A north-east man who has had to wait more than a year for treatment for a painful condition has finally been given an appointment – after writing to Nicola Sturgeon.
An expert in chronic pain has said shock figures which revealed three people had died before accessing treatment are just a small part of a grim picture.
Staff shortages at NHS Grampian have seen some hospitals’ ability to perform operations slashed by almost one-third in just two years.
This week, the P&J reported the shocking statistic that three chronic pain sufferers died while waiting for specialist treatment in the NHS Grampian area.
Shock new figures have shown that three chronic pain sufferers died while waiting to be seen by specialists.
NHS Grampian increased spending on controversial homeopathic treatments as NHS England abandoned them.
Scotland’s network of major trauma centres (MTCs) will go live this October, with the Aberdeen unit expected to be the first to open.
The man who steered NHS Grampian out of its most turbulent period in history is to retire, threatening to plunge the board into disarray once more.
The head of hosted mental health at NHS Grampian has warned some services will be in for a “tricky” summer as a staff shortage continues to take its toll.
NHS Grampian's chief executive has announced he is retiring later this year.
A charity boss has slammed a north-east GP surgery claiming he was refused treatment while he struggled to breathe.
NHS staff shortages were branded “increasingly concerning” last night after it emerged almost 800 nurse and midwife jobs are unfilled in the north and north-east.
A poll has opened to name new Aberdeen hospital unit but the six options are set in stone to avoid another Boaty McBoatface
A public vote has opened to name a new unit being created at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary to help free up beds.
NHS Grampian has been the worst performing health board in Scotland against a key waiting-time target for every month of the last year.
Health boards in the north of Scotland are falling behind when it comes to offering support to people diagnosed with dementia, it has emerged.
They are as Scottish as tartan, bagpipes and Highland cows.
Health campaigners in Moray are “reassured” that there are long-term plans in place to reduce the reliance on junior doctors in the region.
NHS Grampian to issue formal apology to patient who faced ‘unreasonably delay’ for neurological treatment
NHS Grampian will issue a formal apology to a woman for an “unreasonable delay” in providing her neurological treatment said to have lowered her chance of recovery.
Dementia experts have claimed that smaller hospitals should do more to ensure a friendly environment for sufferers.
NHS Grampian has been forced to apologise after staff failed to provide adequate care to a dying man.
A new university course has been created to help the NHS tackle the mounting challenges posed by an ageing population.
Critics have claimed the Scottish Government’s health service funding system is “failing” the north-east.
Staffing problems are hampering efforts to improve healthcare at Moray’s flagship hospital causing a “knock-on effect” on the services provided, it was claimed yesterday.
An Aberdeen mother has claimed NHS Grampian put her child’s life at risk by failing to diagnose a potentially fatal tumour the size of an egg.
The number of children using anti-depressants in the north-east has rocketed in recent years.
More than 15,000 patients are expected to benefit from a £7.6 million health centre which will open its doors in Aberdeen today.
Expectant mothers could be facing a 68-mile detour to give birth due to a shortage of midwives in Aberdeen.
A decorated north-east scientist has been honoured with a prestigious award for his work.
Fiona Musk is accustomed to finding herself immersed in pictures, posters, old artefacts and quirky memorabilia in her life as an archivist with NHS Grampian.
The Scottish Government has been urged to take urgent action to address bed-blocking after it emerged the problem cost health boards in the north and north-east £23 million last year.
A struck-off Aberdeen doctor who scored badly on competence tests has had his bid to start working again rejected by medical chiefs.
The parents of a little girl with complex needs claim they have faced a long-running battle to get adequate care because she has been “neglected” by health professionals.