Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has claimed the Scottish Government is failing to reassure rural patients that the GP shortage is being tackled.
European staff in the health service will be supported to stay in Scotland regardless of the outcome of Brexit, Jeane Freeman has said.
The head of a Scottish Government task force has acknowledged doctors’ fears that the new GP contract is damaging to rural areas, the health secretary has said.
Widow and Frank’s Law campaigner Amanda Kopel has said she hopes “no promises are broken” on the eve of the legislation’s introduction.
Free personal care will be available regardless of age or income from Monday when Frank’s Law comes into force.
Waiting times for diagnosing suspected cancer patients are to be targeted in an action plan.
A health board has contacted nearly 200 patients who had heart surgery at an Edinburgh hospital in the last six months over infection fears.
Communication between infection control doctors and nurses at a hospital where several patients died was not good, a Holyrood committee has been told.
Retired doctors are to return to work in an attempt to relieve the rural hospital recruitment crisis.
Legislation is being introduced to protect Scottish residents who access cross-border healthcare in Europe in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Inspectors have raised concerns about cleanliness and infection prevention at Scotland’s flagship hospital.
The chairman of troubled NHS Highland resigned yesterday - and was swiftly followed out the door by the board's medical director.
MSPs were told yesterday that funding for NHS Grampian has been £239million short of its official target over the last decade.
A loan scheme for GPs to borrow interest-free money to help run their surgeries has been given another £20 million in funding from the Scottish Government.
Politicians have criticised beleaguered north health bosses’ "disappointing" decision to postpone NHS Highland's annual review.
A call has been made for NHS payments to a failed clinical waste contractor to be diverted to workers who were let go at Christmas without wages.
A patient has died after a bacterial outbreak at a hospital near Glasgow.
Scotland's health secretary has been told she must make time to visit Moray and guide efforts to repair the region's health service.
Cervical cancer claims many lives among young women across the north of Scotland every year.
The Scottish health secretary has said she does not believe reports that nearly half of the country’s hospitals have not been inspected for safety or cleanliness.
The health secretary has pledged to work with NHS Highland to secure a better deal for patients splashing out “extortionate fees” to watch television at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has announced the intake of its latest cohort of midwifery students on a revamped course in a bid to meet the needs of communities across the north of Scotland.
Bed blocking has cost the NHS more than £500 million since Nicola Sturgeon became First Minister, according to Scottish Labour research.
Health chiefs have been urged to provide guarantees that the north-east's neo-natal unit will not be downgraded as part of a nationwide review.
The health secretary has admitted pregnant women in Moray are the victims of “poor” communication after she heard many don’t know where they are going to give birth.
The “bullying culture” in NHS Highland should have been challenged earlier by the Scottish Government, it has been claimed.
A Highlands MSP has urged the Scottish Government to ensure lessons are learned from the staffing shortages that led to the downgrading of Moray’s maternity unit.
The Scottish Government has pledged £80million to upgrade every health service computer in the country.
The extent to which the north and north-east’s hospitals are falling behind the rest of Scotland has been laid bare in a new report.
The Scottish Government has announced plans to improve ambulance cover in Moray.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has told NHS Grampian to get back around the table to resolve Moray’s maternity unit crisis.
NHS Grampian given a two week deadline to submit formal plans for the return of consultant-led service at Dr Gray’s Hospital
NHS Grampian have been given two weeks to submit plans on how they will reintroduce a consultant-led maternity service at Dr Gray’s Hospital.