Two women have been taken to hospital following a two-vehicle collision in Aberdeen.
Wales’s health minister has said he is “concerned” about the time it is taking ambulances to hand over patients to A&E departments.
Scheduled operations at Raigmore Hospital have been cancelled due to overwhelming demand for hospital beds.
In a poem once voted the nation’s favourite, Jenny Joseph contemplated the delights of pensioner freedom. “When I am an old woman, I shall wear purple, with a red hat which doesn’t go and doesn’t suit me,” she wrote in Warning, before listing exploits for the elderly that are more in keeping with Just William than granny gangsters – pressing alarm bells, picking flowers in other people’s gardens, learning to spit.
Thieves have been branded “cowardly” for stealing thousands of pounds worth of valuables from vulnerable people in hospitals across the north-east.
The driver involved in a one-vehicle road accident near Fladdabister on Saturday night remains in hospital in a “serious but stable condition”.
A female was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after being hit by a vehicle this evening.
Nurse tells trial she had to bar 85-year-old from hospital after he allegedly sexually assaulted patients
Nurses have told a court they were forced to bar an 85-year-old from a hospital ward after he allegedly sexually assaulted women there.
Police said two people were been taken to hospital after a crash on a major north-east road this evening.
Cleaners unable to properly disinfect NHS Grampian community hospitals due to their crumbling condition
The crumbling condition of community hospitals in the north-east is preventing cleaners from being able to disinfect them properly, a recent inspection has found.
The prospect of a new hospital in Lerwick is back on the agenda after a fresh admission that the Gilbert Bain is not fit for purpose.
The winners of Grampian Hospitals Art Trust’s first ever annual exhibition prize for new graduates have been announced.
Police are appealing for information following a serious car crash in Moray last night.
The Teapot Trust has launched a funding appeal to support the art-based therapy it undertakes with youngsters at the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
The room is stark, white and almost silent, as the occasional visitor pauses to admire the exhibits.
Ambulance team who saved life of Aberdeenshire bride gifted with special top tier of wedding cake in thanks
A bride-to-be who almost died after being struck down by sepsis a month before her big day has thanked the ambulance crew who saved her life by giving them a special slice of her wedding cake.
A motorcyclist is being taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary following a crash on a major north-east road this afternoon.
A walker was airlifted to hospital after falling at a ruined castle on Skye.
The parents of a teenager who took his own life are suing NHS Western Isles over claims of clinical negligence in their son's case.
Almost 70,000 NHS-funded operations have been carried out in private hospitals since 2007, it has emerged.
A multi-million pound upgrade to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been completed.
An Aberdeen hospital ward has been criticised for its inexperienced staff, cramped conditions and failure to get patients’ consent for medication.
Flooding at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary caused a power cut and forced some patients to be moved.
Plans to create an outdoor green area at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary have been submitted to the council in an effort to encourage people to walk to the hospital.
A woman driver has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after her vehicle left to road and hit a wall this morning.
A man found seriously injured in Elgin could have been involved in a collision with a vehicle.
Aberdeen pensioner spends 90th birthday in ‘hellish’ stay in Greek hospital amid travel insurance confusion
A pensioner who broke her hip while on holiday in Greece has been stuck in hospital for three weeks amid a travel insurance battle.
One man was airlifted and two others made it ashore after they ended up in the water on Loch Ness.
Two people were treated in hospital last night following a disturbance in the city centre.
Hundreds of NHS Grampian patients have been spared unnecessary hospital admissions as a result of a new project that has also saved the health board £3 million.
Little Harris Brown was left with an injury more commonly seen in car crash and child abuse victims - after playfully bouncing on his parents’ bed.
Aberdeen University researchers have claimed the use of disinfectants to clean hospitals and prevent the spread of infectious diseases should be regulated in a similar manner to how antibiotics are prescribed.