquiry into maternity services provided for women in the far north.
NHS Highland chief executive visits Skye, Lochalsh and Raasay as progress of Ritchie report monitiored
The newly-appointed chief executive of NHS Highland yesterday visited communities in Skye and Lochalsh to hear first hand their concerns over health provision in the area.
NHS Highland has vowed to learn lessons which emerge from an internal probe into Caithness twins who were born 50 miles apart.
Nursing cover on a remote Highland island is to be reinstated after a long-fought four-year campaign – sparking hope for improved healthcare across other rural Highland communities.
The new boss of beleaguered NHS Highland yesterday revealed plans to overhaul his senior management team and controversially create a new depute chief executive post – as it faces another massive multi-million pound shortfall and a bullying scandal.
New staff will be recruited by NHS Highland after securing an extra £2million funding to cut waiting times.
The new Highland health chief has pledged a three-pronged approach to tackle the crisis-hit authority – with the bullying scandal at the top of his agenda.
A new chief executive has been appointed at crisis-hit NHS Highland.