A mum has accused NHS Grampian of playing “Russian roulette” with her family.
Guidance teachers and classroom assistants are being trained to become therapists as part of a trial scheme to ease a growing mental health crisis.
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.
An independent team of health experts is due to visit Moray this week to help drive forward attempts to restore services at Dr Gray’s Hospital.
Inquiry launched after north-east pensioner claims health staff have abandoned her without plan for care
The family of a pensioner left immobile following a major operation have accused health chiefs of “blackmailing” them into looking after her at home.
Hopes for improved cancer care across the north as plans move ahead for multi-million-pound particle accelerator
NHS Grampian hope to use a new multi-million-pound particle accelerator to improve cancer care and more across the north of Scotland.
A hospital which closed due to staffing shortages may not open again - after it was deemed “financially unsustainable”.
Scores of new nurses will start work at a struggling city hospital in the coming weeks.
Youngsters in the north-east living with mental illness have far greater difficulty accessing treatment than anywhere else in the country.
Four nurses who decided to swap life Down Under for the north-east of Scotland have started work - with up to 50 more expected to follow them.
Fewer pregnant women will have to travel outwith Moray to give birth following the appointment of two new consultants at Dr Gray’s Hospital.
Ambulance workers in the north and north-east have moved a step closer to striking after nearly three-quarters backed industrial action in a ballot.
The first major milestone in the transformation of the north-east’s health service has been reached.
A taxi driver told yesterday how he drove a heavily pregnant woman 58 miles from her home in Moray to a hospital to give birth.
Health bosses have been warned that words must be “turned into action” to avoid the total collapse of an Aberdeen hospital.
An NHS Grampian facility has been forced to close its doors because of continuing staff shortages in Aberdeen.
Hospital transfer arrangements between hospitals condemned after Moray mum has to transport ‘seriously ill’ daughter herself
Transfer arrangements between two north-east hospitals set up because of a staff shortage have been condemned after it emerged a mum had to transport her seriously ill child 65 miles herself – only to be told she might not be admitted.
NHS Grampian has become the first health board in Scotland to develop a new hospital admissions scheme to help nurses develop better relationships with patients.
Almost nine out of every 10 pain patients in the north-east are now being “left to suffer” as they wait for treatment, it has emerged.
Health service campaigners in Moray have demanded action from NHS Grampian to prevent hospital transfers becoming more hazardous during the winter.
NHS Grampian has welcomed almost £1million in additional funding to cover health services this winter.
Moray Council’s attempts to appoint its convener to the board of NHS Grampian were blocked at a meeting yesterday.
NHS Grampian has been accused of plotting to spy on staff over plans to install controversial sensor devices at desks in several north-east offices.
A Moray hospital plagued with staffing issues is being forced to temporarily close, forcing the transfer of its current patients.
Doctors need to travel long distances to reach patients requiring out-of-hours care across the north-east due to a lack of cover in certain areas.
Health boards in the north and north-east are still struggling to attract nurses despite offering generous packages.
Cash strapped Moray Council paid £1.2 million for houses in Elgin only to leave them sitting empty after the Western Link Road project was aborted.
Health chiefs have bowed to pressure and are now committed to begin diagnosing adults with autism in the north-east.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been accused of failing to help NHS Grampian shape its plans to reinstate Moray’s maternity services.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has told NHS Grampian to get back around the table to resolve Moray’s maternity unit crisis.
NHS Grampian has been the worst performing health board in Scotland against a key waiting-time target for 15 consecutive months.
Services run by Health and Social Care Moray have already run more than £1million over budget in just three months.