Three new non-executive members are to join the board of crisis-hit NHS Highland – all with varying backgrounds, including policing, the nuclear industry and music.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman
An angry and distraught HIV sufferer is to sue NHS Highland after an email blunder exposed his details.
Healthcare revamp in Skye, Lochalsh and South-West Ross approved as Health Secretary visits islands medical facilities
Health secretary Jeane Freeman yesterday visited Skye and Lochalsh to meet with members of the community and clinicians to see first-hand the implementation of the Sir Lewis Ritchie Report.
Caithness patients are clocking up three million miles on the road each year to attend vital health appointments, according to campaigners.
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.
Health Secretary confirms state inquiry into alleged NHS Highland bullying culture due in coming weeks
The results of an independent inquiry into claims of a bullying culture within NHS Highland is due to be delivered in the coming weeks, the Cabinet Secretary for Health has confirmed.
The chairman of NHS Highland has resigned with immediate effect, the Scottish Government has said.
A new chief executive has been appointed at crisis-hit NHS Highland.
NHS Highland patients who claim to be victims will not be able to give evidence to a QC-led review into allegations of a bullying culture, it has emerged.
NHS Western Isles has stressed to patients that there have been no major changes to its Patient Escort Policy in the wake of campaigners launching a petition.
Health chiefs in Scotland have been urged to act amid growing concerns about an ongoing shortage of a life-saving medicine for severe allergic reactions.
Budding doctors from rural communities and disadvantaged backgrounds have been given the chance to study medicine after joining a pilot scheme at Aberdeen University.
Ministers have been warned that NHS finances in Scotland are not “sustainable” and urgent action must be taken to overhaul the way health services are run.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been criticised for refusing to meet a north-east campaign group battling for improved services for sufferers of a rare skin condition.
A suspected cancer sufferer in the Highlands has been waiting 289 days for treatment – the longest delay in Scotland.
NHS Grampian has been the worst performing health board in Scotland against a key waiting-time target for 15 consecutive months.
Campaigners have urged the Scottish Government to act on bed blocking after figures revealed it has risen by 10% in a year.
Highland MSP Gail Ross is calling on the newly appointed health secretary to visit Caithness to experience for herself the strain being placed on NHS patients and staff in the region.
NHS Highland is already predicted to need another £19 million bail-out – just two months into the new financial year.