Dozens of new homes could be built near a major north-east hospital in an effort to attract more health workers to the region.
There have been shortage of problems for NHS Grampian bosses in recent years.
A diabetic pensioner claims he was forced to travel 226 miles around Aberdeenshire seeking treatment after losing the sight in his left eye.
The NHS Organ Donor Register is marking its 25 year milestone.
North-east children will receive their flu vaccinations within a matter of weeks after a national issue caused thousands to be delayed.
Man whose surgery left him on medication ‘for the rest of his life’ loses NHS Grampian legal challenge
A man who will require medication “for the rest of his life” after suffering side-effects from surgery has lost a legal battle with NHS Grampian.
Scotland’s first minister has reaffirmed the Scottish Government’s commitment to restoring maternity services at Moray’s biggest hospital – but insisted that safety must come first.
Tens of thousands of missed appointments are 'wasting' already stretched NHS Grampian resources.
A high-tech computer system has replaced traditional bedside charts at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Thieves have been branded “cowardly” for stealing thousands of pounds worth of valuables from vulnerable people in hospitals across the north-east.
The Queen’s former surgeon in Scotland, who accused NHS Grampian of unfair dismissal, has won his case at an employment tribunal.
NHS Grampian has warned that meeting its target of restoring maternity services to Moray’s biggest hospital by April is becoming a “growing challenge”.
NHS Grampian ploughs extra £1 million into action plan to free up hospital beds and keep A&E departments moving this winter
NHS Grampian will plough an extra £1 million into an action plan designed to help hospitals cope with a surge in demand over the winter.
NHS Grampian has revealed the scheduled supply of children's flu vaccines has been delayed.
A Speyside hospital will close for overnight stays later this month due to a staffing crisis that has resulted in exhausted staff working through breaks and extra hours to cover gaps.
The radiology department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been praised for its innovative work.
Calls have been made to improve awareness of a deadly and often misunderstood condition that, according to the NHS, kills in Scotland every four hours.
A travelling delegation of medics has praised an opportunity to learn from the "knowledgeable" staff at the major trauma centre (MTC) in Aberdeen.
Health bosses have warned that action is needed now to cope with an aging workforce at Moray’s biggest hospital.
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.
Poorly pensioners are paying “hugely unfair” prices to watch TV in their hospital beds - because NHS Grampian is locked into a contract signed more than a decade ago.
The surge in NHS Grampian tranquilliser-related hospital admissions is part of a “highly disturbing” trend in the fake drugs black market, a UK Government minister has said.
NHS Grampian has been given six months to review its “unreasonable” treatment of adults with ADHD.
A Nazi refugee who went on to create a medical unit in Aberdeen has died at the age of 100.
Carole Clarke says no two days are the same in her job as a hospital chaplain.
The top council and NHS officials in the north and north-east slashed their total expenses bill by more than £11,000 last year.
A public health alert has been issued to hundreds of ferry passengers after it emerged a passenger was diagnosed with measles.
The number of "winter deaths" plummeted in the north and north-east last year as the area bounced back from a "staggering" spike in fatalities in 2017/18.
Women are being urged to come forward to be screened for breast cancer, despite new figures showing those in the north and north-east of Scotland are the most likely to do so.
The Scottish Government was under growing pressure to take action last night after it signalled that plans to finally restore full maternity services in Moray could be derailed.
In her monthly column Susan Webb, director of public health for NHS Grampian, talks about the signs of a stroke
NHS Grampian spent more than £16million hiring doctors from agencies to cover gaps in just one year, new figures have revealed.