Health Secretary Shona Robison has signalled that the Scottish Government has no plans to merge NHS Grampian with the crisis-hit Tayside board.
Opposition MSPs have claimed the Scottish Government is struggling to meet a pledge to boost health visitor numbers after vacancy rates hit a three-year high.
Healthcare campaigners and charities were up in arms yesterday after it emerged a Peterhead hospital could close.
A chronic pain sufferer who waited nearly a year for a hospital appointment found out it was cancelled just hours before after NHS staff “forgot” to tell him.
Scottish ministers have been warned that north and north-east patients would suffer if local health boards were abolished and replaced with new “super-boards.”
NHS Grampian has insisted that charitable donations are not misused amid calls for a nationwide investigation into the Tayside financial scandal.
A series of events have been organised across Moray to shape the future of health care in the region.
NHS Grampian’s chief executive has been sent in to bail out crisis-hit Tayside amid a series of financial scandals.
A cash crisis in health and social care in Moray is looming with management facing a £4.6million budget black hole.
A former Sergeant with the Black Watch regiment says he has “no real quality of life” after being forced to wait more than a year for a routine operation.
New statistics suggest that more than a quarter of new mums in Scotland say they’ve been made to feel uncomfortable when breastfeeding in public.
Soaring drug prices will likely leave NHS Grampian millions of pounds over budget for prescriptions this year.
NHS Grampian has refused to rule out further cutbacks to services as the recruitment crisis in Moray continues.
The cost of overtime needed to cut waiting times in north-east hospitals and health centres has dropped by nearly half in the last year.
A summit has been arranged to draw up plans to offer “Move to Moray” incentive packages in a bid to attract health workers to the region.
Almost one in three NHS staff members were abused by patients while on the clock last year, according to shocking new figures.
Health Secretary, Shona Robison, claimed yesterday that NHS Grampian would be £50million worse off under Tory tax plans as she faced calls to apologise for the board’s performance.
A double amputee from Orkney suffering chronic pain has been told she would wait a year to see a consultant in Aberdeen.
Plans to transform an historic Aberdeen church into a bar and restaurant could move forward next week - with a bid made for a drinks licence.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has revealed that she quizzed north-east health chiefs about long waiting times experienced by the region’s chronic pain sufferers.
Patients in the north-east have branded attempts to cut waiting times for chronic pain sufferers a “scandal” after it emerged NHS Grampian has only spent a tiny proportion of funding allocated for the fight.
A MSP has held “constructive” talks with health bosses about recruitment issues on the children’s ward at Moray’s biggest hospital.
Heart patients in the north-east will soon no longer face 200-mile round trips for life-saving operations after local services improved.
Dozens of pupils from an Aberdeen school have been quarantined after an outbreak of a gastrointestinal infection.
Work on NHS Grampian’s £14.7million health and social care centre in Inverurie is on course to open this summer, despite recent disruptive weather.
Children’s services at Moray’s biggest hospital have been further scaled back after it emerged just three consultants were responsible for round-the-clock care.
Patients with cardiac conditions across the north-east have been forced to wait months to access life-saving technology because of 21 missing or broken heartbeat monitors.
New figures show that just 39% of young people are being treated by NHS Grampian for mental health problems within the target 18 weeks.
Campaigner for upgraded health centre in Moray believes blueprint could be example for Scotland to follow
A campaigner fighting for a new health centre in a Moray town believes the development could be the perfect model for other facilities across Scotland.
A sex-pest surgeon has avoided punishment after he forced himself upon a junior female colleague at a Moray hospital.
Campaigners fighting for a replacement health centre in a Moray town are rejoicing after NHS Grampian agreed to enter talks to buy land for a new building.
NHS Grampian said the weather continued to knock back some scheduled operations despite the best efforts of staff.