An Aberdeen pensioner called Aberdeen Royal Infirmary the "worst" in Scotland after having to wait 16 months for an operation.
Developments have been made to try and secure the future of one of the most historical buildings in Forres.
Drivers responsible for transporting vital and life-saving equipment around the north-east are to be balloted by a union amid claims bullying at NHS Grampian is making ‘life not worth living’.
A local social enterprise that up-cycles discarded wood has received a £20,000 funding boost.
An Aberdeen medical practice will be run directly by health bosses after doctors expressed no interest in taking it over.
NHS Grampian chief executive Amanda Croft has admitted that the 12-week target for all patients to be seen by an orthopaedic consultant will not be met until March next year.
Chronic pain campaigners in the north-east have called for a "change of attitude" from the Scottish Government to tackle an appointment backlog.
Health bosses in Moray have been pressed to provide updates on when the region’s biggest hospital can be restored to full strength.
NHS Grampian patients locked into controversial bedside TV service until 2027, while contract with NHS Highland runs out next week
A controversial hospital bed television service will cease at NHS Highland sites next week – but will remain for NHS Grampian patients for the next seven years due to a lengthy contract agreement signed more than a decade ago.
A new eye clinic at Moray’s biggest hospital has saved patients from travelling to Aberdeen for nearly 3,000 appointments.
Health boards in northern Scotland carried out 88 reviews into blunders which caused harm to patients last year – including at least four which involved a death.
A grieving Aberdeen mother who claims the NHS failed her five-year-old daughter is preparing to step up her fight for new safety protocols.
NHS Grampian’s eating disorders unit has received more than 100 admissions in the last five years, it has emerged.
More than 45 million hours have been lost due to under-pressure NHS staff across Scotland going off sick.
North-east health bosses have revealed a £50million overhaul of their laboratory technology, which will benefit patients for at least the next 10 years.
Detailed plans have been submitted for a new £56million care centre in Aberdeen.
Health campaigners in Moray have accused management of “wasting a year” amid fears that maternity services have deteriorated despite promises of progress.
New scanner facilities for Moray’s biggest hospital have moved a step closer after the Scottish Government approved initial plans.
Hundreds of children are being taken to hospital after self-harming - prompting renewed calls for the Scottish Government to do more to curb "unacceptable" mental health waiting times in Grampian.
NHS Grampian bosses yesterday admitted they must "do better" after it emerged the board’s performance on cancer treatment waits has worsened.
Parents have called for an Aberdeen school to close early for Christmas after many of its students were affected by norovirus.
A pair of city barbers gave up their day off to give a free festive trim to patients at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay is facing calls to end NHS Grampian “underfunding”, with the Tories claiming the health board has missed out on £165 million under the SNP administration.
Dozens of NHS payroll staff in the Highlands or Grampian could face "redeployment" under fresh plans to merge services.
A "sense of hopelessness" amidst food poverty and benefit woes could be driving an increase in those seeking help with their mental health.
A row has erupted after an SNP leaflet in Aberdeen used the official NHS Grampian logo next to the words "not for sale".
NHS Grampian signs £1 million agency nurses contract amid warnings staff shortages ‘simply can’t go on’
North-east health bosses have penned a near-million-pound deal to help plug long-standing nursing shortages this winter.
Police officers, nurses and support workers have teamed up to help people sleeping rough during the winter months.
Today's board meeting will also discuss the accessibility of mental health services.
The director of public health at NHS Grampian has highlighted the need to tackle obesity in the north-east.
Significant investment is to be made in new mortuary facilities for the north-east and northern isles to ensure "dignity for the deceased".
A report on NHS Grampian's performance will be discussed today, taking in A&E waiting times and discharge rates.